The Byrds co-founder Roger McGuinn stops by the Growing Bolder TV studios to play a special song he wrote based on an old Irish blessing and explains how a gift from his friend Tom Petty inspired the moment that led to the song.
Legendary rocker Roger McGuinn reflects on his history in music, his strong relationship with his wife and how different 70 feels than he ever imagined. Plus, he shares exclusive details about his exciting new project involving his famous friends.
Roger McGuinn describes his Grammy-nominated Folk Den Project and explains why he felt such an urgency to preserve the songs and history of folk music. Plus, Camilla opens up about their 30-plus years of marriage and reveals how their faith bonds them.
What’s life on the road like for Roger McGuinn these days? He explains why he’s very specific in the venues he chooses and what prompted him to leave the big record labels behind and become his own company.
“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.
We’re taking you back inside the studio with rock legend Roger McGuinn, and this time he’s explaining how Mr. Tambourine evolved from a demo that no one in the band really liked to the classic you know and love today.
Rock and roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn recently stopped by the Growing Bolder Radio Show for the full hour, and our cameras were rolling. Go behind the scenes for an unforgettable session with a legend.
Rock and roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn and his wife, Camilla, are joining us for the full hour! With his guitar in hand, Roger takes an intimate look back at his 50 years in the music business and tells us how he continues to grow and evolve.
It’s just a small publicity photo — or is it? What makes this photo so important to rock and roll hall-of-famer Roger McGuinn? Why is it a priceless memento from the early days of The Byrds?
In 1965, The Byrds’ Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, and David Crosby wrote the song Eight Miles High about their plane trip to England. Two years later, the group returned to London and McGuinn took along his home movie camera — now he’s unveiling the film.