When it comes to music, age should never be a limit. We can certainly learn a lot about that from Inge Ginsberg, a 96-year-old lady that’s unlike any other grandma you’ll meet.
Inge Ginsberg survived the Holocaust and became a spy for the Americans during WWII, smuggling arms to fight the Nazis. She married a composer and they wrote songs together in the 40’s and 50’s that were sung by Nat King Cole, Dean Martin, Doris Day, and Rosemary Clooney, among others. 60 years later, she got back into music and fell in love with Heavy Metal, which she now performs with world-renowned Classical musicians Lucia Caruso and Pedro da Silva – a.k.a. the TritoneKings.
The guys at The New York Times were so inspired by this that they decided to do a piece and a documentary on her. You can watch it in the embedded player below.