the late '50s in Center City, Philadelphia, local vocal coach,
Artie Singer, whose student Johnny
Madara had recorded Singer's song, "Be My Girl,"
hooked up with the singer to record a song written by Madara
and partner Dave White through his small Philly label, Singular
Records, called "Do The Bop." This would later be
changed to "At The Hop" and become a classic in
Rock and Roll History.