Concerns For Mick Jagger’s Health After Stones Show AXED

In 2014 when The Rolling Stones cancelled their show at Victoria's Hanging Rock because frontman Mick Jagger was suffering from a throat infection, Aussie fans were devastated to miss out on their chance to see rock royalty live. Now it's happening again, for US fans who planned on seeing The Stones play live  at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

The Rolling Stones cancelled their wednesday concert after Jagger was told by doctors to rest his voice after coming down with Laryngitisinflammation of the larynx, typically resulting in huskiness or loss of the voice, harsh breathing, and a painful cough.

Jagger has been advised by doctors to rest his voice. 

Jagger took to Twitter to apologise to his disappointed fans.


Even a Rolling Stone has to stop once in a while, but some fans are concerned that the 73-year-old may not recover in time for Saturday's show at T-Mobile. 


The Stones just completed the second of two weekends performing at Desert Trip, we're wondering if perhaps they partied a little too hard alongside Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Paul McCartney and co...

Get better soon Mick! 

Now that The Stones are in their late sixties to mid-seventies, do you think it might be time for the band to slow their touring schedule down, or is age nothing but a number?
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