Rolling Stones' Frontman, Mick Jagger, aged 75, Getting a Heart Surgery

Updated On 02 Apr, 2019 Published On

Frontman, Mick Jagger of the rock and roll band, Rolling Stones, is set to have heart surgery any time soon.

Currently, 75 years of age, Sir Michael Philip Jagger also known by his stage Mick Jagger is ready for a heart valve replacement surgery which is set to go down this Friday in New York City.

Following the operation, Mick Jagger is expected to have a full recovery that will allow the musician to commence his tour, as per the report provided by Drudge.

Question regarding Jagger's personal health began to surface even though the singer was spotted having a good time with his son at the Miami Beach.

According to Page Six, the musician will have a stent inserted in his heart valves.

They further mentioned,

You can be back at work within weeks

But it could be because the health checks are all set into the insurance for the tour, maybe they’re being careful.

The Rolling Stones canceled their tour last week owing to the singer's troubled health.

Rolling Stones guitarist, Keith Richards apologized to the fans in his Twitter saying,

A big disappointment for everyone

but things need to be taken care of and we will see you soon. Mick, we are always there for you

The tour which has been postponed was set to run from April 20 to July 29.