The legendary blues singer, B.B. King is currently recuperating in a hospital. He may take some time but ultimately he is hoped to come out of the ordeal stronger.
The blues singer B.B. King recently suffered from a bout of dehydration due to his diabetic condition. He had to be rushed to a nearby hospital due to dehydration. But he is in a stable condition right now.
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B.B. King's daughter Claudette told LATimes that the legendary musico will emerge from the test a fitter man. He is already feeling much healthier than he had previously felt. His dehydration was a result of his Type II diabetes.
He is about to become a nonagenarian soon. And besides being a member of the Hall of Fame, he is the singer of a number of all time hit songs. These include amongst them: Three O’Clock Blues, The Thrill is Gone and When Love Comes to Town.
89-year-old King is a native of Mississippi and has churned out more than 50 albums. He is commonly referred to as the King of Blues. He is famous for carrying his guitar with him and when he starts singing everybody listens with perked ears.
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The soulful R’n’B melodies he produces have a mellowing effect on the personalities of all of his listeners. His fans and family all wish him a collective “get well soon” greetings from the depths of their souls.