The Kingston Trio: Wherever We May Go

In the late 1950s, The Kingston Trio quickly evolved from an unknown group appearing at local nightclubs in San Francisco to major stars with a No. 1 best-selling album. Invitations to sing on top television variety shows poured in and, almost overnight, America's teenagers went from idolizing motorcycle-jacketed greasers to emulating fresh-faced, clean-cut college guys in striped shirts and short haircuts. The Kingston Trio: Wherever We May Go celebrates their music and tells their fascinating story through interviews, vintage footage and full music clips of their hits, including "Tom Dooley," "Greenback Dollar," "Where Have All the Flowers Gone" and "M.T.A."

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