Joanne Warren and Mark Hover at a Yonder Mountain String Band show earlier this month in Solana Beach, Calif., . As more and more baby boomers reach retirement, rock concert crowds are greying as well; Hover says that in his retirement he is attending more than 100 concerts a year.
Joanne Warren and Mark Hover at a Yonder Mountain String Band show earlier this month in Solana Beach, Calif., . As more and more baby boomers reach retirement, rock concert crowds are greying as well; Hover says that in his retirement he is attending more than 100 concerts a year. CARLOS GONZALEZ NYT
Joanne Warren and Mark Hover at a Yonder Mountain String Band show earlier this month in Solana Beach, Calif., . As more and more baby boomers reach retirement, rock concert crowds are greying as well; Hover says that in his retirement he is attending more than 100 concerts a year. CARLOS GONZALEZ NYT

Baby boom generation retiring from work, not concert-going

April 14, 2017 10:15 AM

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