Mick Jagger takes to stage two months after heart surgery (Photo: Instagram)
Mick Jagger is back on the road again! The 75-year-old veteran musician has made a comeback to touring two months after he underwent heart surgery. Looking at how Jagger delivered his performance at Chicago last Friday night, it looks like the musician barely had any surgery at all. The singer posted a picture on Instagram after the band kickstarted their No Filter Tour at Chicago's Soldier Field on Friday.
"Thank you for a great opening show Chicago!" Jagger captioned his photograph from the concert. In the picture he can be seen dressed in monochrome and enjoying his time on the stage.
The Rolling Stones was forced to cancel some of their upcoming shows in North America due to their frontman's health concerns. The rock band postponed the initial kick off date after Jagger underwent a heart valve replacement procedure in early April which was originally set to begin April 20 in Miami Gardens, Florida.
After the Friday night performance where Jagger can be doing what Jagger does best, it is safe to say that Jagger, for now is on the ‘safe’. Michael Tarm, who was at the concert, described the singer as a "sprinting, spinning, prancing Mick Jagger."
"No sign of Jagger illness here. Jagger being Jagger," Tarm said on Twitter.
#MickJagger singing his first song at his first major concert - here in #Chicago - sprinting out into the crowd. The #RollingStones’ frontman is showing no signs off illness that delayed the start of the tour earlier this year. pic.twitter.com/gniRlo1M9E— Michael Tarm (@mtarm) June 22, 2019
One fan who managed to get a shot of Jagger’s first performance after his surgery posting on Instagram wrote, ‘Sometimes You Get What You Need’’
The band is scheduled to perform again Tuesday at Soldier Field in Chicago.