In this Ain’t Life Grand segment, Hollywood storyteller Key Howard tells us the childhood adventures of a man who would overcome very humble and tough beginnings to become one of the most famous musicians who ever lived.
Musician John Babcock was just a child when President Kennedy was shot but he admits it is never far from his mind. He’s sharing his prized collection of memorabilia and a song he wrote for the 25th anniversary that’s just as touching today.
Have you ever wanted to really experience America? Writer Colin Flaherty did so he quit his job and traveled cross-country for a year. He did it all relying on his thumb — hitchhiking the entire way. He shares stories from the road.
Singer and songwriter Lee Greenwood is the man behind the most stirring patriotic song of our generation, and he says he’s more focused than ever on the state of our country.
Every day, we get questions about America’s favorite hard-driving, gun-toting nonagenarian. She shares her busy plans for the coming months and does something she’s never done before — allows someone else to get behind the wheel of her beloved Chariot.
Rachel Veitch and her beloved 1964 Mercury Comet Caliente have become two of the biggest stars on the Web. Now, NBC is knocking on Rachel’s door. Is she ready for her big close-up? Find out how Rachel’s handling her new fame.
Journalist Abigail Trafford is focused on what she believes are the biggest, most important stories of this era — the age wave and the aging of America.
Washington Post journalist Abigail Trafford says the aging of America is the biggest story she’s ever covered, and she’s thrilled to be living it and reporting on it.