Mick Jagger successfully undergoes heart procedure
The procedure, known as a transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), involved reaching the heart through a vein in the groin. This is much easier on the body on the old method, which involved cracking open the chest, stopping the heart, a heart-lung machine, and some serious mucking about.
Jagger needs four or five days of rest so that he artery can heal and not cause a bleed-out. He’ll need another couple of months of recovery before the Stones can think about rescheduling their postponed No Filter tour.