The legendary Rock Hall of Fame talented singer Bobby Womack has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. The soul singer, songwriter was diagnosed with early signs of Alzheimer's disease. It was said that by his doctor that he had early signs of Alzheimer's the doctor stated the condition "was not bad yet, but it could get worst." "The singer complained about forgetting lyrics to his songs, and forgetting names of collaborators, he told BBC"
Bobby Womack has had his share of health problems and life problems. Having a cocaine addiction in the 70's and had conquered in the 80's in rehab. Bobby also was diagnosed with diabetes and later last year had pneumonia which was treated. Then in March of 2012 Bobby was diagnosed with colon cancer and underwent cancer surgery.
Bobby Womack an R&B singer has had numerous hits on the R&B Charts. Being in the business for 50 years Bobby has made hit songs starting in 1967 till 2012. This legendary talented singer gave us melodic hits like "If You Think Your Lonely Now", "Please Forgive My Heart", "California Dream", and "Its All Over Now". Those are just a few hits that this legendary singer has given the world to sing along to.
Rolling Stones updated: Womack has released the following statement regarding his diagnosis:
"Thanks to all of my fans for their prayers and well wishes. I truly appreciate and can feel your love. With the support of many good doctors, my family, and all of my wonderful fans, I will continue to write and perform and bring the good music to the people for as long as I can."
"– With much love, Bobby Womack."
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