Live at the Rock 'n' Roll Palace: Vol. 2 Trailer

Live at the Rock 'n' Roll Palace: Vol. 2 Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

This nostalgic all-star concert recorded live at the Rock 'n' Roll Palace in Orlando, Fla., revives some of the most celebrated voices of the 1950s and '60s, conjuring images of poodle skirts, soda jerks, convertibles and more. A memorable set list features performances of "That'll Be the Day" and "Peggy Sue" by the Crickets; "Earth Angel" by Johnny Tillotson; "Only You" by the Platters; and "The Beat Goes On" by Tommy Sands.

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