Jackie DeShannon’s songs have been covered by everyone from Annie Lennox to Van Morrison. She lent her voice to two of the most iconic love songs of the ’60s and opened for the Beatles on their first U.S. tour. We catch up with this American great.
Tom Rush is an incredible talent with big-time celebrity fans who chose stability over celebrity. Now, 50 years later, he may be on the verge of achieving both thanks to a YouTube video, of all things.
Barbara Van Orden is living proof you might be able to break the body, but you just can’t break the spirit. As her entertainment career was skyrocketing, it all came crashing down after a horrific accident. Find out how she learned to swim, not sink.
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.
Kay Davis auditioned on a dare, and the next thing she knew, she was the vocalist for the Duke Ellington Orchestra.
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.
Who says there’s no such thing as second acts? Jazz singer Elli Fordyce is living proof that it’s never too late to realize your dreams.
Ginger loved to sing, so at mid-life she took a risk and decided to become a full-time performer. She just never expected her music to strike a chord with the audience it did.
In the 1970s, Maureen McGovern became known as the queen of disaster movies. These days, this legendary singer is living a life that is the stuff of dreams-do-come-true movies.