He sunk his life savings into a vinyl record store, and he struck a chord with people who longed for the simple, beautiful sounds of a record spinning on a platter.
Now that you’ve put all your music on an iPod, it looks like an old friend is making a comeback. Vinyl record sales are on the rise. And it’s not just oldies.
Usually, when it rains, it pours, but BJ Thomas enjoyed superstardom with his mega hit “Raindrops Keep Fallin’ on My Head.” Not only did he earn Grammy Awards and platinum records, he also kicked a bad habit in the meantime.
Most would think a broken neck, a ripped Achilles tendon, two heart clots and a staph infection would stop an athlete in their tracks. But not Skip Rogers. The big-time cyclist is still riding and breaking records.
For Dr. William Bell, breaking one pole-vaulting world record wasn’t enough – so he broke 11 all at once!
Legendary rock star and founding member of the band Jay and the Americans, Sandy Yaguda, is having fun bringing his band back to life.
A woman who dominated the collegiate swimming world 25 years ago is back and better than ever.
Jesse Stone wrote “Shake, Rattle & Roll”, “Flip, Flop, Fly”, “Idaho” and many other hits. He was closely associated with Atlantic Records and was going strong until age 97. Growing Bolder pays tribute to a little-known legend.
What happens when a high school swim team takes on the “old-timers” from the Villages? The kids learn that athletes over 40 are called “Masters” for a reason.
Super-stud Charles Modlin smashed records at the National Senior Games and he’s just getting started.