Where I live in SI, New York, I'm in a local theatre group that does about 6-7 shows a year. Now there's about 35-40 people in the group total (this being the regular's, the number is usually higher of volunteers who want to be in certain shows), and a good chunk of them are kids aged 6-15.
Anyway, the Tuesday that just passed, the group was in rehearsal for it's Easter show (Godspell), and as we were sitting around waiting for everyone to show up, I put on a CD in the stereo that we use to play CD's. Anyway, it came from my collection, and it was a best of The Steve Miller Band CD ("Shubada du ma ma" to be exact). Slowly, a group of the youngins came over to me and started to listen to the song. Now, given their age, I figured they'd yell for me to put on some music more in their taste, but surprisingly, a few of the kids began bobbing their heads to the song (the two youngest even started dancing to it). Finally, one of the boys, whose about 9 years old, asked me "What is this, it's pretty good!"
"The Steve Miller Band" I replied.
"When did they come out, are they new?" He asked me.
Point blank, I tell him, "He's been around longer then you've been alive."
The lad's eyes grew big for a moment, then they went back to normal and he said "So their old huh? Well, they still sound good."