- A rare interview with Spike and his family in their Beverly Hills home on CBS' Person to Person (1960)
- Spike's appearance as "Leonard Burnside" on The Ed Sullivan Show (1961)
- "Weird Al" Yankovic discussing Jones' influence on his career, comedy and music
- "Spike-Bites" from Joe Siracusa, Spike's drummer from 1946-52, whose audio commentary takes us behind the Slickers scenes
- Interviews with Spike's musicians, writers and family members, including Helen Grayco.
- Audio CD containing two NBC pilot radio shows from 1945, never before made available