Duo Record Their First Album At 88, 102 Years Old


Think you're too old to start a new career? Tell that to Marvin Weisberd and Alan R. Tripp, who just released their first album at the ages of 88 and 102.

Their new music career began when the 88-year-old Weisbord took a poem Tripp wrote and set it to music as a gift for Tripp's 100th birthday. The duo began recording in a professional studio near their Pennsylvania retirement community, and just released an eight-song album called Senior Song Book, which takes lyrics about modern-day life and sets them to 1940's-style music.

Senior Song Book was released last month and can be purchased online for $9.99. The CD version has reportedly already sold out.

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