Everly Brothers - Harmonies from Heaven

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Airs Monday, June 18th at 9:30p, Tuesday, June 19th at 2:30a & 3:30p on WVIA-TV​

THE EVERLY BROTHERS – HARMONIES FROM HEAVEN tells the story of Phil and Don Everly, two of the most important and influential early rock ’n’ roll stars of the 1950s and ’60s. Featuring new interview footage with surviving brother Don and archival interviews with Phil, the film delves into their relationship with Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, the songwriting team who wrote many of their early hits, including their first million-seller “Bye Bye Love.” The program also features interviews with those inspired by the Everly Brothers, including Art Garfunkel, Keith Richards, Graham Nash, Dave Edmunds, Tim Rice, and Albert Lee, and highlights their influence on younger generations of artists. Performances include versions of “Bye Bye Love,” “Cathy’s Clown,” “All I Have to Do Is Dream,” “Wake Up Little Susie,” “Bird Dog,” “(Til) I Kissed You,” “So Sad (to Watch Good Love Go Bad),” “Let It Be Me,” and many more.

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