Get well soon, Charlie!

Charley Pride Recovering After Surgery
DALLAS – Country singer Charley Pride is expected to make a full recovery following brain surgery last week, his personal manager said Monday.
Pride, 66, was hospitalized Wednesday for a subdural hematoma, a blood clot that occurs when blood from a torn vessel collects between the brain and the skull.
He had sought treatment after experiencing severe headaches, his manager, John Daines, said. The surgery was performed Saturday at an undisclosed hospital.
Daines said Pride was alert and awake when he visited him Monday morning. He’s expected to make a complete recovery and could be released from the hospital Tuesday, Daines said.
“He wants to go back to work,” Daines told The Associated Press.
Pride’s nine-show, 12-day tour of Canada scheduled to start this week has been rescheduled for August, said Daines. Pride will take four to six weeks off and recover at his Dallas home.
The singer’s hits include “All I Have to Offer You (Is Me)” and “Kiss an Angel Good Morning.”