For nearly 30 years, DeVitto helped define one of the most iconic sounds in American rock history: the music of Billy Joel. Then, he was unceremoniously fired from the band. How do you go from the top to redefining yourself and even finding yourself for the first time in decades? And how do you learn to let go of anger? Find out in this episode of What’s Next.
In this episode of What’s Next, we’re changing the way you think about influencers. Did you know there is a growing field of powerful voices over the age of 50 taking over the social media world? Designer and stylist Arlinda McIntosh is one of those embracing the power of social media to celebrate her business and design talents while helping inspire others to be bold in their fashion choices.
In this episode of What’s Next, we’re thrilled to introduce you to Denise Kaufman. She’s an important part of rock history but few know who she is. Denise is the lead singer and bass player for the Ace of Cups, one of the first all-female rock bands.
On this episode of What’s Next, we explore happiness and how to achieve it in the age of COVID-19 with five-time New York Times bestselling author, motivational speaker and award-winning podcast host Gretchen Rubin.
On this week’s show, we catch up with Motown legend and Grammy winner Thelma Houston. She shot to fame with the mega-hit “Don’t Leave Me This Way” in 1977. Now that she’s in her 70s, she’s more active than ever.
On this week’s episode of What’s Next, former pro wrestler Marc Mero joins us for a pep talk unlike any other. Back in his wrestling days, he was known as Johnny B. Badd, but these days, he’s focused on all things good.
Get ready to rock. On a special episode of What’s Next, we’re taking a trip back in time with Harry Diltz, the photographer behind classic rock photos such as the Sweet Baby James and Morrison Hotel album covers, as well as now iconic candids of artists like Crosby, Stills and Nash, Joni Mitchell and Jimi Hendrix. Harry shares the stories behind the pictures, as well as fascinating tales from life in Laurel Canyon in the 1960s and ’70s.
On this episode, as COVID-19 cases continue to surge around the nation, we take the lessons learned from aging and showing you how they can be applied to this new era. Find out how to adapt and accommodate. Plus, have you found your tribe? We introduce you to a man who discovered making a difference was the key to unlocking a whole new life, including treasured new friendships.
On this week’s new episode of What’s Next, we’re thrilled to welcome Kim Campbell, author of the new book, “Gentle On My Mind.” The riveting and candid book details her 34-year marriage to the late legendary singer Glen Campbell.
In this episode of What’s Next, we shine a light on caregivers with co-founder of ARCHANGELS Alexandra Drane. Plus, we go backstage with one of the most legendary songwriters in music history Jimmy Webb.