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Mick Jagger having heart valve replacement surgery

Rolling Stone front man Mick Jagger is having heart valve replacement surgery this week in NYC thus causing the postponement of the sold out Rolling Stones tour which was to start in a few days.

Jagger hope to be well enough to hit the road later this Summer.


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Reply #1 posted 04/01/19 4:09pm

poppys

He was sold out in New Orleans for Jazz Fest. Serious disappointment going on down here, especially for those who camped outside the Superdome to get tix. Fingers crossed his surgery is successful.

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Reply #2 posted 04/01/19 5:31pm

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Oh gosh, that's not good. Best Wishes Mick!


Kinda going thru the same thing at my house with my hubby. sad

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Reply #3 posted 04/01/19 6:55pm

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PennyPurple said:

Oh gosh, that's not good. Best Wishes Mick!


Kinda going thru the same thing at my house with my hubby. sad

sad My mom had that surgery in 2014 (along with a heart bypass) and had some complications (eg. pleural effusion), wishing Mick and his family all the best pray

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Reply #4 posted 04/01/19 9:38pm

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pray

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Reply #5 posted 04/02/19 5:56am

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Get well Mick! You are a living legend and we hope it stays that way for many years to come.

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Reply #6 posted 04/02/19 7:02am

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PennyPurple said:

Oh gosh, that's not good. Best Wishes Mick!



Kinda going thru the same thing at my house with my hubby. sad


Penny, I wish you and your husband all the best yes I can‘t even imagine how scared you and your fanily must be hug
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Reply #7 posted 04/02/19 7:03am

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I also hope Mick will be fine. I keep my fingers crossed
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Reply #8 posted 04/03/19 8:20pm

poppys

I just saw Irma Thomas, The Soul Queen of New Orleans, at a free concert series at Lafayette Square (20 ft away), crazy. She sang Time Is On My Side. Afterwards she said - you know that's my song...but I really hope the kid is gonna be allright.

She was talking about Mick. I looked up their ages, she's 3 yrs older, lol. heart

They both recorded the song in 1964.





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Reply #9 posted 04/04/19 5:54am

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Mick and the rest of the Stones have influenced so many artists over the decades and have been influenced by so many artists. I can't imagine a day when Mick or the others are no longer with us. I feel the same about Bob Dylan. It will be a very sad day when we lose these guys, so send out positive vibes to Mick and let's hope he makes a full recovery. Having said that, I always thought Prince would live to be an old man and I would be seeing him perform when I became a senior citizen. It makes me very sad to know I will never see him again sad

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Reply #10 posted 04/04/19 8:15am

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Empress said:

Mick and the rest of the Stones have influenced so many artists over the decades and have been influenced by so many artists. I can't imagine a day when Mick or the others are no longer with us. I feel the same about Bob Dylan. It will be a very sad day when we lose these guys, so send out positive vibes to Mick and let's hope he makes a full recovery. Having said that, I always thought Prince would live to be an old man and I would be seeing him perform when I became a senior citizen. It makes me very sad to know I will never see him again sad

I could really kick myself in the ass HARD for not taking advantage of seeing Prince. He came within 2 hrs of me several times within the 10-12 yrs prior to his death and in the instances I actually knew about it, I would always have a reason why NEXT time would be better.


Totally feel you on those legends, even now, it just feels like they will always be here but they're getting really old at this point. Wishing Mick a speedy and full recovery and to anyone on the fence about seeing these guys or Dylan or Fleetwood Mac etc.....DO IT!!! Not to sound morbid but you may not have another chance. Like so many, I thought I had decades left to see Prince. You just never know!

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Reply #11 posted 04/04/19 8:38am

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It's a miracle that Mick and the Stones are still touring into their 70's. Them playing Jazz Fest 2019 was HUGE here. They made special rules for that day so everybody who bought Stones tickets would be able to see the stage. They keep saying they will announce a replacement, but who the heck can replace them? Aretha's gone, she cancelled last year. Very few of that staure left.

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Reply #12 posted 04/04/19 8:44am

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It's a miracle that Mick and the Stones are still touring into their 70's. Them playing Jazz Fest 2019 was HUGE here. They made special rules for that day so everybody who bought Stones tickets would be able to see the stage. They keep saying they will announce a replacement, but who the heck can replace them? Aretha's gone, she cancelled last year. Very few of that staure left.

yup! They all make is seem so effortless so it's hard to remember these people are in their 70's, nearing their 80's at this point!! Even most of the massive 80's stars are gone at this point, Prince, MJ, Whitney, George Michael......the only MASSIVE 80's stars left really are Madonna, Bruce and Janet.

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Reply #13 posted 04/04/19 7:50pm

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Mick Jagger has completed his heart valve procedure in New York and is recovering and in great health, sources tells Billboard.

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Reply #14 posted 04/05/19 8:02am

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PennyPurple said:

Mick Jagger has completed his heart valve procedure in New York and is recovering and in great health, sources tells Billboard.

Awesome news! Thank you!

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Reply #15 posted 04/05/19 9:25am

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Tuls101 said:

poppys said:

It's a miracle that Mick and the Stones are still touring into their 70's. Them playing Jazz Fest 2019 was HUGE here. They made special rules for that day so everybody who bought Stones tickets would be able to see the stage. They keep saying they will announce a replacement, but who the heck can replace them? Aretha's gone, she cancelled last year. Very few of that stature left.

yup! They all make is seem so effortless so it's hard to remember these people are in their 70's, nearing their 80's at this point!! Even most of the massive 80's stars are gone at this point, Prince, MJ, Whitney, George Michael......the only MASSIVE 80's stars left really are Madonna, Bruce and Janet.

