Ready to rock? From real-life rock stars to those whose rock climbing makes them superstars in our book, this episode of the Growing Bolder Radio Show will inspire you to take the stage in your own life.
Liberty DeVitto was the creative force on some of Billy Joel’s biggest hits, but when
they parted ways, drummer Liberty he was adrift. He explains how he went from the “Piano Man” to being a family man and why, at the age of 60, he’s enjoying life perhaps more than ever. Also, Sean Swarner was given a death sentence at 16. Against all odds, he survived, and he
figured if he could beat cancer twice he would never be afraid again. So he set off to conquer the world’s highest peaks and in the process, found his purpose in life.
Plus, Robert Vaughn is an Oscar-nominated actor who has appeared in more
than 100 feature films. But did you know he was the first big-time actor
in the nation to come out publicly against the Vietnam War? He talks to Growing Bolder about his Emmy-award winning performance as super-spy Napoleon Solo in the iconic
1960s TV series “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” and his 50 years in Hollywood that almost didn’t happen!
All that, plus Growing Bolder takes you Inside the Story with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn, who exclusively gives us the inside scoop on his recent performance with Bruce Springsteen. And we show you how women are starting to steer the racing world in the right direction.
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