For decades, New York's Forest Hills Stadium was home to the U.S. Open tennis tournament. In the 1960s, the venue also hosted legendary artists like The Beatles and Frank Sinatra. But when the tennis tournament moved to a new location, the music faded away, too, and the stadium fell into disrepair. That is, until a promoter and a popular band took a leap of faith and revived a venue that's like none other in the nation. Dana Jacobson reports.