By now you’ve probably seen Jeanne Robertson’s hilarious viral video about her husband Left Brain’s trip to the grocery store. Now see what makes this dynamo really special. We think you’ll be just as charmed as we were by this overnight sensation, 50 years in the making.
Talia Castellano in an Internet sensation and the unofficial face of childhood cancer worldwide. Will her message of hope, inspiration and possibility be enough to help save her own life and the lives of the 13,000 children diagnosed every year?
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.
A woman born in 1921 never expected to be in the spotlight. But thanks to a video on YouTube, the 90-year-old dancing grandma is now one of the world’s biggest viral video stars. Her grandson shares her story and her lifelong passion for dancing.
Tommy Johnson may be the fastest Boogie Woogie man alive but no one knew it until he overcame his fear of the Internet and posted a video on YouTube. Now this 71-year-old keyboard wizard is having the time of his life and has fans all over the world.
How do you become a YouTube viral sensation at the age of 68? You tell a really good story. Jeanne Robertson and her growing legion of fans prove that people over 50 are embracing the Internet and leveraging social media in rapidly growing numbers.
If you’re over 50 and starting a new business, marketing whiz Andrea Stenberg says there are some very crucial secrets to success that you may be missing out on.
One of the most successful songwriters of all time is also one of the most creative people you’ll ever meet. Find out how this wild woman is behind some of the hottest videos on YouTube.
You knew motherhood was funny, but did you know it could launch a career in comedy? Mrs Hughes tapped into the absurd side of being a wife and mother, and now America’s Funniest Grandma is the hottest act around!
It seemed like folk music legend Tom Rush had forgotten how popular he was in the ’60s, because when his “Remember Song” went viral on YouTube, he was surprised. It’s gotten more than 3 million views, giving people a reason to remember him.