Mick Jagger Touring With Heart Docs On Call

Rolling Stones rocker has defibrillator on standby.

Closeup photo of Mick Jagger Wearing Baseball Cap with Inset of Mick Performing
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The Rolling Stones are going to great lengths to prevent any chance of Mick Jagger dying of a heart attack onstage!

The 75-year-old “Satisfaction” singer had to postpone touring to undergo emergency heart surgeryearlier this year — and now that the band is finally poised to hit the road, they’re not taking any chances!

“They have three doctors on eight-hour rotations,” an insider dished. “Mick wears a monitor while performing and keeps a defibrillator nearby, wherever he is.

“They have emergency routes planned from every hotel and venue to the closest hospitals.”

Mick — who is known for keeping in great physical condition — recently posted a high-energy dance video of himself to show that the procedure hasn’t cramped his style.

Most fans worry more about Keith Richards, who has a long history of drug and alcohol use. But Keith has remained remarkably resilient — despite having to reschedule shows after being knocked out of action in 2006 when he fell out of a tree!

Mick did not respond to our request for comment.