The music scene in Buffalo, from 1950 through 1964, was certainly hopping, at a time when AM radio was still king, and colorful deejays took to the airwaves to captivate this city (and America).
Now a book by Bob and Terri Skurzewski titled “No Stoppin’ This Boppin’ – Let The Good Times Roll” has been re-released, much to the excitement of those who never got a chance to grab a copy the first time around.
The book recounts the magical post-war America era of star-studded, hit-making groups, singers, songwriters and musicians, and the deejays that played the tunes that allowed Buffalo to doo-wop with the best of them.
The book tells the stories about the stations, and the antics behind the scenes. For those who are curious about the broadcast industry, the history of music, and the people who brought it all to life, “No Stoppin’ This Boppin’ – Let The Good Times Roll” is an excellent resource.
Visible Imagination Press is proud to announce the re-release of Bob and Terri Skurzewski’s book, “No Stoppin’ This Boppin’ – Let The Good Times Roll.” To kick off the re-release, a book-signing event with the Elma, N.Y., authors will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 11, at Dog Ears Bookstore & Café, 688 Abbott Road, Buffalo.
Published by Visible Imagination Press, books can be purchased online at www.Amazon.com. Several local bookstores and retailers also carry this title, including Talking Leaves, Dog Ears Bookstore, Vidler’s 5 & 10, Marilla Country Store and Rust Belt Books. It is also available at the Buffalo History Museum and Elma Museum.
For more information, please visit www.BuffaloOffAir.com or email the authors at BuffaloOffAir@aol.com. You can also follow No Stoppin’ This Boppin’ on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NoStoppinThisBoppin/ for frequent updates.