“Breaking: Mick Jagger is definitely Benjamin Button.”
Mick Jagger has assured followers he’s again to full well being by sharing a video of himself dancing in latest rehearsals – take a look at the clip beneath.
The Rolling Stones frontman, 75, underwent coronary heart valve substitute surgical procedure at New York’s Presbyterian Hospital in early April, forcing the legendary band to postpone quite a lot of dwell dates. Shortly after, he thanked followers for his or her help and posted a picture of himself again on his ft.
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After bandmate Ronnie Wooden mentioned that he was “doing nicely” following the operation, Jagger has now posted a brand new video on-line – proving he’s again to his common self.
Within the clip, uploaded to his official Twitter earlier as we speak (Might 15), the singer is seen on energetic kind as he throws shapes in entrance of a rehearsal house mirror. Jagger struts, sidesteps, and kicks his legs within the video – a lot to the delight of followers.
“No one extra badass and timeless. Interval,” mentioned one viewer. One other added: “Breaking: Mick Jagger is definitely Benjamin Button.”
The submit comes after an replace relating to The Rolling Stones’ postponed dates. In a tweet final week (Might 10), the group thanked followers for his or her persistence, whereas promising that there shall be an “announcement within the coming days.”
Talking of Jagger’s restoration, Ronnie Wooden mentioned final month: “Sally [Humphreys, Wood’s wife] and I went on a break to the Caribbean with Keith [Richards] and Patti [Hansen], and we despatched him movies of us enjoying and singing ‘get nicely’ songs on the guitar. [Jagger] was amused and impressed!”
Wooden added. “He’s doing very well. I spoke to him yesterday and he’s feeling nice.”
In the meantime, The Rolling Stones have introduced a deluxe reissue of ‘The Rock And Roll Circus’. It is because of arrive June 7 within the US and June 28 within the UK.
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