How does Mick Jagger do it? Now over 70, the Stones frontman still struts around the stage with all the vigour and vitality of those early performances that took the world by storm back in the 60s.
Perhaps the secret to his success can be found somewhere among the masses of material featuring at a brand new Rolling Stones exhibition opening at the Saatchi Gallery in April, 2016.
By the sounds of it, Exhibitionism has plenty to offer not only younger music fans discovering the Stones for the first time, but also long-time die-hards who think they know everything there is to know about the legendary band.
Running through the summer until early September, the exhibition takes up two floors with nine thematic galleries. Visitors can check out more than 500 Stones artefacts and enjoy interactive technologies and wraparound cinematic experiences charting the band's incredible 50-year history, according to the exhibitions' webpage.
Besides hitherto unseen paraphernalia from the Stones' dressing rooms and backstage areas, you'll also find everything from instruments to iconic costumes and band-related artwork.
Jagger, Richards, Wood and Watts won't be there in person, but Exhibitionism sounds like the next best thing.
It costs a few quid to enter, but for anyone who's been to a Stones gig in the last 20 years, the ticket prices will seem like a veritable bargain.