Tribute concert held in 1987 at Carnegie Hall (and later televised on PBS), commemorating Harry Chapin's posthumous receipt of the Congressional Medal of Honor for his humanitarian efforts.... See full summary »

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Tribute concert held in 1987 at Carnegie Hall (and later televised on PBS), commemorating Harry Chapin's posthumous receipt of the Congressional Medal of Honor for his humanitarian efforts. Featuring songs and speeches by Harry's friends, family and peers. Written by Anonymous

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23 August 1991 (USA)  »

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Dolores Hall also performed Harry Chapin's song "When I Look Up" from 'Cotton Patch Gospel (1988)' but does not appear on the final cut of the tribute video. See more »

Soundtracks

Shooting Star
Written by Harry Chapin
Performed by Pat Benatar
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