Mick Jagger Returns to the Stage after Heart Surgery
“Rolling Stones” Lead Singer, Mick Jagger was all smiles as he is set to return to the stage for the first time since his heart surgery in April. The 75-year-old revealed that he is “feeling pretty good” in preparation of the band’s North American summer tour.
Mick Jagger is back and better! In a photo shared on the rock ‘n’ roll legend’s Instagram, the 75-year-old subtly told his fans that he is great shape after undergoing heart surgery in April.
The frontman of “Rolling Stones” looked energized and happy in the photo as he stared adoringly at the stadium in front of him dressed in a vee-neck shirt and dark green pants.
Excited to be back on the road for the band’s North American summer tour themed, ”No Filter,” Mick teased his fans about what to expect with a caption that read:
“Looking forward to seeing you all tomorrow! #stonesnofilter”
Fans seemed pretty thrilled with Mick’s revelation as the post garnered over 140,000 likes and several comments.
Mick’s post comes after he resumed rehearsals for the band’s summer tour which was postponed because of his health scare.
“I’m feeling pretty good.”
He also explained that things have been the usual way as he spends most of his time exercising and rehearsing with the band.
However, away from his health, Mick gave hints on what fans should expect from the band. He mentioned that they were trying to switch things up with this performance and surprise their supporters in the process.
“We’re trying to pick some ones we haven’t done in recent years, stuff we haven’t done before. Most of the time, people don’t want too much unusual. People like a little bit unusual. They don’t want 100 percent unusual, he said.”
He added that the song “Memory Motel” was one of the few rare tunes the guys rehearsed a few days back.
While talking about being back on the road, Mick confessed that although he loves touring, he doesn’t love it as much as he used to when he was younger. He said:
“I don’t do it all the time, like 12 months a year. When you’re young, that’s what you do. Today, I spend three or four months on the road in a year, and that seems to be quite a good balance.”
The “Rolling Stones” are kicking off their tour on June 21 in Chicago. It is sure going to be awesome, given that Mick is in 100 percent health!