The brilliant career of multi-platinum selling singer/songwriter and humanitarian Harry Chapin is featured in this collection of live performances of his greatest hits. Chapin was a spokesperson and poet laureate for everyday people. He continues to be one of the best-loved performers in American music history.
In Remember When, personal commentary is provided by Chapin's children, Jennifer and Josh, as well as Chapin's widow, Sandy. Sandy was the inspiration for the song "I Want To Learn A Love Song," and co-writer of "Cat's In The Cradle." All performances are presented in their entirety, along with commentary, photos and Chapin memorabilia.
Chapin worked tirelessly to end world hunger. He was a co-founder of World Hunger Year (WHY) and posthumous recipient of the Congressional Gold Medal for combating hunger around the globe.