Monthly Archives: January 2016

  • phil collins 1991, genesis band, tony banks, mike rutherford, younger, english rock band

    Phil Collins – Part Two: Another Day in Paradise (1986-2016) Including 3 vintage Phil Collins songs – Invisible Touch, A Groovy Kind of Love, Another Day in Paradise On a roll, baby boomer Phil Collins reunited with Genesis members to write and record songs for the next Genesis album, Invisible Touch (1986). The title song lyrics […]

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  • phil collins 1996, english drummer, rock musician, genesis

    Phil Collins – Part One: The Genesis of it All (1951-1985) Including 4 vintage Phil Collins songs – In The Air Tonight, You Can’t Hurry Love, Against All Odds, One More Night New senior citizen and singer-songwriter, musician,  producer, actor & author Phil (Philip David Charles) Collins was born January 30, 1951 in Chiswick, England. A […]

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  • alan alda 1975, father robert alda, american actors, mash, korean war comedy, 1970s sitcoms

    New octogenarian senior citizen Alan Alda was named Alphonso Joseph D’Abruzzo when he was born on January 28, 1936 in New York City.  (Alan Alda early 1960’s Photo: Friedman-Abeles, New York / eBay | Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain) The multi-talented Alan Alda has won six Emmy Awards so far. Five of his Emmy Awards came […]

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  • mordecai richler, florence wood, florence mann, florence richler, married, divorced, 50+, senior years, senior citizen, septuagenarian, catherine boudreau, auschwitz death camp, auschwitz liberation anniversary, jewish, montreal, quebec, canada, cbc, novelist, author, screenwriter, journalist, the apprenticeship of duddy kravitz, stanley mann, fifties, barney's version, london, england, jacob two-two, daniel richler, noah richler, emma richler, martha richler, jacob richler, cancer, whiskey drinking, smoking

    Today, January 27, is the anniversary of the Auschwitz Death Camp Liberation. It’s also the same day that Jewish Canadian journalist, author and screenwriter Mordecai Richler was born on back in 1931.  Photo Below (1983): Ryan Remiorz/CP Trilingual (English, French, and Yiddish) Mordecai Richler was born, raised, and educated in Montreal, Quebec. His parents divorced […]

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  • scott glenn, physically fit senior, healthy, senior citizen, septuagenarian, marine corps, carol schwartz, married, daughters, rio glenn, dakota glenn, baby boomer, bourne legacy, daredevil, kevin garvey sr, martial arts, hiking, climbing, downhill skiiing, motorcycles, 75th birthday,

    Born Theodore Scott Glenn on January 26, 1941 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, actor Scott Glenn almost did not survive his childhood. Now a physically fit and healthy septuagenarian senior citizen, he told Joel Wicklund of the Chicagoist in a 2015 interview that he wasn’t always that way. (Photo: TheMovieSnob.net | Urban Cowboy) “I’m really grateful every […]

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  • memorial service music, funeral memorial service music, celebration of life songs, celebrate life, memories of loved ones, baby boomer music, seniors, baby boomers, sam smith, lay me down

    Is there a song (or a few) that you’d want played at your own funeral memorial service or celebration of life gathering, for the people that are remembering and thinking of you after you’re gone? Newcomer Sam Smith is fast becoming a favourite with fans of all ages including seniors and babyboomers. Lay Me Down was […]

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  • neil diamond, songwriting, singer-songwriter, married, divorced, baby boomers, marcia murphey, barbra streisand, septuagenarian, senior citizen, longfellow serenade, desiree, you don't bring me flowers, love on the rocks, heartlight, delirious, cherry cherry christmas, sweet caroline, back surgery, back pain, quit smoking, the jazz singer, immigration, immigrants, grandfather, katie mcneil

    Neil Diamond, Part 2 of 2: 1973-2016 Vintage Neil Diamond music videos to celebrate his 75th birthday – Longfellow Serenade, Desiree, You Don’t Bring Me Flowers, Love on the Rocks, Heartlight, Delirious, Cherry Cherry Christmas. Neil Diamond continued to rack up Top 20 hits during the remainder of the 1970’s. He wrote the song Longfellow […]

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  • neil diamond, 1963, septuagenarian, senior citizen, cherry, cherry, solitary man, sweet caroline, holly holy, cracklin' rosie, i am...i said, song sung blue, barbra streisand, abraham lincoln high school, fencing, poetry, songwriting, singer-songwriter, jaye posner, married, divorced, marjorie diamond, elyn diamond, baby boomers, marcia murphey, brother love's traveling salvation show, jesse michael diamond, hot august night, jonathan livingston seagull

    Neil Diamond, Part 1 of 2: 1941-1973 Vintage Neil Diamond music videos to celebrate his 75th birthday – Cherry, Cherry, Solitary Man, Brother Love’s Traveling Salvation Show, Sweet Caroline, Holly Holy, Cracklin’ Rosie, I am…I Said, Song Sung Blue Septuagenarian senior citizen, musician and singer-songwriter Neil Diamond was born on January 24, 1941 in Brooklyn, […]

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  • January is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month This infographic from Ireland’s Bluebird Care gives some potentially preventative tips and insights into Alzheimer’s Disease of interest to seniors, their families, and caregivers – as well as the impacts to healthcare systems and countries that Alzheimer’s patients reside in.  Did you know that although the prevalence of Alzheimer’s Disease […]

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  • dolly parton 2011, american singer songwriter, country music singer, baby boomer fans, senior citizen, seniors, 50+, senior years, septuagenarian, aging, retirement

    Dolly Parton Turns 70 Part 2: Crossover, Film & Business Success (1977-2015) Vintage Dolly Parton music videos : Here You Come Again, 9 to 5, Islands in the Stream, Those Memories of You, Rockin’ Years. (Dolly Parton with a friend’s baby, 1983 Photo: Alan Light | Flickr Some rights reserved) Fresh off her cancelled Dolly variety […]

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