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Musician Doc Watson Responsive At NC Hospital

07:01 AM Saturday 5/26/12 | |

Grammy-winning folk musician Doc Watson has regained some strength after undergoing colon surgery at a North Carolina hospital.

Agent Mitch Greenhill of Folklore Productions said in an email Friday that Watson is resting and responsive following the surgery Thursday at Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem. A hospital spokeswoman said he remained in critical condition Friday afternoon.

Watson’s daughter, Nancy, told The Associated Press that the 89-year-old Watson fell Monday.

The blind singer and guitarist has won several Grammys, including a lifetime achievement award. He also received the National Medal of the Arts.

  • Doc Watson

    MerleFest, Wilkes Community College, Wilkesboro, N.C.
    April 28, 2012

    (Jim Gavenus)

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He’s known as a master of the flatpicking style of guitar playing, He also started Merlefest, an annual gathering of musicians in Wilkesboro named after his son, who died in a tractor accident in 1985.


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