Due to health problems of frontman Mick Jagger the Rolling Stones have postponed their tour in the United States and Canada. "Mick was advised by Doctors to go on tour, because he needs medical treatment," said the British rock band on Saturday. The 75-Year-old should recover completely before going back on stage.
"I really hate to leave you hanging," wrote Jagger in the short message service Twitter to his Fans in North America. "I'm devastated that I have to postpone the tour, but I will work very hard on it, as soon as I can return to the stage." What are the complaints Jagger suffers from and what treatment he needs, not shared with the singer and his Band.
The Rolling Stones actually had want April to June, and 17 concerts in the USA and Canada play. Of the eight times the father, five times a grandfather and easy great-grandfather of Jagger, despite his age, for his energetic stage shows known. (nlu/afp)
Created: 30.03.2019, 19:14 PM