It’s a relief to us all that Mick Jagger has made his first public appearance since undergoing heart surgery which saw him postpone a series of concerts as part of The Rolling Stones never-ending tour.
The 75-year-old underwent heart valve surgery earlier this month at New York’s Presbyterian Hospital, forcing the band to postpone tour dates—something The Rolling Stones never do. This was serious and we all feared the worst.
Luckily in the recent pictures of the legendary rock star showed that he seems to have bounced back very quickly from the surgery and will likely be swaying his hips and pouting his lips on stage very soon. Now there’s more good news as Jagger attended a recent event in New York
Reported by The Hollywood Reporter Jagger attended his partner, Melanie Hamrick’s new ballet in New York on April 18th.
The ballet titled Porte Rouge features dance routines to classic Stones tracks ‘Sympathy For The Devil’ and ‘Paint It Black’