All the best, Luther!

Vandross Remains in Critical Condition
NEW YORK – Luther Vandross remains hospitalized in critical but stable condition at a New York City hospital after suffering a stroke. He has been unconscious since he was stricken, unable to speak or open his eyes.
A published report quotes a neurology professor at the Mayo Clinic as saying the lack of progress so far indicates the seriousness of the stroke Vandross suffered. James Meschia tells USA Today that unconsciousness is “an uncommon occurrence in patients with stroke.” He notes that in many cases, stroke patients are discharged to home or to a rehabilitation center within a week of being stricken. Vandross suffered his stroke two weeks ago yesterday.
Vandross has sold more than 20 million albums in the United States alone, and his hits include the love ballads “Here and Now” and “A House Is Not a Home.”
Oh, and by the way, his record company wants you to know that his new album, “Dance With My Father,” is scheduled for release in June. Here’s hoping it isn’t a posthumous release.