Michael Salgado shared a message with fans from a hospital bed, after the two-time Latin Grammy winner suffered a stroke over the weekend.
In the video message posted on Sunday, the 46-year-old singer and musician confirmed his condition gave fans an update on his progress.
“After some MRI tests, the result was that I had another stroke,” he said. “Thank God I’m doing well right now. They’re gonna do another test tomorrow morning and if all goes well I’ll be released on Tuesday, because they’re trying to determine what’s causing the strokes.”
Salgado was performing in Austin, Texas on Friday night (Feb. 16) when he wasn’t feeling well and was rushed to the hospital before finishing his second set, according to a source at the club.
“Before any rumors get started Michael Salgado was not able to continue his second set,” DJ Chris ‘Tejano Man’ Tristan posted on Facebook. “He has a heart condition and needed to be check out. He is undergoing tests. Please send Prayers! He will return back to Austin soon. Thank You on behalf of Ok Corral and Zurdo Inc.”
Salgado also missed his scheduled performance in New Braunfels, Texas the following night as the venue posted on its Facebook page , “We are sad to say we were just informed Michael Salgado had a stroke and is having to reschedule tonight’s concert. Keeping him in our prayers.”
Salgado hopes to be back on the road this weekend if he is released as expected on Tuesday.
“If all goes well, I’ll be out on Tuesday,” he said. “because we do have some shows coming up, Thursday in Corpus Christi and Saturday in Brownsville, so I’m hoping to make those shows.”
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