Plus, Roger McGuinn of The Byrds performs his political satire song exclusively for GB!
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HOLD THE LINE


Toto was one of the most successful bands of the 1980s and the voice of Bobby Kimball was one of the reasons why. With hits like Rosanna, Africa and Hold the Line reaching the Top 5, the band's songs helped define the sound of a generation. Then, at the height of its popularity, the band fired Kimball. He talks to Growing Bolder about those dark days and how only one thing could bring him joy again -- hitting the road to perform live music.

Find out why he still tours more than 250 days a year and how he credits his passion for music for not only keeping him alive but also staying vibrant at the age of 69.

Click here to watch our conversation with Bobby Kimball
When Growing Bolder founder/CEO Marc Middleton spoke at the Center for Successful Aging at the University of California-Fullerton this past weekend, he met 93-year-old Barbara Beskind. We've featured Barbara on Growing Bolder Radio and in Growing Bolder Magazine. Barbara works for IDEO -- one of the top design firms in the world. She got the job at age 90 and works primarily on projects pertaining to aging.

"People who design for the elderly think they need jeweled pill boxes or pink canes. We need functional equipment," Beskind says.

To hear more of her amazing story, click here to listen to our Growing Bolder Radio conversation with her.
Did you know that Roger McGuinn, co-founder of the legendary folk-rock band The Byrds, wrote songs for a Broadway musical in the 1970s? The show never made it to the stage, but thankfully for the rest of us, the The Byrds recorded and released those songs on several albums in the 1970s. One of the those songs is “I Wanna Grow Up to Be a Politician,” and even today, its sharp-witted satire has made it a favorite of many.

Roger, who is also a Growing Bolder contributor, explains the story behind the song and why he still gets a special thrill when he hears it playing on NPR. Find out why Roger thinks the song still resonates in today’s political environment. Then watch a special Growing Bolder exclusive performance of the song, recorded in Roger’s home studio.
Click here to watch Roger McGuinn perform his political satire song
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