The leader of The Rolling Stones, Mick jagger, will undergo heart surgery this week in New York, as reported on Monday the web Drudge Report.
The news comes just after the British formation announced the suspension of concerts in North America of his tour No Filter because Jagger needs a "medical treatment" that he did not specify. According to the website, which does not identify its sources, Jagger will be operated to replace a heart valve. It is expected that the musician will recover completely and rExit to the stages in summer.
Jagger will be operated to replace a heart valve
Other sources assured the web Page Six, From the newspaper The New York Post, that the surgical intervention will require the implantation of a "stent", a metallic element that resolves the abrupt obstruction in the coronary arteries.
"You can go back to work in a matter of weeks," a source told the publication. In the statement, the band explained that the doctors of Jagger, 75, told him that he should be treated and could not go on tour "at this time," although they expect him to "recover fully" from his ailment.
The musician will return to the stage in summer
The band apologized for the inconvenience and assured that those who have bought tickets will be able to use them when the new concert calendar is announced "soon". For his part, Jagger lamented on Twitter his indisposition and told his followers: "I hate to disappoint you in this way." "I am devastated to have to postpone the tour, but I will do my best to return to the stage as soon as possible, once again, huge apologies for everyone," he wrote.
After the end of last year, the European part of the "No Filter" tour, which began on September 9, 2017, the Rolling Stones set out to carry out the second phase between April and June with 17 concerts planned in the USA. and Canada.