According to a report from Page Six, Mick Jagger has his groove back. Following canceled tour dates with his band, The Rolling Stones, as well as heart surgery, the legendary frontman was bouncing around in his workout studio in a video posted to Instagram.
On Wednesday, the British rocker rocked out in his studio just a few weeks after he got heart surgery. A month ago, in April, the 75-year-old frontman had to get surgery on one of his heart valves. Doctors had to remove the blockage and fix faltering arteries.
About one week after he got surgery, Mick took to his Instagram account to thank his many fans for their support. He said in front of his millions of followers, “I’m feeling much better now and on the mend.” Jagger thanked the hospital staff as well for their tremendous work.
As a consequence of Mick’s health problems, the legendary rock band had to postpone parts of their tour. Despite the fact Mick is back on top of the game, they haven’t announced any tour dates as of yet. Sources who spoke with Billboard claimed dates will likely be updated in July.
Fans online were disappointed when it was first revealed the tour was postponed, however, most were quite understanding of the singer’s circumstances, considering his age and commitment to The Rolling Stones, even after fifty years.
Mick and The Stones have gone down in history as one of the most iconic bands of all time, and the fact they still tour today, despite being in their 70s, is an impressive feat. According to the singer’s Wikipedia page, Mick has a busy family life as well; he has 8 children with five different women, and has been married and divorced once.
During the rise of the Stones back in the 60s and 70s, Jagger was considered by many to be a countercultural figure, due to his admitted drug use and experimentation, as well as his romantic relationships. Reportedly, the rockstar has a net worth of approximately $360 billion.