The Everly Brothers Harmonies From Heaven
The Everly Brothers - Harmonies From Heaven with Don Everly himself telling their incredible story, giving viewers his own unique perspective on the brothers’ music, life, and success. Don and Phil, arguably the greatest harmony singers of all time, began as childhood musicians performing hymns and country songs as part of The Everly Family on their father’s radio shows in Shenandoah, Iowa.
Following their move to Nashville, the film looks at the important relationships they had with publishers Acuff-Rose, Archie Bleyer of the influential label, Cadence Records, and husband and wife writing team, Felice and Boudleaux Bryant, who gave The Everly Brothers their first million-seller with "Bye Bye Love." Set to a backdrop of 1950s Eisenhower-led America, the film examines this troubled and transformative era, the trials and triumphs of this remarkable brotherly pairing, and the innovations and lasting impact of a musically revolutionary duo.
The film also features interviews with Don Everly, Art Garfunkel, Graham Nash, Bonnie Prince Billy, Dave Edmunds, Tim Rice, Jake Bugg, legendary guitarists Albert Lee and Waddy Wachtel, plus archive performances and home movie footage of the Everly Brothers in the recording studio. The film for BBC and Eagle Rock is produced by Nick de Grunwald and Celia Moore of 1515 Productions and is directed by George Scott.