Founding member of the Supremes Mary Wilson has lived an incredible life filled with extraordinary experiences and a determination to succeed. Find out why she’s so passionate about doing what you love in life.
One of the organizers of Woodstock says he never imagined that weekend would still be such a major part of his life more than 40 years later. But he says its lessons and legacy are just as relevant today.
“Turn! Turn! Turn!” is one of the most beloved songs of all time, but it once sounded very different. Roger McGuinn is back, guitar still in hand, to share more memories about the history of folk music and rock and roll.
Singer Connie Francis has lived a life full of terrible lows and exhilarating highs. She shares what lessons she’s learned, dishes on her legendary career and explains why she’s such a passionate advocate for those suffering from mental illness.
Throughout his prolific career, he has sold millions and millions of records, written best-selling children’s books and hosted a national TV show. As he nears 70, you’d think the legendary Bobby Goldsboro would be slowing down. Think again.
He wrote one of the most iconic protest anthems of all time, yet all Barry “Fish” Melton really ever wanted to do was practice law.
Rock historian Pete Fornatale’s new book on Woodstock paints the clearest picture yet of the most important concert event in the history of rock.
At 89, he’s witnessed some of the biggest moments in history, and now he’s using his life experiences to create a world of political satire.
Just as his star was rising, singer Joe Cocker was falling deep into the bottle. His story of survival will show you it’s never too late to change for the better.
It’s been 40 years since the Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour was yanked off the air, but don’t think that Tommy Smothers has gone quietly into the night. The outspoken political humorist is more fired up than ever.