Earlier this year, it was reported that the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger, 75, was suffering health complications. His illness, unfortunately, forced the legendary band to postpone its U.S. tour, so Jagger could focus on his recovery.
The tour across America was initially supposed to start in April. However, the first concert did not take place until Friday, June 21st.
A new update was released on the singer over the weekend, which comes just shy of three months after his heart surgery. According to CNN, Jagger gave an unforgettable kick-off performance with the band on Friday evening in Chicago.
Jagger was reportedly skipping and dancing all over the stage — making it clear that his health is in tip-top shape. Fans were thoroughly impressed with how quickly he bounced back!
Previously, health professionals did disclose that they expected Jagger to make a full recovery. It’s no surprise that he is back on the road and doing seemingly well.
Watch video footage from their first concert on tour below:
The Rolling Stones will play in Chicago again this upcoming Tuesday. Tour dates are scheduled in various U.S. cities through the end of August.
Please continue to pray for Jagger’s recovery as he continues on tour. In other trending news, the lead singer of a Grammy-nominated music group sadly passed away following complications with Parkinson’s Disease.