During his iconic career, rock and roll legend Eddie Money created a slew of songs that became a part of our culture. The singer/songwriter died in 2019 shortly after revealing he’d been diagnosed with stage 4 esophageal cancer. Prior to his diagnosis, Money checked in with Growing Bolder and described his enduring passion for making new music.
Don Most made us all laugh as Richie Cunningham’s practical-joke playing friend Ralph Malph on Happy Days. After appearing in feature films and even directing a few, Don says he’s returning to his first love — singing.
For more than 50 years, Gordon Lightfoot has written and recorded some of the most beautiful and thoughtful songs ever created. We catch up with the man who Bob Dylan calls his mentor to discuss his 50+ years in the business about his career and why changes to the music business excite, rather than frighten, him.
Kenny G may be one of the most successful artists of all time, but did you know he couldn’t even make his high school band? He reveals how he overcome this early disappointment and how it fueled him to learn all he could about making music.
Jonathan Cain, the songwriting force from the band Journey, has seen more of life’s highs and lows than most could ever imagine, and he’s learned a lot along the way. Now, he’s sharing his takeaways with Growing Bolder.
The Little River Band had a string of hits years ago. So, why is it so important for singer Wayne Nelson to keep them going today? He explains to Growing Bolder!
As the voice of the rock group Yes, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jon Anderson is the face of progressive rock. His creativity, his passion and his voice have not diminished over the years. At the age of 73, Jon is as energetic, driven and prolific as ever.
Songs like Easy, Brickhouse, and Three Times a Lady took The Commodores straight to the top. This story is about Thomas McClary, the man who created The Commodores, defined their sound, discovered Lionel Richie, and has never given up on his quest to get the band back together.
Cyndi Lauper just may be the biggest genre-bending entertainer in history. She’s not afraid to test out new musical styles and new projects, and that includes her latest adventure: covering some of the most classic country and western songs of all time. She explains why she loves taking detours.
Their on- and off-stage partnership made the song “Love Will Keep Us Together” a monster hit in the ’70s, but after 40 years, Toni Tennille is starting over. Find out why she says she had to start over at 75 to save herself.