ALOE BLACC, CHICAGO, FOREIGNER, KENNY LOGGINS, BRET MICHAELS, MIGUEL, GRACE POTTER, NATE RUESS AND WILSON PHILLIPS TO PERFORM ON ABC'S 'GREATEST HITS'
"Greatest Hits: 1985-1990" - The summer party rages on into the musical era from 1985-1990 with explosive performances by Bret Michaels, Kenny Loggins, Miguel, Wilson Phillips, Grace Potter and unforgettable collaborations with Chicago & Aloe Blacc and Foreigner & Fun's Nate Ruess. Music video vixen Tawny Kitaen makes a special appearance, as we take a look back at her memorable performance in White Snake's "Here I Go Again" music video. Hosted by actor and comedian Arsenio Hall and country music star Kelsea Ballerini, "Greatest Hits" will air THURSDAY, JULY 14 (9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on the ABC Television Network.
Musical performances from 1985-1990 include:
Bret Michaels - "Nothin' But A Good Time" and "Every Rose Has Its Thorn"
Kenny Loggins - "Danger Zone"
Miguel - Steve Winwood's "Higher Love"
Grace Potter - Bon Jovi's "You Give Love A Bad Name"
Chicago & Aloe Blacc - "Look Away"/"You're The Inspiration"
Foreigner & Nate Ruess - "I Want To Know What Love Is"
Wilson Phillips - "Hold On"
"Greatest Hits" is produced by AEG Ehrlich Ventures. Ken Ehrlich, James McKinlay and Raj Kapoor serve as executive producers and Leon Knoles directs. David Wild is writer/producer.
About AEG Ehrlich Ventures
For more than 40 years, no individual has produced more music related and non-traditional programming for television, as well as single and multi-artist and concept specials for network, cable, syndication and home video programming than Ken Ehrlich. With hundreds of hours of highly acclaimed specials to his credit, from the annual GRAMMY(R) Awards, which he has produced since 1980, to a yearly slate of award shows including five years of producing the Emmy Awards show, Ehrlich's credits are unmatched.