Greatest Hits, ANC’s new six-episode music series, highlights hits from the 1980s, ’90s and 2000s – in a format that will feature original artists, unpredictable covers and intriguing combinations of performers.
Today, ABC announced the first performers who have agreed to appear of the show and there are some very, very cool names on that list – Backstreet Boys, Bonnie Raitt, Foreigner, Little Big Town and Wiz Khalifa to name a few.
For a more extensive list, follow the jump. Hosted by Arsenio Hall and Kelsea Ballerini, Greatest Hits premieres on Thursday, June 30th (9/8C).
ANDRA DAY, BACKSTREET BOYS, BONNIE RAITT, BOYZ II MEN, CEELO, CHICAGO, COOLIO, EN VOGUE, FOREIGNER, JASON DERULO, JOHN LEGEND, LITTLE BIG TOWN, LL COOL J, MEGHAN TRAINOR, MIGUEL, PITBULL, REO SPEEDWAGON, RICK SPRINGFIELD, WILSON PHILLIPS, WIZ KHALIFA AND MORE TO PERFORM ON ABC’S ‘GREATEST HITS’
Arsenio Hall and Kelsea Ballerini to Host the Music Series, Premiering Thursday, June 30 on ABC
ABC announced today that fans can expect to see musical performances by Andra Day, Backstreet Boys, Bonnie Raitt, Boyz II Men, Ceelo, Chicago, Coolio, En Vogue, Foreigner, Jason Derulo, John Legend, Little Big Town, LL Cool J, Meghan Trainor, Miguel, Pitbull, REO Speedwagon, Rick Springfield, Wilson Phillips, Wiz Khalifa and more on “Greatest Hits.” The six-episode music series event will highlight a five-year period celebrating the biggest hits from that time, hosted by Arsenio Hall and Kelsea Ballerini. Each week, iconic music artists, as well as today’s music chart-toppers, will take the stage and perform the songs that defined the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. “Greatest Hits” premieres THURSDAY, JUNE 30 (9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on the ABC Television Network.
“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® 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.