What’s the true definition of success — is it money? Is it fame? Jim Carlton could have had lots of both. As a writer for Joan Rivers, the Smothers Brothers and others, he had quite an exciting ride. But to Jim, there were other things in life.
We’re hanging out with Roger McGuinn, and he tells us a story about a little-known song he once played for a group of astronauts. Roger grabs his guitar, and voila! Another GB exclusive.
Marjorie Thompson had her passions and goals, but life had other plans for her. She accomplished a lot many can’t say they have, but Thompson still yearned for more.
He goes by the name VintageP and he blogs all day about playing the guitar – but he just learned how to play it! Pete Lefebvre started playing guitar at age 50 and is telling others out there that it’s OK to pick up an instrument later in life.
More than 50 years ago, Bernie Lee sold his car to buy a bass. He says it’s the best deal he’s ever made. He’s been strumming Big Bertha ever since. A car can take you around town, but his bass took Bernie around the world.
Singer and songwriter Amy Grant says she rekindled a love affair with her guitar and has gained a confidence that she says only comes with age.
Guitarist Bob Rafkin’s rich, musical life took him from the Greenwich Village folk scene of the 1960s to working with Joni Mitchell and Arlo Guthrie in LA.
Rock Hall of Fame Roger McGuinn speaks for the first time about the fall that cut short his tour, his recent surgery, upcoming rehab and plans to return to the stage better than ever.
Rock and roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn is a serious techie. He’s showing Growing Bolder how he saves hundreds a dollars a year by using his rolling Wi-Fi system to stay connected on the road.
Guitar Club: Never too late to strike a chord.