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THESE MUSICAL LEGENDS SAY: LIVE AND PLAY LIKE THERE'S NO TOMORROW

Can what you do for a living extend your life? Perhaps, but there is no question that it can help you live your life to the fullest. Meet three legendary musicians -- all world-renowned, all still impressing audiences and all in their 70s and older -- brought together on the same stage.
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Music has the power to change lives, no matter the instrument, where we play or how old we are when we start. Here are some more examples:
What did piano prodigy Leon Fleisher do when he lost the use of one hand? He remembered what he loved about music. And instead of giving up, he started Surviving & Thriving.
Lisa Firestone's passion for music started when she was just a child, but her path to making those dreams a dream career had some bumps. Her determination to keep Growing Bolder changed her life.
Meet the Bats -- as in, old Bats. This popular Kentucky group is fronted by five women and includes dietitians, college professors, a psychologist and an actor. See why they all say age has its advantages.
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As many of you know, Growing Bolder is based in the state of Florida, where millions continue to recover from Hurricane Irma. We're proud to share the efforts of two of our partners in helping people to move forward with their lives.
Growing Bolder Medical Director Dr. Robert Masson and the team at NeuroSpine Institute were able to perform complex spine surgeries for a dozen people, with 360 degrees of care, in the three days after Hurricane Irma -- despite losing power for days at the NSI office and having to juggle schedules to accommodate patients who had come to Orlando from all over the world.
The storm closed the Woman's Worth® offices in Orlando and Jacksonville for days, but the team was able to get out into the Jacksonville community to help those in need, including making a big donation of bottled water to the local Salvation Army. And while the staff members cleaned up damage at their own homes, they were able to connect with clients by phone and online.
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