Eagle Rock EntertainmentThe clear, tight-knit harmonies and infectious songs of the pioneering rock ‘n’ roll act The Everly Brothers captivated music fans and influenced droves of artists, including The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel and The Hollies. Now, a new documentary about the sibling duo called Harmonies from Heaven will be released as a home video in multiple formats on September 9.

The film, which premiered on U.K. television earlier this year, includes extra footage that didn’t appear in the broadcast version and a bonus DVD containing a previously unreleased full-length concert performance recorded in Sydney, Australia, in 1968.

Harmonies from Heaven follows the story of Don and Phil Everly, from their childhood success as stars of their father’s radio show to their years as pop idols during the late 1950s and early 1960s, and beyond. The movie features new interviews with Don Everly and archival interviews with Phil, who passed away in January 2014. It also boasts conversations with a variety of famous artists who were inspired by the Everlys, including Keith Richards, Art Garfunkel, Graham Nash, Dave Edmunds and award-winning lyricist Tim Rice.

The documentary also looks at The Everly Brothers’ fruitful partnership with the married songwriting team of Felice and Boudleaux (pr: BOOD-low) Bryant, who wrote such classic tunes as “Bye Bye, Love,” “Wake Up, Little Susie,” “All I Have to Do Is Dream,” “Bird Dog,” “Devoted to You” and “Love Hurts.”

Harmonies from Heaven will be released as a two-DVD set, a DVD/Blu-ray collection and a digital download.

Here is the track list of the concert DVD included with the release — Live at Chequers Nightclub, Sydney:

“Lucille”
“Walk Right Back”
“Susie Q”
“Wake Up Little Susie”
“Cathy’s Clown”
“All I Have to Do Is Dream”
“Bye Bye Love”
“So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)”
“Bowling Green”
“(Til) I Kissed You”
“Bird Dog”
“Let It Be Me”
“Be-Bop-A-Lula”
“Kentucky”

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