Published On: Jun 09 2011 04:14:24 PM CDTUpdated On: Jun 18 2015 01:00:00 AM CDT
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 rock 'n' roll legend Paul McCartney, who celebrates his 73rd birthday on June 18, 2015.
David Lee Roth: Born Oct. 10, 1954.
Elton John: Born March 25, 1947.
Joe Perry: Born Sept. 10, 1950.
Keith Richards: Born Dec. 18, 1943.
Robert Plant: Born Aug. 20, 1948.
Mick Jagger: Born July 26, 1943.
David Bowie: Born Jan. 8, 1947.
Jimmy Page: Born Jan. 9, 1944.
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: Glenn Frey, born Nov. 6, 1948; Joe Walsh, born Nov. 20, 1947; Timothy B. Schmit, born Oct. 30, 1947; and Don Henley, born July 22, 1947.
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