Personally, age means nothing to me. I have learned that the older we get, the more proficient we are with out instruments. With that being said, I have been working on assembling a small project, and in the processes of doing so I have come across something that I didn't expect. People are asking me what "my" age is. I don't have a problem telling people I'm 33 years old. I'm proud to have about 20 years of playing experience under my belt. However, I was getting ready to audition a very talented (and attractive) female vocalist the other day when she stopped me in my tracks by saying that most people think she is too old to do anything serious. I asked her age only to find out that she is 35. I have also run across a pair of drummers that are in their 40s and a pro level guitarist that is in his mid 40s. These people are rocking just as hard, if not harder than I did 10 - 15 years ago. So how old is too old in your opinion when it comes to a new record contract? A new band? A new tour? .....and so on? Your opinion isn't going to sway me on what I am doing, but I am curious to know your thoughts.