Vocalist of the British rock band The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger successfully underwent surgery to replace an artificial heart valve. As reported on Thursday Billboard magazine, at the moment he is recovering from surgery in a clinic in New York.
The publication clarifies, citing its own sources, that the 75-year-old rock musician is still under the supervision of doctors, but feels good. According to the magazine, Jagger can be discharged in a week. At the same time, as previously reported by the portal Drudge Report, it is expected that Jagger will fully restore his health and re-enter the scene only by the summer.
On Monday, Jagger on Twitter reported that The Rolling Stones postponed a concert tour of the cities of the USA and Canada. From April 20 to July 29, the group had to give 17 concerts in Miami, Chicago, Denver, Washington, Seattle, Philadelphia and other cities.
Group The Rolling Stones, formed almost 57 years ago, in 1960’s years was the main competitor The Beatles.
Half a century of existence, the band has released nearly 50 Studio and live albums, which sold worldwide circulation of more than 250 million copies. The band’s latest Studio album, titled Blue & Lonesome, was released in December 2016.