Willie Nelson feels ''much better'' after cancelling a performance on the weekend in Denver because he was struggling to deal with the high altitude.
Willie Nelson feels ''much better'' after a recent health scare.
The 79-year-old country singer was forced to cancel a performance on the weekend in Denver, where he was supposed to be appearing at a charity gig for the Dumb Friends League animal shelter, after struggling to deal with the high altitude.
His daughter Amy Nelson told the Los Angeles Times: ''He did cancel the [Colorado] show because he did not feel that he could give an adequate vocal performance in the high altitude.
''He had gone to the hospital a couple days before to treat an injury on his leg from a bicycle accident. Perhaps that's where the hospital reference got mixed in. Or maybe people just panicked, as they usually do when he cancels a show.''
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