"Linda Linda/Funky Monkey Baby" with Pat Booth & Steve Martin
Young@Heart Chorus featuring Pat Booth and Steve Martin sing "Linda Linda" (The Blue Hearts) and "Funky Monkey Baby" (Carol) at Y@H's 2nd annual Intergenerational Mash-Up, Smith College's John M Greene Hall, Northampton, MA, April 25, 2014. Video produced by NCTV.
"I'm Your Man" with Bill Sheppard at our April Fools Show
Young@Heart Chorus and soloist Bill Sheppard sing "I'm Your Man" by Leonard Cohen at Young@Heart's 1st annual April Fools Show 2014 at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, MA
"Angel from Montgomery" by Helen Boston at 30th Anniversary
Recorded live at our 30th Anniversary concerts in October 2012 at the Academy of Music in Northampton, MA, written by John Prine, popularized by Bonnie Raitt,
"Watchin' the River Flow" featuring Arthur Klein (RIP)
Arthur Klein (RIP) sings "Watching the River Flow" by Bob Dylan in one of his last live performances at Young@Heart's first annual April Fools Show 2014 at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, MA
"Wish You Were Here" with Pat Ervin, Claire Couture & SciTech Band's Angel Robles
Recorded live at our 2nd annual Intergenerational Mash-Up on April 25, 2014, Young@Heart featuring Pat Ervin (RIP) and Claire Couture singing "Wish You Were Here" (Pink Floyd) with guest rapper Angel Robles of SciTech Band reinterpreting "Subterranean Homesick Blues" (Bob Dylan) at Smith College's John M Greene Hall, Northampton, MA. Video produced by NCTV.
"Forever Young" Young@Heart, PS22 Chorus & SciTech Band
An historic performance bringing together young and old onstage. Recorded live February 17, 2013 at John M. Greene Hall in Northampton, MA.
"Fix You" performed by Fred Knittle (RIP)
Fred Knittle performs "Fix You" by Coldplay in a scene from "Young@Heart".
Young@Heart Chorus performs "Forever Young" by Bob Dylan at Hampshire County Jail in the Spring of 2006 with soloists Elaine Fligman (RIP), Jack Schnepp, Lenny Fontaine (RIP), and Eileen Hall (RIP) in the prison scene from the film "Young@Heart" now available on DVD and iTunes.
"I Put a Spell on You" LIVE 30th Anniversary concert
Soloist Andy Walsh (85 years old), the chorus, and the Y@H band breathe new life into this soul classic by Screamin' Jay Hawkins, originally released in 1956 recorded live at our 30th Anniversary concerts in October 2012 at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, MA.
"Modern Man" LIVE 30th Anniversary concert
Steve Martin (85 years old) and Y@H sing "Modern Man" with backup vocals by Rollie Emond, Pat Booth, Claire Couture, Jeanne Hatch & Pat Cady live in October 2012 at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, MA. The song was originally written and released by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire.
Joe Benoit (RIP) sings "One" with Drunk Stuntmen (2004)
Y@H, Drunk Stuntmen and soloist Joe Benoit perform "One" by U2 at the Back to Back concert in November 2004 at the Academy of Music Theatre in Northampton, MA. This song did not make the final concert DVD and has been unreleased until now.
Ralph Intorcio (RIP) sings "Diamonds Are A Girl's Bestfriend"
Ralph Intorcio (1927-2012) joined Y@H because "they needed men!" And what a man Ralph is! Here he performs his send-up of Carol Channing in the first documentary on Y@H: The Earlier Years.
"The Star Spangled Banner" Fenway Park 6/21/08
"Road to Nowhere" Music Video
From the Walker George film "Young@Heart" this music video of the song "Road to Nowhere" was filmed on location in Y@H's hometown Northampton, Massachusetts.
Interview with Dora B. (Parker) Morrow (90)
Interview with Dora B. (Parker) Morrow, born in 1922, 90 years young and the oldest current member of Young@Heart. Chorus member since 2002.
"Alive and Well" LIVE Concert Footage
A compilation of live concert footage from our 2010 tour to Colorado. The concert, entitled "Alive and Well", features the chorus performing a variety of well known and obscure songs from many genres of music.
Dancing in the Dark
Clip from the The Walker George documentary "Young@Heart"
Young@Heart LIVE in Tokyo, Japan
Y@H sing Sukiyaki, Linda Linda, and Ameagari No Yozorani in Japanese on the final show of their 2010 Japanese tour, in Tokyo's Orchard Hall.
The Early Years with Young@Heart
Scenes from the first documentary on Y@H, this film follows the Chorus to Rotterdam, Holland on their first trip to Europe and shows the zany and tender sides of members' lives. Barbara Allen (Director/Producer), Terri Allen (Associate Producer), Alan Dater (Director of Photography).
Interviews with the Chorus & the Director
Interviews with Y@H members Lenny Fontaine, Stan Goldman, Glenda Philips, and Y@H director Bob Cilman interspersed with clips from the movie "Y@H"
"Young@Heart" Movie Trailer
Trailer from the The Walker George documentary "Young@Heart" released by Fox Searchlight.