The Rolling Stones headlining Glastonbury referred to as "night of the living dead"
[This is ageism] Because being an older musician is not the same as being a dead musician. The article insulted a set of first class, older musicians by focusing on their age; by implication, it devalues other older folks. It condones and therefore encourages ageism in my view. It teaches younger people that it is OK to be ageist.
I felt sickened and sad. I felt potentially vulnerable to being judged for my age, rather than merit. It reminds you what I should expect about ageing, and I worried about my future. It reminded me that I need determination to do what I can to change perceptions of older people."