It would appear rock stars know nothing about how to retire, and former (and future?) Rolling Stone Bill Wyman, who turns 76 on Oct. 24, is a prime example.

Wyman's career with the Stones started back in 1962 and ended nearly three decades later, after the 1989-90 Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle tours.

However, none other than Keith Richards has suggested that Wyman may play some role in the group's upcoming 50th anniversary concerts.

He's also penned numerous books based on his childhood experiences after World War II as well as his life in rock 'n' roll.