In his first interview since coronary heart surgical procedure, Mick Jagger is admitting he’s “feeling fairly good.”
The Rolling Stones frontman needed to postpone the North American leg of their tour in April for the surgical procedure.
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“Been rehearsing lots these days in the previous few weeks … This morning [I did] a little bit of gymnasium. Nothing loopy. Then I’m going into rehearsal with the remainder of the band,” Jagger instructed Toronto radio station Q107.
The band is preparing for the tour which begins in Chicago subsequent week.
“The favorite ones individuals like to listen to are, you understand, ‘Paint it Black, ‘Honky Tonk [Women]’ and ‘Satisfaction’ and issues like that,” he mentioned. “We don’t all the time essentially do all of them. We typically drop one or two, however there’s possibly ten favourites. I don’t know the way individuals would really feel in case you didn’t do any of them. I believe individuals would say, ‘Oh, that’s a bit unlucky, I got here to listen to this.’” However Jagger provides that there’s “stuff we haven’t accomplished earlier than.”
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Even at 75, the singer says he nonetheless enjoys going out on the street. Simply not as a lot. “I don’t do it on a regular basis, [like] 12 months a 12 months. If you’re younger, that’s what you do. [Today I] spend three or 4 months on the street in a 12 months and that appears to be fairly a superb stability.”
The Rolling Stones might be in Ontario on June 29, tickets are nonetheless accessible.