Doo-Wop Music Doc 'Street Light Harmonies' to Feature Brian Wilson, Lance Bass
'Jersey Boys' producer Tim Headington will produce the documentary.
Street Light Harmonies will focus on music and influential musicians that defined doo-wop.
The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson and Al Jardine, NSYNC's Lance Bass, and The Flamingos' Terry Johnson will participate in the doc that is being directed by Brent Wilson.
The doc will be a combination of restored archival footage and present-day interviews with musicians and music producers, including La La Brooks (The Crystals), Eddie Rich (The Swallows), Leon Hughes (The Coasters), Scherrie Payne (The Supremes), Florence LaRue (Fifth Dimension) and Ron Dante (The Archies)
“Street Light Harmonies is an inspiring reminder that music is far bigger than any one hit song and how it connects us all,” says producer Tim Headington, who also produced Clint Eastwood's Jersey Boys. “It’s a timeless conversation connecting our musical past to our future.”
Tango Entertainment, Hatcreek Films and Footnote Films are financing and producing the music doc, the worldwide rights to which will be represented by Submarine Entertainment.