Grammy winner Juice Newton treats fans to a retrospective of her 30-year career in this 2001 Los Angeles performance. The intimate concert showcases Newton's unique sound with hits such as "Angel of the Morning" and "Queen of Hearts" and the more recent "Red Blooded American Girl" and "This Old Flame." Extras include an interview in which Newton shares stories about her life on and off the road.
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Have you watched Juice Newton: Every Road Leads Back to You yet? What did you think about it?