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MEDICAL TROUBLE

It's been a hard week for aging rock stars. Ex-Eagles bassist Randy Meisner — who crooned and co-wrote "Take It to the Limit" — was hospitalized for chest pains in Burbank, Calif., on Friday. He's reportedly been resting comfortably while undergoing medical tests. William Lee Golden of the Oak Ridge Boys is recuperating from a mild heart attack, the singer's publicist confirmed on Monday. He is expected to make a full recovery within four to six weeks. The Oak Ridge Boys, who are currently on tour, will continue to perform with Golden's son, Chris, who is stepping in for his ailing father.

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It's been a hard week for aging rock stars. Ex-Eagles bassist Randy Meisner — who crooned and co-wrote "Take It to the Limit" — was hospitalized for chest pains in Burbank, Calif., on Friday. He's reportedly been resting comfortably while undergoing medical tests. William Lee Golden of the Oak Ridge Boys is recuperating from a mild heart attack, the singer's publicist confirmed on Monday. He is expected to make a full recovery within four to six weeks. The Oak Ridge Boys, who are currently on tour, will continue to perform with Golden's son, Chris, who is stepping in for his ailing father.