Roy Orbison’s Black and White Night concert was a special television tribute to his unforgettable music featuring some of rock’s most iconic legends playing alongside the great Roy Orbison himself.
One of the best songs Roy Orbison played that night was “Go! Go! Go! (Down the Line).” The smooth sound of his voice had the audience dancing in their seats.
He was accompanied by Bruce Springsteen and James Burton on electric guitars and Glen Hardin, who had played keyboard with rock and roll legends like Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly.
Burton, Orbison, and Springsteen battled it with three impressive electric guitar solos during the song’s bridge. The audience cheered and clapped as the musicians riffed their instruments.
Hardin joined in the fun with a keyboard solo to match the guitars. Roy and his friends were grinning ear to ear. It was easy to see they enjoyed themselves as much as the audience.
Roy Orbison’s Black and White Night concert was a truly dazzling evening for musicians and fans alike. The chance to revel in his iconic rock music was one the crowd won’t soon forget.
Orbison’s legendary performance of a classic hit left the fans demanding more. His incredible music and talent will live on forever in the recording of this epic television concert special.