As a child star, Petula Clark was known as the "British Shirley Temple," but her success continued well past the awkward teenage years. Clark has been performing for more than 50 years, selling more than 70 million records in all.
Inside the Story: Rachel's Final Ride
Her body broke down before her beloved car -- but 93-year-old Rachel Veitch wouldn't have it any other way. Come along as Growing Bolder joins the viral video star for her last ride in her Mercury Comet Caliente.
Inside the Story: Mickey Carroll
Songs about dogs? Credit cards? Raising a child? Mickey Carroll has quite a unique approach to music these days. Back in the 1950s when he released his first record, being a star was all about ego. Now, he's found a more rewarding definition.
Becoming A 'Rock Star' at 53...
I go to prove that you are never too old to keep trying. Although
I have been writing songs and making music for over 50 years, it has
only been in the last year that I have been able to have my dream come
true - to record a CD and share my songs.
As a self taught guitarist, I come from an incredibly talented family -
each with our own style, but where the competition is fierce! I have...
The World's a Stage
Michael Edwards has proven his parents wrong by living his theater dreams for 30 years. He's not worried about becoming a star because he's living his life exactly the way he wants.
Fantasy, Fiction and Fun!
Science fiction is not only alive and well, it's getting bigger all the time. Put on your Vulcan ears and your Ewok costume and come with us to FX International, a show that's out of this world!
Growing Bolder Radio Show: Dec. 19, 2009
This week's guests include country star Lorrie Morgan, The Legacy Project's Andrew Carroll, politician Hazel McCallion and Dr. Michael Bauerschmidt. Plus, GB takes you Inside the Story with music's "Hoochie Coochie Man."