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.
He was one of the world’s most prolific piano players when tragedy struck, nearly silencing the music forever. See how Leon Fleischer decided to start Growing Bolder and get back behind the keys.
Rosanne Cash’s new album is garnering rave reviews and when you listen to this interview you’ll understand why. Find out why rather than feeling burned out at her age, she’s more passionate, inspired and most importantly, confident, than ever before.
Have you ever heard someone play the glass armonica? Considering only a handful of people know how to play it, you probably haven’t. That’s about to change, thanks to the fascinating and very talented 90-year-old Cecilia Brauer.
Jackie DeShannon’s songs have been covered by everyone from Annie Lennox to Van Morrison. She lent her voice to two of the most iconic love songs of the ’60s and opened for the Beatles on their first U.S. tour. We catch up with this American great.
Hollywood siren Monica Lewis was an MGM star, toured the world entertaining the troops with Danny Kaye and even voiced Miss Chiquita Banana in commercials. Just before her death at 93, in one of her final interviews, she shared insightful and interesting stories from her early days in show business.
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.
Earth, Wind & Fire has been rocking the world for more than 40 years. Singer Philip Bailey is looking back on the history of the band and his own journey and sharing how you, too, can be a shining star, no matter what you’ve had to overcome in life.
His rendition of Stand By Me in the movie Urban Cowboy launched Mickey Gilley’s career into the stratosphere, but wait until you hear about the many obstacles he’s had to overcome since then. Now 78, he’s more passionate than ever about performing.
Peter Buffett is proof that the even the world’s wealthiest families can raise children who have a social conscious, And now he’s inspired the entire world to rethink how philanthropy should really work. He explains.