Professional ukulele player Bill Tapia isn't slowing down anytime soon, and he's 101 years old. That's right – he's 101.
And he's still touring and playing live shows as if he were a 23-year-old rock star. "I feel 101 years young," he said.
Tapia started playing the ukulele when he was 7 and at age 10 he was playing for World War I Army and Navy soldiers for morale entertainment.
Two years later, Tapia was snatched up by vaudeville at age 12 and delighted audiences with his ukulele skills until he was 15. Then he tried his hand at performing on luxury passenger trips for three years.