Rising from poverty to become one of the most beloved crooners of his generation, Engelbert Humperdinck made his singing debut at a rough and tumble working class social club. In the early years the singer found little success while appearing under the name Gerry Dorsey, prompting Tom Jones' manager to suggest a more colorful moniker. In 1967, after adopting his more popular stage name, Humperdink filled the bill for a sick vocalist on Sunday Night at the Palladium and became an overnight success. In this career retrospective, Humperdink invites fans both on the stage and into his life to reflect on fifty years of commercial success. Featured songs include "After the Lovin'," "Release Me," and "Quando, Quando, Quando."