Mick Jagger patient: move the stones on US tour
The Rolling Stones have postponed their upcoming concerts in North America due to the illness of their frontman Mick Jagger.
Stones frontman Mick Jagger
Doctors have advised the singer is currently not able to go on tour, because he was in need of medical assistance, the British rock band announced on Facebook. The fact that the 75-year-old is suffering, the group has not led.
The singer asked his fans on Twitter and Facebook, to apologize, "I hate to disappoint you," was written by Jagger on Saturday. "I'm devastated that I had to postpone the tour, but I'm going to work very hard for him to return as soon as possible to the scene." The Chairman of the group "Doctors Mick promised to restore fully again so that it is as soon as possible to return to the stage is" like like music magazine «Rolling Stone» found.
The Rolling Stones are planning more than a dozen appearances in the United States and Canada for April, May and June. New data for the tour group to announce soon. Already purchased tickets remain valid.
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