Singing the Blues to Overcome Them
Jacqueline Jones was a beloved jazz singer, when suddenly everything fell apart. She suffered a brain aneurysm, had both knees replaced and her son and husband died. Life throws challenges at us all. She faced hers head-on.
Eight Miles High: Historic Home Movie Rediscovered
In 1965, The Byrds' Gene Clark, Roger McGuinn, and David Crosby wrote the song Eight Miles High about their plane trip to England. Two years later, the group returned to London and McGuinn took along his home movie camera -- now he's unveiling the film.
Mr. Tambourine Man
Come along as we visit Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Roger McGuinn at home. A GB Exclusive!
We Are the Water Buffalos
Can the 30-minute infomercial be far behind? A combination of boot camp and aerobics class, macho style.
A Second Chance for TV/Broadway Star
Shelly Burch was a star on TV and Broadway when she made the decision to walk away from it all. Her life was a shambles, rocked by showbiz excess. It took years for her to find herself. But now she's back, and more passionate than ever before.
Name That TV Tune
Who knows TV tunes better? A Boomer or a Gen Xer? Find out in this no-holds-barred intergenerational smackdown!
Sneak Peek at Exclusive Roger McGuinn Concert
GB President Marc Middleton lets you in on a little secret -- The Byrds' Roger McGuinn is taking you on the road for a concert on rails that travels through the history of rock and roll.
Roger McGuinn Stays Cool
We knew he was cool, but this takes it to a whole new level. Byrds founder Roger McGuinn has gone green with solar-powered ice.
It's Never Too Late to Shine
Ever dream of being on stage in a big production? The Fab Follies prove that all of us have a little Broadway inside us.
Julie Andrews is one of the most beloved movie musical stars of all time. When her famous voice was silenced after a failed surgery, many wondered what she'd do next. There should have been no surprises that she'd come up with something big.