At age 92, flutist and teacher Robert Willoughby has already lived an extraordinary life, playing in some of the world’s most respected orchestra’s and developing many first chair musicians. Learn why he’s still passionate about teaching and music.
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.
Are you anxious, willing and ready to follow your passion but not quite sure how to find it? In many cases the root of all passions can be traced back to one place — childhood. See how one woman rediscovered the dreams of her youth.
From a conch to a tuba, Bill Nemoyten plays them all. See how this pied piper uses his unique collection to delight audiences and spread his passion for music to all who will listen!
Tiger Woods’ messy love life has spawned 1,000 jokes and late-night skits. And musician Golf Brooks knows a good punchline when he sees one, so he’s composed his own tribute to the fender bender heard ’round the world.
Andy Williams was a true American treasure, but he also endured his share of ups and downs. Before his death, he talked to Growing Bolder about his poverty-stricken childhood and his rise to the top, something he never took for granted.
You’ve probably never heard of this performer but he’s one of the top showmen working today. John Charles visits the GB studios to share his gifts of song and humor with us.
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.
Petula Clark became a mega-superstar in Europe before crossing the ocean and becoming a household name in America with her hit song “Downtown.”
Listing off Robert “Kool” Bell’s awards could take forever. But he and his group, Kool & The Gang, don’t seem to be going anywhere. Ten years after their last album, they’ve expanded the band 12 and added an intergenerational touch to their music.