Music legend Clive Davis has another documentary in the works.
A new doc on the Arista records founder is currently underway, Page Six has exclusively learned.
Davis debuted a 12-minute trailer of the doc, tentatively titled, “The Greatest Party Ever,” for guests at his annual Memorial Day weekend soiree at his Pound Ridge, NY, estate over the weekend.
The doc is about his annual pre-Grammy gala — and is being produced by Jesse Collins with Rob Ford directing — we’re told.
Davis’ last doc, “The Soundtrack of Our Lives” premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2017, and focused on his numerous collaborations and contributions to the music business.
“The Greatest Party Ever” presumably will feature highlights and performances from 50 years at his pre-Grammy celebration.
Whitney Houston appears in the trailer. Houston was planning to attend Davis’ pre-Grammy party in 2012 when her body was found in a bathtub, just hours before the event started.
A source, who attended and watched the trailer in Davis’ private theatre, described the doc as “extraordinary with several guests shedding tears” during the section on Houston.
Adrienne Warren, who starred as Tina Turner in the Broadway musical on her life, also moved the crowd at Davis’ Memorial Day weekend celebration. She paid tribute to the late star by performing a piano-accompanied rendition of the 1989 hit, “The Best.”
Meanwhile, Art Garfunkel Jr. performed an a cappella version of “Bridge Over Troubled Water.”
Davis had over 90 guests at his estate including his longtime pal (and TikToker) Nikki Haskell, Candy Spelling, Valerie Simpson, Ann and Andrew Tisch, the Polo Bar’s Nelly Moudime and Gloria and Emilio Estefan.