Mick Jagger isn’t done surprising us! The wacky Rolling Stones frontman isn’t ready to give up the microphone or his legendary dance moves just yet. Check out the video above to see Mick back in action just weeks after a major heart op...
The Rolling Stones have had a huge following since the 60s. A real rock sensation, the British group is known worldwide for their legendary songs such as Satisfaction and Paint it Black. The lead singer, Mick Jagger has revolutionised the world of rock music with his voice and impressive performances.
The singer recently underwent surgery
In April, Mick Jagger underwent a strenuous heart operation. Although the fans were worried about the 75-year-old singer’s health, Mick Jagger was keen to reassure them with a video he posted on his Twitter account. In the video, we can see the singer swaying his hips to ‘Techno Fan’ by The Wombats.
‘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.’
In view of his hospitalisation, 17 dates have had to be postponed between April and June in the United States. The singer promised his fans that he would be back on the stage very soon, as this video proves. The least we can say is that Mick Jagger hasn’t lost his swagger and that’s good news.
Check out the video above to see Mick on the mend!