Never Too Old Documentary

Never Too Old is a new documentary depicting music’s power to enrich life for older audiences, and for the musicians themselves. This half-hour film highlights the power of music and explores the paths that led professional musicians (including me!) to perform for older audiences. It shines a light on MusicianFest, an initiative of the Music Performance Trust Fund, to provide free musical performances at senior centers and assisted living facilities in the US and Canada.

Three mature women smiling. They are dressed in shades of pink and red. A banner with the words Musician Fest appears behind them.

Watch the half-hour documentary in its entirety on the Music Performance Trust Fund website.
I appear around minute 19. Watch the whole documentary—it’s inspirational!


roses

Loved the documentary, and You, Miss lovely singer, player, entertainer! I hope it inspires others to sing for those who think they’re forgotten. You’ve woken my inner musician, inspired my progress and are responsible for a lotta lonely folks letting music into their hearts and lives.

—T.O.

roses

Brava! The documentary really touched me, especially, since I and my “girlfriends” are at the end of our 7th decade and will be moving into our 8th next year. We aren’t able to get together as we once did because of transportation and physical issues. But I know we all can remember the music and songs of our youth and those memories bring forth a lot of good feelings. Bless you and your compadres for bringing joy to our generation‼️

—L.K.

roses

…I saw the Musician Fest video with you playing and singing for the seniors, great job! Carry on, you’re an inspiration!

—C.W.