Doug Supernaw, who scored two top five hits in the 1990s, has been diagnosed with advanced stage four, lung and bladder cancer.
Supernaw’s Facebook page posted the details on Friday saying, “After struggling with a prolonged cough, Doug was admitted to the hospital on January 25th, where it was determined he was suffering from pneumonia.”
Doug was then transferred to a Houston area hospital where his medical team confirmed several masses in his lungs, lymph nodes, bones, and bladder. At this time, Doug remains in the hospital, awaiting more testing, while determining a treatment path.”
The post closed by saying, “We would like to thank Doug’s amazing medical team for working so diligently in both the care, and treatment, of our beloved Doug. We would also like thank our friends and amazing fan base for the so many heart-felt prayers during this difficult time.We appreciate that you will continue to respect Doug and Doug’s family’s privacy during these trying times. We will continue to provide updates as necessary.”
Supernaw scored a number one song on the Billboard Country charts in 1993 called “Not Enough Hours in the Night.” He went to number three on the same chart in 1995 with “I Don’t Call Him Daddy.”