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James King released from hospital

Monday, August 30, 2010 – Bluegrass singer James King was released from a Virginia hospital Friday after being hospitalized with a blood clot in his lungs and leg.

"James was released from the hospital Friday evening and has been at home resting," according to an email posted about him. "He's been on numerous blood thinners and a very strict diet, managing to keep the fever away."

King had been in the Danville, Va. Regional Medical Center.

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CD review - Gardens in the Sky: The Bluegrass Gospel of James King When bluegrasser James King wraps his vocals around a gospel song either as a solo artist or with the supergroup Longview, it's been a hand-in-glove fit. Yet there wasn't quite enough in King's extensive traditional bluegrass catalog to compile a much-requested all-gospel record. With the help of producer Ken Irwin, King solved that. In early 2007, King recorded 6 new numbers - primarily contemporary gospel songs - and the result is, well, heavenly. In fact, the new stuff not ...
CD review - The Bluegrass Storyteller Following a studio absence of 3 years, James King returns for his 5th release on Rounder, a collection of 13 tunes that is possibly his most complete effort to date. As the title suggests, it's a baker's dozen of songs old and new from a who's who of writers that tell classic stories of love lost and love found, sin and redemption, good luck and bad luck, and a classic tearjerker or two thrown in for good measure. Long known as one of the most forceful and direct vocalists in bluegrass, King ...

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