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William Shatner releases new album, may reach space with Blue Origin

TechCrunch 27 September, 2021 - 11:18am

The 90-year-old actor would be the oldest person to reach space.

The flight made Funk the oldest person and Daemen the youngest person to reach space.

My album “BILL” is available now! 🙌🏻 Not only is this entire album important to me but “Black Horse” 🐎 is quite significant. It’s a story of my love for horses, my relationship with my champion, and how his life affected me. Check out https://t.co/G48EJazvqK pic.twitter.com/iujVSqRFVFSeptember 24, 2021

Despite having long since retired from "Star Trek," Shatner's iconic recording career is still flourishing and on Friday (Sept. 24), he released a new spoken-word album, called "Bill." The songs on the album were co-written and produced by Dan Miller of the band They Might Be Giants, along with writer Robert Sharenow. 

In one track, Shatner describes his own experience of watching the Apollo landing while sleeping on a truck on Long Island during a summer theater stint when his career was in peril.

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William Shatner releases new album, may reach space with Blue Origin

Space.com 27 September, 2021 - 11:18am

The 90-year-old actor would be the oldest person to reach space.

The flight made Funk the oldest person and Daemen the youngest person to reach space.

My album “BILL” is available now! 🙌🏻 Not only is this entire album important to me but “Black Horse” 🐎 is quite significant. It’s a story of my love for horses, my relationship with my champion, and how his life affected me. Check out https://t.co/G48EJazvqK pic.twitter.com/iujVSqRFVFSeptember 24, 2021

Despite having long since retired from "Star Trek," Shatner's iconic recording career is still flourishing and on Friday (Sept. 24), he released a new spoken-word album, called "Bill." The songs on the album were co-written and produced by Dan Miller of the band They Might Be Giants, along with writer Robert Sharenow. 

In one track, Shatner describes his own experience of watching the Apollo landing while sleeping on a truck on Long Island during a summer theater stint when his career was in peril.

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