RAY PRICE RECOVERING

Get well soon wishes go out to country legend Ray Price, who's recovering from a blocked artery. Ray's publicist, Kirt Webster, said Ray did not have to have heart surgery. "After doing a cardiogram, doctors found that there was 1 ½ inches of blockage to the hearts main artery, but they quickly opened the clogged artery with a balloon and a stint. Doctors are optimistic that they fully took care of the problem and that Price will soon be fully recovered." "Ray was in great spirits and even commented that he feels like a new man," added his booking agent, Bobby Roberts, who spoke to Ray this morning. "The first thing he asked me was how much time he'd have to take off and when he could get back to entertaining his fans." Ray will only miss three weeks of touring, and will reschedule the dates he had to cancel due to his illness.

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