Monday, October 18, 2010

Rick Springfield: Working Class Author

Looking for a nice book to curl up with in bed? Rick Springfield recommends his new autobiography, Late, Late at Night, now in stores. We caught up with the 80's rock legend tonight at Indigo Manulife, where he was signing copies of his book that candidly delves into his huge success and struggles with depression.

Despite the hard life, can you believe this man is 61 years old? We should all be so lucky to look this good.


  1. It is hard to believe that I look 61 years old man. Unusual and wonderful.

  2. He looks ALMOST the same as he did when I was 12 and listening to K-Tel records. I think you have captured a portrait of Dorian Gray.

  3. Or, we should all be so lucky to have enough $$$ to "maintain" our looks.

  4. He looks great and much younger then 61 that is for sure.

    It should be an inspiration to all of us, age is only a number, it's your heart and spirit and zest for life!

  5. He certainly came out of depression nicely and looking good!!!

  6. It just goes to show you money, fame and success are illusions.
    It would appear he had it all, yet he battled depression as so many people do. As long as there is a light at the end of the tunnel for all who have been there with a lot of love support and acceptance.