Ricky Nelson was an enormously popular star who made a huge splash concurrently on radio, TV and film. This teen idol is the only artist ever to have a No. 1 song (“Poor Little Fool”), No. 1 movie (Rio Bravo) and a No. 1 TV show (Ozzie & Harriet) all in the same week. The nation watched him grow up, and his musical career spanned teen pop to country-rock, before his tragic death in an airplane crash at the age of 45. Nelson’s twin sons Gunnar and Matthew have carried on their family’s musical career: They had a hit album in the early ’90s, and now pay tribute to their father with Ricky Nelson Remembered at City Winery Chicago. Celebrate Ricky’s legacy as the duo perform his hits (such as “Hello, Mary Lou,” “Travelin’ Man” and “Garden Party”) and share rarely seen video footage of the family, along with interviews with celebrities influenced by the elder Nelson.