We’re highlighting the Growing Bolder philosophy through the stories of men and women who prove how great life can be when you’re bold enough to pursue your passions.
Two Rock and Roll Hall of Famers jamming on stage to the delight of a surprised crowd. Only Growing Bolder has the inside story of the on-stage collaboration between two rock icons.
It’s just a small publicity photo — or is it? What makes this photo so important to rock and roll hall-of-famer Roger McGuinn? Why is it a priceless memento from the early days of The Byrds?
Last time Jim Carlton was on the GB Radio Show, he was a studio writer, guitarist and comedian. This time, he’s back and he’s added author to his resume and he’s got a book coming out that you don’t want to miss.
Rock legend Roger McGuinn takes us for a ride powered exclusively by energy from the sun.
What do The Smothers Brothers, Pat Paulson and Joan Rivers all have in common? Jim Carlton. He’s juggled being a singer, guitarist, comedian and Carlton has even made a name for himself as a TV writer for some of the most famous names in the business.
In 1965, The Byrds’ Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, and David Crosby wrote the song Eight Miles High about their plane trip to England. Two years later, the group returned to London and McGuinn took along his home movie camera — now he’s unveiling the film.
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.
Since 1995, Byrds founder Roger McGuinn has worked to keep the legacy of American folk music alive. Every month, he records a song for his Grammy-nominated Folk Den project. This is an exclusive inside look.