Rolling Stone Mick Jagger shows off dance moves after heart surgery

Carla Harmon
May 18, 2019

The Rolling Stones sing about sympathy for the devil, but there's no sympathy necessary for the band's frontman Mick Jagger following heart valve replacement surgery just a few weeks ago.

Earlier this year, the Stones had to postpone their tour due to Jagger's medical treatment.

All tickets for the original shows will be honored on the new dates.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood will make good on their postponed South Florida concert by closing out their "No Filter" tour August 31 at Hard Rock Stadium, the band announced Thursday.

In a video shared on his Twitter page on Wednesday, the rock star is seen dancing energetically and jumping in front of a mirror in a dance studio. Those who can not attend a rescheduled performance, however, will receive a refund.

Thursday morning, the band posted the new schedule on social media.

Those who purchased tickets were urged to keep them for use when the show was re-scheduled.

The father of eight was also spotted with Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts at The Oval cricket ground in London last week, as the pair watched England's match against Pakistan.

They'll now begin the tour June 21 in Chicago. Other cities on the tour include New Orleans, Miami, Seattle and East Rutherford, New Jersey.

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