True sad

They just announced Fleetwood Mac as the replacement. Still a lot of peeps will probably want their money back.

Edit - Fleetwood Mac just postponed Philly and Boston due to illness, they didn't say which bandmember.

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Reply #16 posted 04/05/19 12:05pm

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poppys said:

It's a miracle that Mick and the Stones are still touring into their 70's. Them playing Jazz Fest 2019 was HUGE here. They made special rules for that day so everybody who bought Stones tickets would be able to see the stage. They keep saying they will announce a replacement, but who the heck can replace them? Aretha's gone, she cancelled last year. Very few of that staure left.

So true! When I see the Stones playing, I'm amazed that they still have the energy and strength to do so, especially at their age and the lifestyle that they've lived!

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Reply #17 posted 04/06/19 7:43am

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Tuls101 said:



poppys said:


It's a miracle that Mick and the Stones are still touring into their 70's. Them playing Jazz Fest 2019 was HUGE here. They made special rules for that day so everybody who bought Stones tickets would be able to see the stage. They keep saying they will announce a replacement, but who the heck can replace them? Aretha's gone, she cancelled last year. Very few of that staure left.




yup! They all make is seem so effortless so it's hard to remember these people are in their 70's, nearing their 80's at this point!! Even most of the massive 80's stars are gone at this point, Prince, MJ, Whitney, George Michael.....the only MASSIVE 80's stars left really are Madonna, Bruce and Janet.


And U2. Anyway, I'm glad Mick is doing better.
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Reply #18 posted 04/06/19 11:13am

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Tuls101 said:

Empress said:

Mick and the rest of the Stones have influenced so many artists over the decades and have been influenced by so many artists. I can't imagine a day when Mick or the others are no longer with us. I feel the same about Bob Dylan. It will be a very sad day when we lose these guys, so send out positive vibes to Mick and let's hope he makes a full recovery. Having said that, I always thought Prince would live to be an old man and I would be seeing him perform when I became a senior citizen. It makes me very sad to know I will never see him again sad

I could really kick myself in the ass HARD for not taking advantage of seeing Prince. He came within 2 hrs of me several times within the 10-12 yrs prior to his death and in the instances I actually knew about it, I would always have a reason why NEXT time would be better.


Totally feel you on those legends, even now, it just feels like they will always be here but they're getting really old at this point. Wishing Mick a speedy and full recovery and to anyone on the fence about seeing these guys or Dylan or Fleetwood Mac etc.....DO IT!!! Not to sound morbid but you may not have another chance. Like so many, I thought I had decades left to see Prince. You just never know!

I was one of those that was Prince biggest fans, but had never seen him in concert, that is until 2014 in New Orleans at JazzFest. When I heard that he would be at JazzFest, in which is close to where I live, I was determined to see him! I often wondered why I had never seen him in concert before, since I had seen others that I loved, but not as much as I loved Prince, my all time favorite! I'm so glad that I did, because it was my first and last time seeing him in the flesh, and that I will cherish always! Needless to say, he was great, I miss him so much!

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Reply #19 posted 04/06/19 3:46pm

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Tuls101 said:

I could really kick myself in the ass HARD for not taking advantage of seeing Prince. He came within 2 hrs of me several times within the 10-12 yrs prior to his death and in the instances I actually knew about it, I would always have a reason why NEXT time would be better.


Totally feel you on those legends, even now, it just feels like they will always be here but they're getting really old at this point. Wishing Mick a speedy and full recovery and to anyone on the fence about seeing these guys or Dylan or Fleetwood Mac etc.....DO IT!!! Not to sound morbid but you may not have another chance. Like so many, I thought I had decades left to see Prince. You just never know!

I was one of those that was Prince biggest fans, but had never seen him in concert, that is until 2014 in New Orleans at JazzFest. When I heard that he would be at JazzFest, in which is close to where I live, I was determined to see him! I often wondered why I had never seen him in concert before, since I had seen others that I loved, but not as much as I loved Prince, my all time favorite! I'm so glad that I did, because it was my first and last time seeing him in the flesh, and that I will cherish always! Needless to say, he was great, I miss him so much!

But Prince never played Jazzfest smile I think you mean Essencefest smile

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Reply #20 posted 04/06/19 4:04pm

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sexxydancer said:

oceanblue said:

I was one of those that was Prince biggest fans, but had never seen him in concert, that is until 2014 in New Orleans at JazzFest. When I heard that he would be at JazzFest, in which is close to where I live, I was determined to see him! I often wondered why I had never seen him in concert before, since I had seen others that I loved, but not as much as I loved Prince, my all time favorite! I'm so glad that I did, because it was my first and last time seeing him in the flesh, and that I will cherish always! Needless to say, he was great, I miss him so much!


But Prince never played Jazzfest smile I think you mean Essencefest smile


Yes, it was Essence. I skipped that show, like an idiot.

www.noise11.com/news/prince-headlines-20th-essence-festival-with-nile-rodgers-and-janelle-monae-20140706

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Reply #21 posted 04/06/19 4:18pm

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^^Pardon me guys for the error, it definitely was EssenceFest......getting old sucks, my mind is not what it used to be. lol

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Reply #22 posted 04/06/19 4:21pm

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^^Pardon me guys for the error, it definitely was EssenceFest......getting old sucks, my mind is not what it used to be. lol

comfort Hey - at least you went! Good call.

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Reply #23 posted 04/07/19 10:31am

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Best wishes to MJ.

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