Legendary Rock Star Mick Jagger Back On Track After Heart Surgery

Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones in concert in 2017. Photo by Philippe Perusseau/REX/Shutterstock (9159691a)

The legendary rock star Mick Jagger had reportedly been given the all-clear by his doctors after the emergency heart surgery that was performed on him.

The frontman of the Rolling Stones was ordered to rest by the doctors after the dangerous procedure, but now he has been allowed to go on tour again.

The rock band was forced to cancel their appearance on their U.S. tour after the 75-year-old Mick Jagger had keyhole heart surgery in New York in April 2019. Apparently, the doctors discovered the problem during his routine scan.

Jagger’s eldest daughter Jade Jagger posted a picture on her Instagram profile of her father smiling and hugging her on May 10th.     

After the surgery, Mick Jagger who had a heart valve replacement announced to his fans that he was doing fine, but the new dates for their No Filter tour which was scheduled to start in April in Miami, Florida are still unknown.