Country music legend Charlie Daniels suffered from a stroke yesterday, but don't worry too much. The fiddler is said to be recovering nicely, and he intends to continue his tour as planned. According to Reuters, the 73-year-old was driving a snowmobile in Colorado on Friday when he had the stroke. He was rushed to the hospital, where he spent two days, and now he's recovering at home. His agent released the following statement: "Charlie is doing well and looking forward to beginning The...Read Full Story
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