This is a message that I hope inspires other 60+ musicians. I am a real 60+ senior who and has been a struggling musician for many years. When I lost my wife to Cancer I withdrew from the music industry and thought my dream was over. But this June I produced my first YouTube video of a song dedicated to Mother Nature. It was such an inspiring experience that I wanted other 60+ seniors to know that it's never too late to pursue the things you love!
Here's my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGiWolvE_gY
I play Ukulele with a couple of groups - get a great deal of enjoyment from the music (even if my mind goes a bit blank from time to time) - I live in Somerset and play at least twice a week, sometimes more. We play the old favourites and there are those songs I've never heard before, but they soon become familiar. But it all depends on what the leaders like.
I have been listening to or involved in music since I was 11!
Having just joined this site I was wondering if any other people remember using all different formats of recording and playing music what hifi equipment musical instruments etc?
I listen to and played everything and anything throughout the years and miss chatting about all things musical!
Is it just me or are there lots of others out there?
I came across him on YouTube yesterday. It seems he has been around for a few years yet l have not heard of him. He is the first musician to grab my attention in a long time. I am looking forward to getting more familiar with him. I listen to classical music a lot but not crossover. Anyone else like him?