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Singer Luther Vandross ‘Critical’ After Stroke
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Grammy-winning singer Luther Vandross, who suffered a stroke last week, was in “critical but stable” condition on Monday, a hospital said.
“Mr. Luther Vandross suffered a stroke on April 16 and is hospitalized at the Weill Cornell Medical Center of New York-Presbyterian Hospital,” the hospital said in a statement. “He is in critical but stable condition.”
The hospital said it would release “no further details” on Vandross, who has battled weight and health problems for years and suffered the stroke just days before his 52nd birthday.
Famed for his silky, soulful crooning as well as for his songwriting and production prowess, Vandross turned 52 on Sunday.
Since launching his solo career in 1981 after a successful stint as a back-up vocalist for the likes of David Bowie and Bette Midler, he has sold more than 20 million records worldwide.