Mick Jagger’s doctors have advised him to postpone the Rolling Stones’ North American tour for health reasons.
Mick Jagger will undergo heart surgery to replace a valve.
The news follows the Rolling Stones’ announcement over the weekend that they would be postponing their upcoming North American tour (including their scheduled headlining appearance at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival) due to the singer’s unspecified medical issues. Rolling Stone confirmed that the 75-year-old singer will have surgery for the heart issue.
A source told The Sun: “Mick will be undergoing a non-invasive heart valve procedure. The prognosis is good and this kind of surgery has a high success rate.”
Sir Mick Jagger hopes to be out of hospital 48 hours after heart surgery this weekend — then back on stage by the summer.
The closest show was to Mid Missouri was in Chicago in late June.
No word on rescheduled dates at this time.
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