Culture (and TV) The 254-Year-Old Quartet, "Get Back" by Alex Balk March 30, 2012 Here are Paul McCartney, Ronnie Wood, Roger Daltrey and Paul Weller—who, at a sprightly 53, totally skews the average age of the group—performing a 43-year-old song last night in London. Not bad, for old people. [Via] facebook twitter google+ pinterest email The "quiet" one. Read more by Alex Balk on The Awl Leandro Fresco, 'El Reino Invisible'Why Aren't You Sharing, Loser?Clark, "Flame Rave"You Know What's Terrible? Everything.'Nice Putin' Would Be A Good Name For A Band paul mccartney Paul Weller Roger Daltrey Ronnie Wood Video Culture (and TV) Carly Rae Jepsen, "I Really Like You" The Concessionist In Praise of Getting Back Together with the Dude Who Dumped You it was a riot The Lager Beer Riot and the Birth of Law and Order The More Things Change What Color Were Her Eyes? Things to Read Also, You Will Never Know Whether What You Call Love Is Experienced Comparably By The People Who Love You Culture (and TV) Leandro Fresco, 'El Reino Invisible' presented without commentary Lines from the New Yorker's 3.5-Star Yelp Listing book reports A Friendly Race With My Pal Nate P.