Thurlow "Turbo" Rogers
Cycling legend Thurlow "Turbo" Rogers has raced away with more than 300 victories in his career, and the 47-year-old says he's only getting better with age.
Country music legend Mel Tillis has been entertaining audiences for more than 50 years.
Cyd Charisse, Dance Legend, Dies at 87
Cyd Charisse, the last great Hollywood dancer, died Tuesday at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles after suffering an apparent heart attack Monday.
25 Years Later: An Aviation Legend Remembers
In 1984, at the age of 56, fighter pilot, daredevil and American aviation hero Joe Kittinger completed the first solo trans-Atlantic balloon flight from Maine to Italy. 25 years later, he shares his story with Growing Bolder. Here's a sneak peek.
Gary US Bonds
It's one thing to be a role model to somebody, but it's a whole other accomplishment to be an inspiration to a whole entire generation! Rocker Gary US Bonds even influenced musical legend Bruce Springsteen!
For someone who's done it all, seen it all and tried it all, all rock 'n' roll legend Eric Burdon wants is to not be misunderstood. He's divulging the secrets, struggles and accomplishments of being a rock hall-of-famer in his new book.
The unmistakable voice behind songs like "Dancing in the Streets" and "Nowhere to Run" is more powerful than it's ever been.
Byrds at Grand Ole Opry
Today is the first Saturday in the third month of the year 2011. The past month was filled with filing the tax return, reading so many contracts that I felt like I should have gone to law school and unpacking suitcases. I woke up remembering that we always called the last day of the week “creative Saturday.” Our travels have kept us away from my desk for so long, that notes were coming in from...
KISS drummer Peter Criss says he's reinventing himself in his 60s.
Bob Rafkin: Songs of a Lifetime
Guitarist Bob Rafkin's rich, musical life has taken him from the Greenwich Village folk scene of the 1960s to working with Joni Mitchell and Arlo Guthrie in LA. Now, in his 60s, he's overcome illness to emerge more prolific than ever.