Mick Jagger sick: Stones postponed US tour
Rolling Stones suspended upcoming concerts in North America, due to the health condition of their frontman, Mick Jagger.
Stones frontman Mick Jagger
Doctors advised the singer not to go on tour at the moment because he needs medical treatment, said the English rock band on Facebook. What suffers the 75-year-old, lead the group is not enough.
The singer asked his fans on Twitter and Facebook: "I hate to disappoint you," Jagger writes on Saturday. "I'm devastated that I have to delay the tour, but I will work very hard to get back to the scene as soon as possible." According to the band's spokeswoman, "doctors have promised Mick will recover completely to be able to return to the scene as soon as possible," as the Rolling Stone learned.
Rolling Stones had planned more than a dozen appearances in the US and Canada for April, May and June. The new dates for the tour will soon release the group. Already purchased tickets remain valid.
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