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.
Merv Griffin has called Michael Andrew one of the greatest singers of all time.
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.
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.
After a 40-year absence, Shangri-Las lead singer Mary Weiss is back with a new pop album.
He sings, he writes award-winning songs and he's also one of the most successful music producers in history. Ron Dante has a plate full of accolades, including being the lead singer of a cartoon band.
He's an American treasure and is still going strong in his 80s. But Andy's had his share of ups and downs, which he discusses with GB from his autobiography, "Moon River and Me."
Rain Pryor may have inherited her famous father's sense of humor, but she adds her own sense of sass and style to her performances and books.
A Rock Legend's Legacy - Coasters' Carl Gardner
On June 12, 2011, a legend of rock 'n roll passed away and nobody noticed. Carl Gardner who died at the age of 83 was one of the most unique characters in the history of rock. Yet, his name is mostly anonymous to listeners today, and that’s just wrong!
As lead singer of the Coasters in the 1950s, his is the voice that propelled the iconic classics Yakety Yak, Charlie Brown and Poison Ivy...
Barbara Van Orden
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.