Invincible Music Artists Still Performing on Stage

Some artists immortalize themselves in the music industry for generations to come. Take Van Morrison, or Van the Man, a Grammy award winner and Irish national treasure. He started his music career as a teen playing various instruments, then started the band “Them” in 1964.

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He is recognized for his special live performances and beloved hits. Going strong at 74, he’s been knighted by Northern Ireland and showered by numerous accolades and achievements.

The Rolling Stones

Their sales have reached more than 250 million. The Rolling Stones is an iconic band in music history. With a cult following, they have been rocking and rolling for five decades, and still sell out venues to this day.

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Over the decades, they dealt with internal feuds and the developing music industry, but that never stopped them from releasing 30 studio albums and 120 singles over 50 years.

Paul McCartney

For more than 50 years, he’s been the leader of the most popular band of the 20th century, a Grammy award-winning solo artist, and basically has done it all. Paul McCartney is one of the greatest songwriters of all time.

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McCartney is also one of the wealthiest, with a net worth in the billions. He leaves another legacy behind with his extensive charity work.

Stevie Wonder

He has his funky keyboard style, strong vocals; Stevie Wonder is a prominent names in music history. His “classic period” spanned from 1972 to 1977, when he released hits after hit.

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His music shaped pop music and he has gotten a Grammy 25 times. He has been inducted in the Rock and Roll hall of fame and has a star on the Hollywood walk of fame.

Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan is an exemplary figure in American pop culture. His music sparked an anti-war movement and the civil right movement in the 1960s, with heavy themes like politics and societal issues.

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He is known for his folk and rock songs and playing with different genres, releasing all kinds of tunes throughout his career. He also earned the Presidential Medal of Freedom and an Academy Award.