What’s it like to be 77 and Charlie Daniels? The music legend checks in from the road to discuss his career, including how he got his start thanks to Bob Dylan. See how that led to his first all-acoustic album featuring all Dylan covers.
Rocker Boz Skaggs’ career began in the 1960s and is still going strong today. Boz explains why he’s having more fun, how he’s a better player and why he’s working more than ever before.
Colin Blunstone was a member of the legendary British rock band, The Zombies. Colin tells us what it’s like to tour in his 60s compared to touring in the ’60s and why he’s more passionate than ever about making great music.
Don McLean’s “American Pie” is one of the most beloved songs in music history, but he worries about the attacks on poetry he sees in every aspect of life these days. Rediscover the great Don McLean.
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.
In this Ain’t Life Grand segment, Hollywood storyteller Key Howard tells us the childhood adventures of a man who would overcome very humble and tough beginnings to become one of the most famous musicians who ever lived.
If you were around in the late 1960s and ’70s, you could not go anywhere without seeing the works of Peter Max. Now in his 70s, he’s healthier and happier than ever and still creating works of art and hanging with the coolest people around.
If you ever need proof that indeed, love Is the cure, look no further than the inspiring story of Susan Toney. The rising recording artist has had to overcome incredible odds but she’s never lost her faith, including in herself.
Musician John Babcock was just a child when President Kennedy was shot but he admits it is never far from his mind. He’s sharing his prized collection of memorabilia and a song he wrote for the 25th anniversary that’s just as touching today.
If you think not being able to read music or play a single note should keep you from becoming a Grammy, Emmy, Tony and Webby award-winning songwriter, then you need to meet Allee Willis.