By LA Weekly
By Henry Rollins
By Weekly Photographers
By Shea Serrano
By Nate "Igor" Smith
By Dan Weiss
By Erica E. Phillips
By Kai Flanders
Just a couple nights later, I finally dug into the marvelous ’05 DVD compilation The Dick Cavett Show: Rock Icons, which includes a backstage interview with Mick Jagger from 1972. Asked if he could picture himself going onstage at age 60, the then-28-year-old Jagger doesn’t skip a beat, answering without shame, “Yeah, easily.” And as seen in Cavett’s interviews with fans outside the show, Mick was considered old even then.It’s no wonder he doesn’t worry about his age. He’s been officially over the hill most of his adult life. Strike a blow for age: Mick’s performance at Dodger Stadium the other night was infinitely more freakish and energetic than the one documented on Dick Cavett.
Like I said, it’s good to be alive.
THE DICK CAVETT SHOW: ROCK ICONS| Shout Factory
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