Mick Jagger is definitely not fading away as he hits the grand old age of 70 on Friday.
Known for his big lips and swivelling hips, The Rolling Stones frontman has achieved a great deal over seven decades.
Not only is he a multi-millionaire from his hit records and sell-out tours, he's won two Grammys, one Golden Globe and has even been knighted by Prince Charles.
Born Michael Philip Jagger, Mick was the son of a teacher, Basil, and a hairdresser, Eva, in Dartford, Kent in 1943. He went on to study business at the London School of Economics.
He's been married twice, once to Bianca Perez Marcias, and the second time to Jerry Hall. In total he has seven children by four mothers and to date has four grandchildren.
Despite saying several times as a young man he'd never be playing when he was older, Jagger continues to tour. His latest “50 Years and Counting” saw him and the rest of Stones play 30 sell-out gigs around the world, grossing over $100 million dollars.