Published On: Jun 09 2011 04:14:24 PM CDTUpdated On: Dec 18 2015 01:00:00 AM CST
Time is on the side of many of today's music stars, as many are performing well into their 60s and beyond. Let's take a look at some of them, starting with legendary Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, who celebrates his 72nd birthday on Dec. 18.
Paul McCartney: Born June 18, 1942.
David Lee Roth: Born Oct. 10, 1954.
Elton John: Born March 25, 1947.
Robert Plant: Born Aug. 20, 1948.
Mick Jagger: Born July 26, 1943.
Jimmy Page: Born Jan. 9, 1944.
Joe Perry: Born Sept. 10, 1950.
Rod Stewart: Born Jan. 10, 1945.
Pat Benatar: Born Jan. 10, 1953.
Gregg Allman: Born Dec. 8, 1947.
Pete Townshend: Born May 19, 1945.
Roger Daltrey: Born March 1, 1944.
Billy Joel: Born May 9, 1949.
Bruce Springsteen: Born Sept. 23, 1949.
Eagles, from left to right: Don Henley, born July 22, 1947; Glenn Frey, born Nov. 6, 1948; Joe Walsh, born Nov. 20, 1947; and Timothy B. Schmit, born Oct. 30, 1947.
One of the largest bank branches around is closed and customers are feeling left out in the cold. The Bank of America on upper State St. and Hope Ave. is closed and customers say it's been that way for days.
A plan to have fresh water from an ocean desalination plant flowing into the system by October in Santa Barbara is behind schedule and that's causing concerns. A new schedule shows drinking water won't be produced, tested and approved until January.