Music historians say “Black Beauty,” the first Les Paul guitar, is the instrument that gave birth to rock and roll. Now, it’s hitting the auction block.
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.
The result, after 8 years of Growing Bolder Radio, is exactly what we had hoped for — a fascinating, and in many ways, a historical library of over three thousand 8-to-12 minute inspirational interviews with some of the most amazing men and women on the planet, many of whom are no longer with us.
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.
When the Allman Brothers band decided to call it quits Gregg Allman was faced with a choice: He could quietly fade away, or he could use the opportunity to step up and do some things he’s always wanted to do. Here’s his take on Growing Bolder.
What do you get when you take some outrageous jazz licks and mash ’em up with some righteous funk? You get the one and only Herbie Hancock!
Time was running out for a world-renowned musician born with half a heart. Wait until you learn about his incredible story of survival.
He’s the man behind some of the most beloved songs in American history, and at 73, Neil Diamond is not only still making great new music, he’s happier and healthier than ever, thanks to the power of love. He explains.
He’s had 15 Top Ten hits, written 15 books, starred in movies and on Broadway and now, at the age of 80, legendary crooner Pat Boone is enjoying new adventures, like playing basketball and being a great-grandparent! He explains.
Do you realize it’s already been 50 years since “My Generation” was released? The song is still very much alive and so is the band that gave it life. Roger Daltrey joins us for a fascinating trip through The Who’s 50-year history.