Rolling Stones’ Postpone Tour As Mick Jagger Seeks Medical Treatment

The ‘Rolling Stones’ have postponed their tour of Canada and the United States. The band put out a statement saying their tour is postponed, and the tickets that people have would be honored on the rescheduled tour dates. The legendary band that has been together almost 60 years, was set to kick off their tour on April 20th in Miami. The band who haven’t been to New York in seven years was set to do a show at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey on June 13th.

The statement from the band read, “Mick Jagger has been advised by his doctors that he can not go on tour at this time, as he needs medical treatment. The doctors have advised Mick that he will make a full recovery, so that he can return to the stage as soon as possible.” The band has not said what the specific problem the singer is dealing with. Jagger,75, once famously said, “I’d rather be dead then sing ‘Satisfaction at 45.’

Jagger never really stopped touring since the band was created in London in 1962. Jagger a great grandfather, and father of seven children, has always seemed to be the picture of good health. Jagger said via Twitter, “I really hate letting you down like this. I’m devastated for having to postpone the tour but I will be working very hard to be back on stage as soon as possible.” The band assured fans that their new tour dates would be announced soon, they last toured in 2015. Jagger was in a 13 year relationship with fashion designer, L’Wren Scott, she committed suicide in 2014. She left her entire estate of 8 million to the singer. Jagger is currently dating ballet dancer Melanie Hamrick. The couple have been together since 2014 and have a son, Deveraux Jagger.