Sexy at Seventy

English: Mick Jagger (right) and Ronnie Wood (...

English: Mick Jagger (right) and Ronnie Wood (left) of the Rolling Stones in concert in Chicago (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

It’s okay, relax – I’m not going to scare anyone – I just wanted to post about how amazing the Rolling Stones were last night at Glastonbury. Unfortunately I wasn’t there (it’s been a while since I’ve been to a festival) but I came home last night from a friend’s place and just caught the Stones on TV. I’ve seen them live a few times, and they never fail to deliver the goods. Mick Jagger still has the body he had in the seventies (how does he do  that?), and also, apparently, the energy. I did find myself wondering if he just collapsed in a heap after the event, but so what if he did? He’s been doing it for 50 years and it probably wouldn’t be the first time, if he did.

 

I love them – they are (still) an inspiration!

 

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4 Responses to Sexy at Seventy

  1. PS MacMurray says:

    That is the art of living right there, to be filled with vitality at any age. Culture influences how we see ourselves aging. Jagger is a reminder of one simple truth: the fountain of youth is not found in a product or even a diet; it is found in living according to our inner passion. Just a theory, but I am sticking to it! Thank you for pointing this out.

  2. They’re great, aren’t they. Seventy and still better than so much rot out there today. As for Mick’s body…I’d love to know his secret too. LOL.

    • painterswife says:

      Oh me too! How can anyone maintain a shape for that long? I used to be tiny in my twenties, but seem to have acquired an extra stone a year! (Mind you, it might help if I exercised!)

  3. Shannon says:

    The Stones is on my bucket list. I just saw Paul McCartney a few months ago, and he was amazing. Still looks and sounds the same!

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