This CD/DVD set documents the fall 2008 Music Builds Tour, which Third Day co-headlined with Switchfoot. It records times and destinations, life on the tour bus, backstage banter before and after concerts, meeting with fans, getting together with family in Atlanta (the band's hometown), interaction with Nigel James (Tour Pastor), and other events along the way.
At the peak of his career in 1951, Hank Williams recorded 143 songs for the Mother's Best Flour Company. These shows are the first truly three-dimensional portrait of one of the giants of American music. What emerges is a full, rounded portrait of Williams at his creative and commercial peak. It's a rare, informal glimpse into the heart and soul of country music's greatest star who passed away on New Year's Day 1953, at age 29. Bonus DVD includes the story of the unreleased recordings in a behind-the-scenes conversation between Hank's daughter, Jett Williams, and two members of Hank's band, Don Helms and Big Bill Lester.