English shake symbol Mick Jagger said on Saturday he was “crushed” after his Rolling Stones were compelled to drop their United States and Canada visit dates so he could get “restorative treatment”.
“I truly abhor letting you down this way,” the 75-year-old composed on his Twitter account, without indicating what treatment he was accepting.
“I’m crushed for delaying the visit yet I will buckle down to be back in front of an audience when I can.”
The stone legends prior reported the retractions, saying that they would reschedule the dates.
“Mick has been prompted by specialists that he can’t go on visit right now, as he needs restorative treatment,” said the band’s legitimate proclamation.
“The specialists have prompted Mick that he is required to influence a total recuperation so he to can get back in front of an audience at the earliest opportunity.”
Jagger has eight youngsters, five thousand kids and an incredible granddaughter, yet has kept up his lively stage exhibitions very much into his 70s, playing Britain’s Glastonbury Festival in 2013.
The band, who shaped in 1962, were because of play 17 appears in the US and Canada among April and June.