This is Bill Anderson’s first-ever DVD. It features performances of many of his biggest hits, including “Still,” “Wild Week-End,” “I Love You Drops,” and “The Tips of My Fingers.” The DVD also contains three songs not previously recorded by Bill: “Orange Blossom Special,” “Wreck Of The Old 97” and “May You Never Be Alone.”
This is Johnny Tillotson’s first official DVD. It features a collection of performances of his biggest hits, including “Poetry In Motion,” “It Keeps Right On A-Hurtin’,” and “Heartaches By The Number.”
Keith Emerson is hailed as a keyboard legend. He is known as one of the most prominent leaders in the progressive rock movement, fusing rock ‘n’ roll with a myriad of musical styles, such as classical, jazz and world music.
Marc Bonilla has played guitar and toured with Toy Matinee as well as recording two critically acclaimed guitar instrumental albums. For over a decade he has composed and performed for numerous television shows such as Justified, The PJ’s and 90210 as well as major motion pictures including Iron Man 2, The Replacements, Scorpion King, and Falling Down, collaborating with such notables as James Newton Howard, John Debney, Joel McNeely and Snuffy Walden, and receiving an Emmy award nomination in 2001 for his score for David Milch’s Big Apple.
Grammy-winning, international singing star Petula Clark, the most successful female vocalist to emerge from the musical British Invasion of the United States in the 1960s, racked up an impressive string of hit records, including the number one smash, “Downtown.” In 1968, she starred in her first American TV special Petula, featuring Harry Belafonte.
A Night In The Ozarks was filmed live at a Salem, Missouri farmhouse, welcoming the audience into their living room as the boys rehearse for a show. We see The Dillards family and friends’ spirited live performances of their best-known songs.