Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger reached retirement age on Saturday. But the deep grooves lining his face don't mean he can't groove. This aging but still gyrating rocker's last tour with the Stones in 2007 grossed close to $558 million.
Sir Mick is now eligible for a U.K. pension of just under 91 pounds a week, Reuters reports. But, like many of the aging boomers who flock to his shows, Jagger is eschewing retirement because he gets more satisfaction from working. The Rolling Stones and Universal Music Group have signed a long-term recording agreement that includes rights to future albums, Universal announced Friday. The deal also covers iconic anthems like "Brown Sugar," "Angie," and "It's Only Rock 'N Roll," and a "long-term campaign to reposition the Rolling Stones's entire catalogue for the digital age."
Grandpa Jagger also displayed his energetic strutting and pouting in the Martin Scorsese (who is also 65) 2008 rock documentary, Shine a Light. But he will have to wait another five years for free roof insulation, according to Reuters. That benefit is available only to Brits over age 70.