New Jersey-based rockers Bon Jovi and certified platinum country trio Sugarland unite for an episode of the critically acclaimed series CMT Crossroads. Filmed before an invitation-only audience at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom, Bon Jovi and Sugarland perform songs from both groups, including the Bon Jovi hits "Livin' on a Prayer," "Wanted Dead or Alive" and "You Give Love a Bad Name," as well as Sugarland's hit, "Baby Girl." This episode also includes the premiere live performance of "Who Says You Can't Go Home?" – a collaboration from Bon Jovi's album, Have a Nice Day, featuring Sugarland lead singer, Jennifer Nettles.
Over the 90-year history of sound film, there have been a handful of instances where a director and a composer have formed a longtime partnership that resulted in a series of classical scores, creating music that stands the test of time. None, however, have been as long or as fruitful as the 43-year collaboration of Steven Spielberg and John Williams. None have encompassed such a wide range of subject matter or, more significantly, have had such an enormous impact on worldwide popular culture. From the ominous shark signature of Jaws to the five-note alien greeting of Close Encounters of the Third Kind; from the heroic march of Raiders of the Lost Ark to the moving themes for Schindler’s List – the music Williams has written for more than two dozen Spielberg projects has not only served them brilliantly but entered the wider public consciousness.