Music & Aging

From Carrie Brownstein over at Monitor Mix, a post worth checking out:

Last week, I received an interesting suggestion for a post. I was asked to ponder whether one’s relationship to music — either strictly as a fan or as both a fan and a musician — keeps one in a delayed or perennial state of adolescence.

So, does music keep us young? And is that a good thing?


I wanted to leave a comment, but the first commenter said almost exactly what I was thinking: What does it mean that most people continue to listen to the music they listened to when they were, say, 15-25?

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