Rod Stewart is going all reflective with his autobiography out later this year.
And an album with songs he has recorded and describes as "grown-up". The themes include divorce and advice to children and grand-children.
Mr Stewart is still an active and fit sort of fellow in his late 60s. But this acceptance of growing old might offer a rich vein for reworking some of his classic hits over the coming decades. Look out for:
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