With his critically acclaimed summer tour with Cyndi Lauper and the September 28th release his 30th studio album, titled Blood Red Roses, Rod Stewart would be hard pressed to start thinking about retirement now. During a new chat with The Associated Press, Rod Stewart spoke about his career today, with the 73-year-old rocker asking himself: "How long can I go on? That's the million-dollar question. I enjoy it. I get excited by it. And as long as that exists, I think I can carry on for another three weeks (laughter). I never, ever take it for granted, I really don't. It's just the best job in the world -- I know that's an old cliche, but it really is. (Donald) Trump thinks he's got a good job -- I've really got a great job (laughs)."

AUDIO: ROD STEWART ON NOT GIVING UP PERFORMING