The first and 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, Ricky Nelson was America’s first true teen idol. The Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s musical career spanned pop to country-rock, and he charted 19 Top 10 hits before his tragic death in an airplane crash at the age of 45. Now Nelson’s twin sons Gunnar and Matthew carry on their family’s musical tradition: They had a hit album in the early ’90s, and now pay tribute to their father with Ricky Nelson Remembered at Arlington’s Regent Theatre. They’ll perform their dad’s hits, like “Hello, Mary Lou,” “Travelin’ Man” and “Garden Party,” and share rarely seen video footage of the family, as well as interviews with celebrities influenced by their father, including Paul McCartney, John Fogerty and Chris Isaak.