Famed country singer-songwriter Waylon Jennings was “doing fine” Tuesday after being admitted Monday night to the intensive-care unit at Tustin Community Hospital. He apparently suffered heart trouble between shows at the Crazy Horse Steak House in Santa Ana, club owner Fred Reiser said. Jennings’ diagnosis was not released, but Reiser said “it was not a heart attack.” Jennings remained in the ICU for testing on Tuesday, but was reported to be in good condition, and hospital nursing supervisor Alice Swope said, “He’s doing fine.” Monday’s late show and two shows scheduled for Tuesday were canceled.
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