The American Rolling Stones tour is likely to take place in July, after Mick Jagger had to postpone 1
The group collaborates with promoters to transfer impressions, on the background of reports that Jagger
"I really hate you like this," tweeted the star after the tour was postponed for the weekend.
"I will work hard to get back to the scene as soon as I can."
The Drude's American gossip website was the first to report that Jagger needed an operation to replace the heart valve. Subsequently, this story was confirmed. American Musician Rolling Stone
The 75-year-old boy is expected to complete his recovery and return to the tour this summer.
"We are beginning to look at redevelopment options, and we will try to do it as quickly as" We can " , – said John Meglen, promoters of Stones Concerts West.
"First of all, it's healthy and happiness," he told Billboard, adding that new dates could be announced "in the next few weeks."
It was expected that on April 20 in the state of Miami at the Hard Rock stadium, the American foot tour No Filter was launched. Completed two months later in Ontario, Canada.
Friend Stone Kate Richards wrote after the transfer, "Great disappointment for everyone, but things have to be taken care of, and we will see in the near future."
Traveler Ronnie Wood added "We will miss you over the next few weeks, but we look forward to you again very soon
Although the main performances will be postponed, the band's main performance at the New Orleans Jazz Festival was canceled.
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