Out Now: Everly Brothers ‘Hey Doll Baby’ Collection; Virtual Festival Sun. 6/19 on YouTube/Website/Facebook

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Today, June 17, marks the release of Hey Doll Baby, a collection of “buried treasures” from throughout the Everly Brothers‘ amazing catalog of music.

A news release notes that Hey Doll Baby was “Don Everly’s final contribution to his legendary career created lovingly with Phil Everly’s estate throughout the last year before he passed away August, 21rst 2021.”

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In connection to the release, this Sunday, June 19, a number of notable musicians will lend their talents for “Hey Doll Baby” Virtual Festival: Celebrating The Lives And Music Of The Everly Brothers. The special broadcast will air at 4 p.m. ET via the Everly Brothers’ official website, official YouTube page and official Facebook page, with a simulcast of the live stream audio airing on SiriusXM Channel 31 (Tom Petty Radio).

Here’s more on the live stream event:

The “Hey Doll Baby” Festival is presented by Gibson and features a superstar line-up, with new and archival performances of classic Everly Brothers songs by Graham Nash & Chris Stills, Albert Lee, Chris Isaak & Nicole Atkins, Waddy Wachtel & Steve Postell (The Immediate Family), Bob Weir & Chris Robinson, Dave Stewart & Amy Lee (Evanescence), Lukas Nelson, Jakob Dylan, Butch Walker & Bethany Cosentino (Best Coast), Carly Simon & Ben Taylor, Jimmy Vivino, Lady Blackbird, Mapache, Matt Sweeney, Mike Campbell & Stan Lynch (Tom Petty and The Heratbreakers), Paul Simon & Edie Brickell, Sabina Sciubba (Brazilian Girls), Susanna Hoffs & Dan Wilson, Taylor Goldsmith (Dawes), The Cactus Blossoms, The Milk Carton Kids, and more. Plus appearances from Jason Everly (son of Phil Everly) and Adria Petty (daughter of Tom Petty), who curated the Hey Doll Baby compilation album.

Stream the collection below.

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