In the late 1950s, the Everly Brothers' tender harmonies brought innocence and romance to the pop music scene with a unique blend of rock and country. Brothers Don and Phil became an overnight sensation with Bye Bye Love which was followed by a three-year string of hits. The Everly Brothers did not sing together from 1973 -1983, but ended this ten-year silence with a performance of a lifetime staged over two nights before a star-studded audience at the Royal Albert Hall in London. The Everly Brothers Reunion Concert is the film of their emotional and tuneful reunion featuring all the hits including Wake Up Little Suzie, When Will I Be Loved, Bye Bye Love and more, which made them one of the top acts in rock and roll history. Almost 20 years later, the Everly Brothers continue to be a strong influence on several generations of rock n' rollers. Among the many musicians who have acknowledged a debt to the brothers are the Beatles, Bob Dylan, the Mamas and the Papas and Simon and Garfunkel.