Mel Tillis Recovering After Heart Surgery

Great American Country sends “Get Well Soon” wishes to Country Music Hall of Fame member Mel Tillis, who is recovering in Nashville following heart surgery. Today, Tillis’ daughter Pam Tillis released the following statement on the health status of the music legend: Over the weekend, Daddy required a routine heart procedure. He’s doing fantastic and is expected [...] Read More

2013 Rewind: No. 2 – Randy Travis Hospitalized; Suffers Stroke

Country stars and fans alike rallied around Randy Travis when he was admitted to Baylor Medical Center in McKinney, Texas in critical condition due to complications of viral cardiomyopathy on July 7. Once stabilized, he was transferred to The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano for a higher level of specialized care. Dr. Michael Mack, Medical Director [...] Read More

Ray Price Leaves Hospital for Home Hospice Care

Great American Country extends prayers and well wishes to Country Music Hall of Fame member Ray Price, 87. Ray is leaving East Texas Medical Center in Tyler, Texas, today to go to his home in Mt. Pleasant for home hospice care. In 2011 Ray was diagnosed in 2011 with pancreatic cancer. Publicist Marty Martel reports [...] Read More

Ray Price Back in the Hospital; Fighting Pancreatic Cancer

Country legend Ray Price is in the hospital again, fighting his ongoing battle with pancreatic cancer. Texas Country Music Hall of Fame disc jockey Bill Mack, a friend of Ray’s, says the singer’s condition is stable. “I was on the telephone with Janie Price (Mrs. Ray) for over an hour Sunday,” Mack posted on his [...] Read More

Chris Young Released from Hospital

Chris Young returned home to Nashville this past weekend after being admitted to Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver last week for a dangerous bacterial infection resulting from a  small cut on his leg. Chris was headed to a show in Montana on August 13 when he began to go into septic shock and was [...] Read More