The Rockabilly Legends: A Tribute to My Friends 165-minute feature documentary takes you on a unique journey from Rockabilly roots in the Depression-Era cotton fields of Arkansas, Tennessee and Texas, into the southern juke joints, honky-tonks, recording studios and rural churches, and onto the world’s stage as it gives birth to Rock ‘n’ Roll. The compelling story is told by the pioneering legends themselves—Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Buddy Holly, Buddy Knox, Gene Vincent, Johnny Horton, Bob Luman, Charlie Rich, The Johnny Burnette Trio and more. The documentary features a cinematic treasury of vintage live performances from the Fifties Rock and Roll legends, classic photographs and never-before-broadcast interviews with the legends, as well as exclusive commentary from friends, family, musicians and producers of the founding fathers of Rockabilly. Immerse yourself in the story of the birth of Rock and Roll through Rockabilly.
The three-hour feature television documentary, The Rockabilly Legends: A Tribute to My Friends, is hosted by Jerry Naylor and award-winning radio and television host, Red Robinson. The story is masterfully narrated by game show pioneer and television icon Wink Martindale.