Mick is ill and The Stones are not rolling.
The legendary Rocker postponed their North American tour on Saturday after 75-year-old icon Mick Jagger was diagnosed with an unknown illness.
Just Three Weeks Before The group was due to start the tour, doctors advised the iconic frontman to rest during unspecified medical treatment in the States.
"Mick was advised by doctors that he can not go on tour at this time because he is medically treating," the band said in a statement on Saturday .
A source in the music industry said the doctors had discovered the problem when Jagger underwent an investigation before the tour.
The source said the doctors had found something "that required" immediate attention "and told the singer that he needed treatment in a US hospital.
Jagger was told that he would" fully recover "This is not a serious thing," insisted a source close to the band, stressing that fans should keep their tickets because The Stones 1
The tour started in Miami on April 20 and went to concerts at the MetLife Stadium on June 13 and 17.
Jagger said in Statement Posted on Saturday Morning on Social Media "I really hate to have let you down so much I was devastated because I had to postpone the tour, but I'll work very hard wi as soon as possible to be on the way. Again, a big apology to everyone.
Despite his health problems, the supporting actor Stone has made the rounds. Jagger and his bandmates had a quiet dinner on Friday night in the hot Miami restaurant and private club Casa Tua.
A witness said the band and their entourage took a table in the private area upstairs at 10 and ate a quiet dinner about two hours "and then left. Jagger looked "a little tired, but otherwise he was his usual self," the witness said.
Jagger was also seen at a business dinner in Japanese Makoto restaurant Makoto by Stephen Starr in Miami on Monday.
Witnesses said he had been contacted by a super fan who had a tattoo of the band's iconic lips and tongue logo that covered his entire back. Mick signed it.
The fan told Jagger that he would get a tattoo artist to make the signature permanent.
In late February, Jagger and his ballerina girlfriend Melanie Hamrick celebrated their latest project – a ballet dedicated to Stones music – in the Fleur Room at the head of the new Moxy Chelsea Hotel.
Hamrick, who dances with the American Ballet Theater, spent the night with New York's New York ballerinas, including Calvin Royal III, April Giangeruso, Herman Cornejo, and Brittany DeGrofft.
She spent the night cuddling up with Jagger and mingling with her New York New York ballerinas, including Calvin Royal III, April Giangeruso, Herman Cornejo, and Brittany DeGrofft.
The Stones star was happy that he felt better halfway through the middle of the evening. He said he "just let her do her thing" when selecting the music and choreographing the numbers for the show.
Guests drank in the floor to ceiling windows of The Fleur Room's signature gin cocktail, which overlooked the city.
Additional coverage by Dean Balsamini