He had no expectations of touring again any time soon, but Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger showed off some moves Wednesday that showed he is still a “Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ despite his recent heart surgery. Meanwhile Jagger, looking spry, announced the group will resume its “No Filter” tour in mid-June.
Update 11:53 p.m. EDT May 16: On Thursday, Jagger tweeted a revised schedule for the “No Filter” tour. The band’s American leg of the tour will resume June 21 at Chicago’s Soldier Field and end Aug. 31 at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium, Rolling Stone reported. All previously purchased tickets will be honored, or refunds are available for those purchased through Ticketmaster, the magazine reportede.
Original report: He had no expectations of touring again any time soon, but Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger showed off some moves Wednesday that might lead fans to believe he is still a “Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ despite his recent heart surgery.
The lyrics from the song are appropriate: “Shut up and move with me, move with me, or, or get out of my face.”
Jagger was dancing just several weeks after he had surgery at a New York hospital to repair a heart valve.
The surgery forced the Rolling Stones to postpone its No Filter tour.
And while Jagger looked spry in his dancing clip in a “Start Me Up” kind of way, the band has not announced new dates for the canceled tour, according to USA Today.
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