The rocker announced the surgery earlier this week after the band canceled tour dates in the United States and Canada.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger was reportedly resting Thursday after earlier undergoing surgery in New York City to replace a valve in his heart.
The 75-year-old “Satisfaction” singer was in great health and could be released from the hospital within the week, Billboard reported, citing sources.
A rep for the actor did not immediately return Fox News' request for comment.
His recovery time is expected to be four or five days so the artery can heal without any bleeding issues, according to Billboard. The father of eight would then need to rest further before taking the stage again.