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Mick Jagger Returns to the Stage After Heart Surgery

By Gary Trock

Mick Jagger made a triumphant turnaround from broken heart to breaking hearts after he returned to the stage to kick off the Rolling Stones summer tour!

The 75-year-old rockstar led the charge when the Stones began their "No Filter" tour Friday night at Soldier Field in Chicago.

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Mick joined Ronnie Wood, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards as the legendary group rocked the stage.

Just 3-months ago, the Stones were forced to postpone their summer tour as Mick underwent heart valve replacement surgery.


Mick clearly looks to be back on his game, and performed the lengthy sets with no problem. During "Jumping Jack Flash," the frontman dashed across the stage with ease and gave no indication that the surgery slowed him down one bit.

After the show, Mick went on IG and expressed his joy about returning to the stage.

"Thank you for a great opening show Chicago!" the rocker wrote.

The Stones aren't finished in Chicago, as they're scheduled for another performance Tuesday at Soldier Field.

The sold out show in the Windy City was the first of 17 shows across 15 cities in the US and Canada.

"No Filter" will run through the end of August, ending at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.


The Rolling Stones have not showed any signs of slowing down since initially forming in 1962.

To put their longevity in perspective, their first global #1 hit, "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," dropped in 1965 -- 54 years ago.

Mick has been just as busy in his personal life as his professional career, as he became a father for the 8th time in 2016 with girlfriend Melanie Hamrick.

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