They’re Not Like Me is a song right out of Rumblings of Revolution, Granny’s latest album. In the song, there’s a line where Granny sings: “30, 50, 70, I’m still me.” That is the spirit of this song, this album and this program, which is a stand against stereotyping of all kinds. Granny Rocks is herself a prime example of defying stereotyping. A woman, 72 years old, disabled and ailing, Granny Rocks defies stereotyping. Her music is fresh and exciting, and her commentary is warm, yet penetrating. Come on down, if you can, or think of other senior residences that would benefit from a Granny Rocks Experience. I’m Old, But I’m Still Me is a message that needs to be reinforced among the old, the young, the disabled, the divorced, the homeless, Republicans, Democrats, everyone. Let’s stop judging each other and start embracing with another. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Offered by Westmont Town Court and facilitated by TheInnerRevolution.Org.
A program for all people who want to be seen, not stereotyped! Join residents and their families at Westmont Town Court, a lovely senior facility in Escondido, CA. Can you think of other senior residences that would welcome a Granny Rocks Experience? Facilitated by TheInnerRevolution.Org. Free of charge. All are welcome.