Born in Oklahoma, Hoyt Axton came to stardom in the folk music scene in San Francisco, penning "Greenback Dollar" for the Kingston Trio in 1963. He followed that success with a string of songs made into hits by Three Dog Night, Steppenwolf, John Denver and Elvis Presley. In addition to his own recordings, Hoyt performed in movies and television, after his debut on "Bonanza" in 1965. This special DVD, recorded live at Orlando's Church Street Station, includes two of his most beloved hits, "Joy To The World" and "Boney Fingers."
Special DVD Extra: Origins Of Country
This documentary takes you inside the history of America's music, using rare archival performance footage and interviews with country music celebrities and fans.
1. Boney Fingers
3. Wild Bull Rider
4. Joy To The World