Otosclerosis meets the Falsetto

In the late 1950s and early 1960s musical groups in cities all over the US were singing Doo-Wop songs and jazzing up old songs.  While most of these singing groups folded and the people went their separate ways, while some actually hit the “big time” and became famous.  One person that seemed to be one…

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Rock N’ Roll Hoochie Coochie!

Noise has long been a known source of hearing impairment.  Music, while loud, was traditionally not considered that much of a risk but when our favorite rockers began to experience hearing loss the very same music that we all enjoy became a professional hazard plaguing musicians. Not only the music, but the crowds, blowing up drum sets, fireworks, and other bizarre…

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