Spend Valentine’s Day with Rick Springfield and His ‘Orchestrating My Life’ Pay-Per-View Event

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What are you doing for Valentine’s Day? Given the state of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s probably safe to assume you’ll be at home … and if you are, and you also find yourself a Rick Springfield fan, then there’s a pay-per-view streaming gig right up your alley.

Orchestrating My Life is a 2019 live album from Springfield, presenting 12 of his songs in drastically different format. Featuring the iconic pop/rocker backed by an orchestra, a special video version of the performance will be streamed for Valentine’s Day in pay-per-view format. The show will go “live” on Feb. 14 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT and will be available until Feb. 17 at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT.

Additional details:

The show will be the World Premiere Pay-Per-View Stream of “Orchestrating My Life. The concert film features twelve songs including Rick’s biggest hits as well as new work, all accompanied by his high-energy touring band, four background vocalists, and the award-winning Santa Monica High School Symphony Orchestra conducted by maestro Wolf Kerschek. Director PJ Wolff cleverly intersperses rare archival footage, interviews and photographs from Springfield’s personal collection to weave the incredible and unexpected life story of one of rock’s most recognized and durable superstars. On demand for 72 hours. 

For especially devoted Springfield fans, there’s a fancy deluxe edition boasting a number of special bonuses, including a Zoom chat and a Valentine’s Day card direct from the man himself.

That edition has a $449.99 price tag, though regular access to the streaming concert is just $29.99.

The track listing for the album version of Orchestrating My Life:

1. Kristina
2. I’ve Done Everything For You
3. Don’t Talk to Strangers
4. Jessie’s Girl
5. Affair of the Heart
6. Love Somebody
7. Human Touch
8. Celebrate Youth
9. World Start Turning
10. State of the Heart
11. Irreplaceable
12. April 24, 1981/My Father’s Chair

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