Mick Jagger ill: Stones postponed the tour of the United States
The Rolling Stones have delayed their upcoming North American concerts due to a medical condition of their frontman Mick Jagger.
The leader of Stones, Mick Jagger
Doctors have advised the singer not to tour for the moment, as he needs medical treatment, said the English rock group on Facebook. What is suffered by the 75 year old, the group is not enough.
The singer apologized to Twitter and her fans: "I hate to let you down," wrote Jagger on Saturday. "I am devastated that I have to postpone the tour, but I will work hard to go back to the stage as soon as possible." According to the band's spokesman, "the doctors promised Mick that he would recover completely so he could return to the scene as soon as possible," as the musical magazine "Rolling Stone" learned.
The Rolling Stones planned more than a dozen appearances in the United States and Canada for April, May, and June. The new dates of the tour will announce the band soon. The tickets purchased are already valid.
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