Two Men Prove You’re Never Too Old to Learn a New Trick

If you take 102-year-old Alan R. Tripp and 88-year-old Marvin Weisbord as examples, then you’re never too old to learn a new trick or achieve something special. Best friends that met a few years ago in a retirement home in Philadelphia, they’ve broken the so-called boundaries of senior citizenship by taking their love of and passion for music to the next level and writing, producing and recording an entire music album. Consisting of eight songs and two remixes, it’s irrefutable proof that senior citizens can – and should – push the boundaries, and their own stereotypes and self-doubt, to try new things and accomplish the unexpected.


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It actually aids longevity, according to the duo, who claim: “We love what we’re doing, and that’s what makes you live as long as us and be happy.” Don’t miss this heartwarming tale of two friends successfully achieving their dreams and spreading joy nationwide in their later years.

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