I couldn't resist putting this up, either.
Only because they are beautiful, and we're unlikely to see them any other way...
This doesn't really have anything to do with our Salon, per se, I just really like it. And think that you might, too. The settings won't allow me to embed it here, but you can see it on Vimeo. Sing the Water Song from Sing The Water Song on Vimeo.
OK, yes...I'm a little stuck on the Time Goes By blog... but look what I found!! She has a whole category called TGB Interviews, here. Here's a direct link to one with Betty White from 2011, when she was only 88!
Not much to be said. I love to hear a song writer sing her/his own material. hmmm... 'their' own material... ?
90 year old Hollywood Swing Dance legend Jean Veloz dancing with Lindy/ Swing dance instructor Steve Conrad of the Arizona LIndy Hop Society at FatCat Ballroom in Phoenix, AZ Music by Solomon Douglas. Full disclosure: Ms. Veloz danced all her life, much of it professionally. I found this link to notice of her 95th birthday, which includes links to some of her much older material.
From a famous Older, here's Willie Nelson's latest effort, published on Youtube only a month ago. He's 86 years old now. Some horse lovers and maybe some old women will appreciate this particular song. Ride Me Back Home: And check out this one, published just Last Week. Hear an Older sing about the passage of time in Come On Time:
Clara is dead now. But she was a cool old woman who started posting videos to Youtube 12 years ago. She's funny, and tells stories throughout the cooking process. Clara Cannucciari: 98 year old cook, author and great grandmother, Clara, recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression....
Lyn Burnstine, among many other things, is an inspiring Elder who has a flair for language, sings, and is a repository of knowledge of American Traditional Folk Music. In this video, she sings with her group, "The Merry Wives". She also writes Reader Stories at TGB (blog-Time Goes By). She's the one in the middle.