Petula Clark became a mega-superstar in Europe before crossing the ocean and becoming a household name in America with her hit song "Downtown."
Sonic Soup for the Soul
He's written music for NBC sports, artist Thomas Kinkade and for a 3-year-old victim of child abuse. Many critics consider his songs poignant, intimate and healing. You'll wonder why you've never heard of him before.
The unmistakable voice behind songs like "Dancing in the Streets" and "Nowhere to Run" is more powerful than it's ever been.
Legendary singer/songwriter Neil Sedaka sits down with Growing Bolder to celebrate a milestone.
Country music legend Mel Tillis has been entertaining audiences for more than 50 years.
Weird Al Yankovic Outlasts Many of His Targets
There's never been around quite like Weird Al Yankovic in the music business. He's the biggest selling comedy recording artist of all time, and his new album is racing up the charts. Find out how he's more relevant than ever.
Before she was Wonder Woman, Lynda Carter's dream was to find success as a recording artist. She never gave up on that dream.
He was born a poor kid in the projects. But thanks to his talent and enthusiasm, he quickly rose to become one of the most successful -- and most beloved -- artists of all time. We catch up with the incomparable Chubby Checker.
Growing Bolder Radio Show: Sept. 24, 2011
The most decorated gymnast in U.S. history has a story that can save the lives of the women in your life. Plus, Weird Al is more popular than ever. He explains how he's outlasted many of the artists he's parodied over the years.