In 1979, her debut hit, “Chuck E.’s in Love” was the song on everyone’s lips. A Grammy win and a Rolling Stone quickly followed, but fame made Rickie Lee Jones uneasy. So she pushed it all away. We catch up with of music’s all-time greats.
All of us get hungry and eating is a necessary part of life so it shouldn’t be an amazing accomplishment, right? Right, unless you’re Rich LeFevre, a boomer who can scarf down five pounds of birthday cake in less than 12 minutes!
Comedian Rita Rudner turned 50 and turned over a new leaf. At 54, she’s written 5 books and has kept her marriage going for 20 years. So, what’s her secret to happiness?
This over-50 extreme sports athlete makes peoples’ jaws drop with only one wheel. Terry Peterson, best known as the UniGeezer, has become a worldwide sensation on a unicycle.
Singer and songwriter Amy Grant says she rekindled a love affair with her guitar and has gained a confidence that she says only comes with age.
One of the hottest chefs in the world is the newest Iron Chef, and he’s telling us how cooking has evolved into a sport.
Guitarist Bob Rafkin’s rich, musical life took him from the Greenwich Village folk scene of the 1960s to working with Joni Mitchell and Arlo Guthrie in LA.
Just before her death, Princess Diana cleaned out of her closets to raise money for charity. Today, these gorgeous gowns are still saving lives.
Growing Bolder takes you on a priceless trip back in time to a woman who was among the first to perform singing commercials on television! Meet the legendary Nancy Evans.
Before he passed away, legendary swing drummer Panama Francis sat down with Growing Bolder for an unforgettable conversation about an amazing career, the amazing era he lived through and why he loved the drums more than anything in the world.