Mick Jagger, the band’s soloist The Rolling Stones, sent a thank you message on Friday night for the good thoughts he had received over the past week and said he felt “much better.”
In the message posted on his Facebook account, Jagger said: “Thank you all for your support messages, I feel better now and whole and thank you enormously for the entire team of the hospital because she did a great job.”
Jagger, 75, was hospitalized to a New York hospital this week for minimally invasive heart intervention to replace a valve.
On March 30, the British band announced on the Facebook account, without giving details, that it had to reprogram the North American tour, as the soloist had to follow the treatment.
The Rolling Stones, set up in London in 1962, is one of the most acclaimed rock bands in the world. So far, the British group has released 30 studio albums, which have been sold to around 200 million children worldwide. Among the reference discs are “Their Satanic Majesties Request” (1967), “Beggars Banquet” (1968), “Let It Bleed” (1969), “Sticky Fingers” (1971), “Exile on Main St” , “It’s Only Rock ‘n Roll” (1974), “Tattoo You” (1981), “Steel Wheels” (1989), “Voodoo Lounge” (1994) and “Bridges to Babylon”. Currently, the group consists of Mick Jagger (voice, guitar), Keith Richards (guitar, voice), Charlie Watts (drums) and Ronnie Wood (guitar). The British band was included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989.
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