In his new autobiography, Hunky Dory (Who Knew?) rock and roll accountant Laurence Myers recalls meeting years ago with his client Mick Jagger about starting a pension plan for the singer.
He writes that when the idea of Mick singing in a rock band as a senior came up, the two “roared at the thought…He thought he wouldn’t be singing at 60, let alone 76." But later on in life, Mick obviously reconsidered. Myers says, "He was a very smart man then and still is, which is why he’s still singing rock 'n' roll now.”
Myers has also worked with The Beatles’ Apple Corps, The Kinks, Led Zeppelin and David Bowie during his long career and was recently an executive producer on the new Judy Garland biopic, Judy. (Rolling Stone)