When should a band call it a day?
This question is kind of related to the other two topics of the day. I was thinking about Stephen Pearcy and about how unlike the bands that just do a summer tour, he has been going at it all year. I admire him to some extent, but at this point in his career I have to wonder if it's worth it. I don't think this kind of music is growing on young people and older fans generally want to hear the stuff from the 80's not the stuff off their new albums. So my question is when do you think a band should could call it quits? Should they tour until one night they take the stage and there is no one there? Or is it an age thing? Then again you have people like Alice Cooper and Ted Nugent who are well into their 50's and Lemmy turns 60 this year and these guys are playing hard and still getting an audience.