Songwriter Buzz Cason’s songs have been covered by artists like The Beatles, U2, Pearl Jam, Dolly Parton and Martina McBride, just to name a few. Now in his 70s, he’s still touring and releasing new music. He looks back on his legendary career.
Chick Crumpacker’s name is not a household name, but it is forever entwined with the most famous performer of all time — Elvis Presley. He shares stories from his fascinating 57-year career in the music business.
He’s one of the most famous bass voices in music history, and now Richard Sterban is telling stories from his career. From getting his start with Elvis Presley to joining the Oak Ridge Boys, he’s been at the forefront of music history.
He was born a poor kid in the projects. But thanks to his talent and enthusiasm, he quickly rose to become one of the most successful — and most beloved — artists of all time. We catch up with the incomparable Chubby Checker.
His is one of the most iconic voices of our lifetime. Now in his mid-70s, Johnny Mathis’ voice is just as fresh, just as warm and just as compelling today. Find out what tips he has for anyone to stay active and engaged throughout your lifetime.
Up until his death at 103 years old, legendary ukulele player Bill Tapia, aka the Duke of Uke, was the oldest working musician. Just months before his death, he revealed stories from some of his more famous friends.
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.
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.
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.
For more than 40 years, rock photographer Bob Gruen has had an all-access pass to some of the greatest stars and moments in music history.