Barbara Streisand Shared A Sweet Birthday Post For Her Sister, Roslyn Kind
As incredible as it is to believe, Barbara Streisand is actually 75. She has been a regular face in the entertainment industry for decades and somehow, remains as radiant as ever. Starting out as a singer was a stepping stone to even greater achievements.
She is even a member of the exclusive EGOT club, a small group of entertainers who have been honored with an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony Award.
About a month ago she shared a congratulatory post about her son Jason Gould, who just turned 51 on December 29th. She took to Instagram where she shared a beautiful photo with her and her son Jason and this sweet note.
Happy birthday to my darling son @jasongouldmusic. Love, Mom
Jason is also an actor and a singer. He played Barbara's son in the movie, The Prince of Tides.
It's her sister's birthday.
It’s been barely two weeks and Barbara is celebrating again. This time, it is her baby sister, Roslyn Kind. She turned 67 yesterday. Barbara shared this throwback photo when Roslyn was still a baby.
Roslyn is the half-sister to Barbara and is also a singer, songwriter, and actress. In 1969, and barely two months after graduating high school, she released her first ever music album. It was titled "Give Me You" and went public in January of 1969.
In the course of her career, she has performed on several ours as a cabaret singer. She has also featured in some concerts with her sister including Back to Brooklyn, and the 2013 European tour, Barbra Streisand LIVE.
And can they sing!
At the Barbra Streisand LIVE tour, Roslyn took to the stage with her half-sister Barbara. They sang the duet ‘Smile’ to an excited audience at the O2 Arena and Barbara was full of amusing quips.
And that was just the tip of the iceberg. Next up was another duet, this time the song was “Happy Days are Here Again/Get Happy”.
It was a heartwarming experience seeing the two sisters so happy on stage singing. Enough to cause a happy tear or two. Bellissimo!
Here’s wishing Roslyn even better years ahead.