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Top Talkers: the Rolling Stones ‘ front man Mick Jagger posts a video of his legendary dance moves as he continues his recovery from heart surgery; and Claude Monet’s Haystacks set a new record for the highest price ever paid at auction for a painting.
Mick Jagger was back on stage just a few weeks after life-saving heart surgery at the age of 75.
However, the rocker switch should have a cardiologist waiting in the wings, on each of the Rolling Stones ‘ concert, and in the case of an emergency, the Mail on Sunday newspaper claims.
The AMERICAN leg of the band’s No Filter tour-it was postponed due to Sir Mick’s heart surgery.
But the group defied medical expectations and, with a quick recovery, and that even the band members are praised to be “super-human”.
He has fronted the Rolling Stones’ return to Chicago on Friday, the 21st, on the city’s 61,500-seat Soldier Field stadium.
But a heart specialist will have to be within feet of the singer, when he was on the run, due to insurance requirements, according to the Mail on Sunday.
A source said: “There is always a physician on tour with the band, which is a necessary condition for a grand tour, in particular, having regard to the ages of the members of the band.
“But for now, He has to undergo heart surgery, a cardiologist, is the only one for him. The insurance company asks for it, just in case something happens.”
It was three weeks before the Stones’ North American run is due to start, that He named the band, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, 75, and Charlie Watts, 78, in his hotel room.
Visibly upset, he told me that he needed an urgent surgery to fix a problem with his heart and was not fit to run it.
In spite of the nightmare of the revision of the 17 shows, there was never any doubt about that. She wanted to be alone, but He is to be the best. The music may take a backseat.
He said: “He had the knowledge of the physicians of the day, and that he would have to take care of this problem with his heart, but he had no idea it would come this soon.
“He has called us to his room and said,” I have to do.” He felt so bad about it. We said, “don’t feel bad, if it needs to be done, then do it, then we can carry on sale of the century’. And now, we are ready to rock and be happy.”
Speaking of Chicago, the band’s only UK interview since He ” s surgery, the guitarist, Ronnie, 72, added: “The doctors said that she had never had surgery for an athlete (75 — for-the – we had a really good laugh about it.
“He’s just so fit, that he sets aside three hours a day practicing, and that’s done him a lot of favours in later life. He is truly a super-human.
“Most of the time, when this type of operation is performed on a 75-year-old is not retired, they go back behind a desk. She had never been a case where the man hasn’t had an office job.
“He’s a medical miracle, it is He.”
In fact, He reckons the legendary front man, is more fit than ever before.
This article was originally published in The Sun.