Waylon Jennings Admitted To Hospital, Undergoes Surgery

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Waylon Jennings was admitted into the hospital in Phoenix late last week.

The Country Music Hall of Fame member suffers from peripheral vascular disease, making it difficult for him to walk. Doctors performed surgery on his leg, and say that he should be able to return to his normal daily life as soon as he heals.

However, Jennings has postponed two concerts due to his hospitalization—one in Tuscon and one in Phoenix.

This is the second time Jennings has undergone surgery for this particular condition.

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