Mick Jagger appears to be on the road to recovery after undergoing heart surgery.
The iconic Rolling Stones frontman recently underwent surgery to replace a damaged valve, postponing a number of US tour dates with the rock group in order to do so.
Following the surgery, Jagger addressed fans: “Thank you, everyone, for all your messages of support, I’m feeling much better now and on the mend – and also a huge thank you to all the hospital staff for doing a superb job.”
Now, the 75-year-old singer has shared a snap to confirm that he’s fighting fit after the surgery, simply captioned: “A walk in the park”.
A walk in the park ! pic.twitter.com/d13GySbHCC
— Mick Jagger (@MickJagger) April 11, 2019
Next Friday ( 19th April), The Rolling Stones are set to release Honk, a new “best of” compilation.
While rescheduled dates for the postponed ‘No Filter’ tour have not been revealed, the 17 postponed dates are likely to take place as soon as July, a source told the BBC.
Tour promoters AEG Presents/Concerts West have reassured would-be concert goers that their tickets will be valid for the postponed concert.
John Meglen of Concert West told Billboard: “We’re beginning to look at the rescheduling options and we’re going to try and do this as quickly as we can,” going on to add that rescheduled dates could be announced, “in the next couple of weeks.”
Photo via Mick Jagger’s Twitter