The Invictas were a big-time band in the ’60s. Wait until you hear what happened when they got back together in THEIR 60s! Lead singer Herb Gross takes us back to past for some old-time rock and roll.
You know actor Billy Bob Thornton from his legendary and Academy, Emmy and Golden Globe-winning career, but did you know he’s also a talented and passionate singer-songwriter? Billy Bob and J.D. Andrew, his bandmate from The Boxmasters, join us to talk about their love of music.
You may think it’s just music to your ears but music is actually a whole lot more. On this special episode of Growing Bolder, we celebrate the power of music and its potential to improve your life in countless ways.
What drew artists like Aretha Franklin, Percy Sledge and the Rolling Stones away from LA and to the small town of Muscle Shoals, Ala? Rick Hall.
For more than 40 years, friends and business partners Billy Fels and Doug Montgomery have kept everyone from Springsteen to Buffett strumming away. These guitar guys share their secrets, including how they managed to, against all odds, become grey haired guys still in the rock and roll business!
Long before Meghan Trainor, there was another First Lady of Bass — the bass guitar. Meet Carol Kaye, the woman who gave hundreds of classic hits the beat we all groove to!
Rock and roll legend Eddie Money is redefining what it means to be 65. He describes his continued passion for making new music and why he left his first career in law enforcement to follow his musical dreams.
Not only is Tommy Roe a great performer and the man behind huge hits like “Sheila” and “Dizzy,” he’s been a witness to some of the greatest moments in rock and roll. He takes us back to his days touring with The Beatles and why retirement didn’t “take” for him.
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 the first time in 35 years, 12-time Grammy nominee Rosanne Cash has taken home the hardware, and it’s all because she finally feels free to use her true voice. She tells GB how her newest album, which took home three awards, is her most personal yet.