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Ronnie Wood talks about Mick Jagger’s health

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Ronnie Wood talks about Mick Jagger’s health

Ronnie Wood told “Hello!” Magazine that Mick Jagger is “well” after the cardiac surgery he underwent.


The Rolling Stones frontman was forced to postpone several of the band’s concerts in North America as part of the “No Filter” tour.

The guitarist revealed that he had recorded a video with Keith Richards and their wives, in which they sing and wish the improvements to Mick Jagger.

“He was pleased and impressed. He’s doing very well. I spoke to him yesterday,” he added.

The image below was posted by Mick Jagger in his social media. It shows the singer wearing a cap, jeans and sneakers and doing a walk outdoors, with the caption “Ride in the park”.

Mick spent a few days in New York City for surgery to replace a heart valve, and because of that the shows that the Rolling Stones would do from April 20 by the US and Canada were postponed. It seems he is recovering fine.

See the post below:

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A walk in the park !

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See the tour dates canceled:
  • Hard Rock Stadium Miami, FL
  • Tiaa Bank Field Jacksonville, FL
  • NRG Stadium Houston, TX
  • New Orleans Jazz Fest, LA
  • State Farm Stadium Glendale, AZ
  • The Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA
  • Levi’s® Stadium Santa Clara, CA
  • CenturyLink Field Seattle, WA
  • Broncos Stadium at Mile High Denver, CO
  • FedExField Washington DC
  • Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia, PA
  • Gillette Stadium Foxborough, MA
  • MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ
  • MetLife Stadium East Rutherford, NJ
  • Soldier Field Chicago, IL
  • Soldier Field Chicago, IL
  • Burl’s Creek Event Grounds, Canada

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