The Grammy nominated documentary, 'The Greatest Ears In Town: The Arif Mardin Story' chronicles the life and career of this behind the scenes master who produced more than 50 gold and platinum records with sales topping 50 million units. Brimming with archival footage, photos and 'soundtrack of our lives' hit songs, 'The Greatest Ears in Town' also includes intimate interviews with music luminaries and friends, Quincy Jones. Ahmet Ertegun and Sir George Martin as well as interviews and/or studio footage with Willie Nelson, Carly Simon, Jewel, Daryl Hall and many others as Arif reunites with several of these artists and more to record what would become his final album, 'All My Friends are Here'. The film is named after the song performed and co-written by Bette Midler for her producer and friend in which she proclaims, "Mister Mardin Make Your Music 'Cause Your Music Makes My Day!".