Support Y@H on Valley Gives Day 12/12/13!
Save the Date: Valley Gives Day is coming up 12/12/13!
Dear Fans, we want you to be aware of a unique opportunity to make your annual gift to Young@Heart go farther.
We are participating in a special 24 hour online fundraising event on 12/12/13 (Eastern Standard Time).
If you time your gift to Y@H on this one day, your donation can help us win prizes totaling up to $10,000. To participate and help us win, visit our page!
New & Never-Before-Seen Videos
Watch our new videos and subscribe to our YouTube Channel for videos of our most recent live concerts along with never-before-seen footage from historic past performances including "I Feel Good" from the Ellen DeGeneres Show with Dora Morrow and Stan Goldman, "Hey Ya" from Mt. Holyoke College in 2005 with Stan Goldman and Joe Benoit (RIP), "You Can't Always Get What You Want" with Louise Canady (RIP) Live in Denver, "Fix You" with Fred Knittle (RIP) and "Forever Young" and "Nothing Compares 2 U" with Patsy Linderme (RIP) from the film Young@Heart, and "One" from our 2004 concert with Drunk Stuntmen.
Our new album Young@Heart Chorus Now is on sale now on CD and on iTunes as a digital download. It contains 15 new songs and 2 bonus live versions of "Dirty Water" from Calvin Theater, Northampton, MA and "Must Of Got Lost" from Warner Theater, Washington, DC. Our 3rd album to date, it's our first studio project and features a wide range of eclectic songs, both new and old, such as the 1971 country hit "Angel from Montgomery" with a solo by Helen Boston, written by John Prine and popularized by Bonnie Raitt.
Another gem is the soul classic "I Put a Spell on You" by Screamin' Jay Hawkins, originally released in 1956. Hear the album version below or click here to watch soloist Andy Walsh and Y@H sing it live at our 30th Anniversary concerts in October 2012 at the Academy of Music in Northampton, MA.
There are also a few new and cutting edge songs, including "Les Trois Petits Cochons" by Quebecois singer/songwriter Dan Bigras, "All We Have Is Now" by The Flaming Lips, and "Modern Man" from Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire's 2010 album The Suburbs. Tim Kingsbury, lead guitarist and bassist of the band, said "I play in Arcade Fire and i just heard Y@H's version of 'Modern Man'. Sounds amazing. I'm so happy they did one of our songs." For more info on our new album click here.
Upcoming Live Shows
If you're interested in bringing Y@H to your town please check our booking page. We typically perform in fully equipped theaters, as this is a show that relies on theatrical elements. We look forward to exploring opportunities with you via email. Please drop us a line.