The lead singer and one of the founder members of the Rolling Stones Mick Jagger successfully underwent a heart valve surgery, which was conducted by doctors at a hospital in New York, reports Billboard magazine citing sources.
According to the sources, now doctors monitor the condition of the musician, as after surgery, transcatheter aortic valve prosthesis, there may be various complications. Jagger now needs rest, the recovery period after such an operation is four to five days, the magazine notes.
On Saturday, it became known that the Rolling Stones postponed a tour of the United States and Canada to a later date due to the fact that the vocalist of the band Mick Jagger needed to undergo treatment. As the group stated, because of the need for treatment, the doctors advised the musician “is not to ride in the tour.” What kind of health problems bother Jagger was not reported.
The circulation of the Rolling Stones albums, which account for more than 20 studio recording, is more than 250 million copies. Two hundred million records were sold in the United States; it is for these indicators that the group formed in 1962 is one of the most successful in the world. In 1989, the Rolling Stones were included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and in 2004 they were ranked fourth on the list of 50 of the greatest performers of all time, according to Rolling Stone magazine.