July 29, 2008
UNDATED (AP) -- Mick Jagger celebrates birthday number 65 today.
But at an age when many people collect pensions or Medicare, there
seems to be nothing retiring about the Rolling Stones frontman.
He's one of the very few musicians who can say they want to
collaborate with Bono, David Bowie and Lenny Kravitz and make it
Jagger has been dealing with retirement questions for half his
life. But it's become apparent that the Stones will roll on as long
as Jagger and Keith Richards are physically able. Richards hits the
65-year milestone in a few months.
In an AP interview last October, Jagger said he looked forward
to doing more work with the Stones. In his words, "We're not
stopping anytime that I know about."
(Copyright Associated Press)
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