Via The New York Times:
After 50 years in the rock music business, the Rolling Stones have an average age of 68, higher than the average age of the justices on the United States Supreme Court. By all accounts, they are aging well, as have their songs.
And judging by the crowds streaming into Barclays Center in Brooklyn for the first Stones concert in the city since 2006, many of their fans are aging gracefully too.
The dominant hair color among the men and women hurrying up to the arena’s doors was silver. The haircuts were mostly expensive, and the shoes peeking out below clean jeans were often of fine leather. Many are now successful professionals who have loved the band since their teens, before they were successful or professional.