Mick Jagger On The Mend After Heart Procedure

According to sources close to the 75 year-old Legend, Mick Jagger's heart valve replacement procedure went off without a hitch. Doctors in New York City performed what ended up being a minimally invasive procedure. Jagger was able to avoid major surgery due to the fact that the professionals in the white lab coats were able to repair the valve using a a catheter that accesses a major artery without opening the chest.

He was said to be in great health, recovering well and must rest for four to five days so that the artery can heal without any issues. He could be up and about in a few days, but will need more recovery time before returning to the band's "No Filter" Tour. Want more great news Stones fans? This article in Billboard seems to indicate the scheduled Tour will resume in July with new Dates to Be Announced 'In the Next Couple of Weeks. File Under: Stay Tuned.....

After this latest health scare, I wonder if Mick will be adding this one below to the setlist: (seeing as how it's "a drag getting old......")


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