If you saw the Rolling Stones at Soldier Field the past couple of weeks, here’s one thing you didn’t see…..Mick’s “shadow”. The Daily Mail says that ever since Sir Mick Jagger had his heart surgery, he has to have a doctor within feet of him while onstage with the Rolling Stones. Sure, people are worried about losing one of the most iconic rockstars of all time, but more importantly, it’s to make sure Jagger can’t bilk his insurance company out of claim money.
Ever since his valve replacement surgery in April, Jagger’s insurance company is requiring that a cardiologist be close to the 75-year-old while he performs on stage. It seems to be a regular requirement for acts that bring in as much money as the Rolling Stones while on tour.
Jagger is 75 now. Here’s the complete story from FOX NEWS. When do you think he’ll retire from touring?

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