Never cave

Nick Cave rocks into his 50s.

Nick Cave is a perfect example of how musicians should age and continue to be relevant. At 50 he taught himself how to play the guitar and put out two of the most vicious albums of his career, wrote his second novel and the screenplay to one of the best westerns in the last 10 years (The Proposition).

Acting his age, instead of ridiculously trying to hold on to his youthful ways (I’m looking at you, Mick Jagger), he’s become the biggest badass in rock and roll today, making people half his age look like small preschool children.

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