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Alison Krauss is taking vocal rest because she's been diagnosed with dysphonia. That's a general term to describe a number of vocal ailments including hoarseness, vocal cord problems or anything that can affect the voice. Krauss is expected to make a full recovery. However, she is dropping out of the Wide Open Bluegrass Festival in
Linda Ronstadt says the hardest thing about living with Parkinson's Disease is that she has "to ask people to do things" that are hard for her to do. For example, she says she doesn't drive anymore because she isn't "quite sure" of her reflexes. She says she also avoids places where she might get confused — and now "lives like a person with a disability." Ronstadt revealed recently that she can no longer sing because of the illness. Ronstadt is 67 — and during her career, has sold more than 30 million albums.
Randy Travis - Influence Volume One: The Man I Am: Randy gives his spin on 12 classic country hits, including Merle Haggard’s “Someday We’ll Look Back,” Ernest Tubb’s “Thanks a Lot” and Lefty Frizzell’s “