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Country music star Michael Ray joins The Doctors to share how he got creative connecting which his fans during the pandemic and how slowing down has allowed him to possibly take control of his health future.
Due to the virus and safety concerns, traditional concerts are not possible right now, so the singer create an online concert series, called "HonkyTonk Tuesday," where he performs virtually with some of his favorite fellow singers.
"I was able to give my fans some time away from what they are going through and thinking about and all of this confusion during this time," Michael tells The Doctors.
He also tells us the pandemic has allowed him time to focus on his health, something is very mindful of due to his family's history with heart disease. The singer is also encouraging his fans to get their heart health checked at an early age, especially if issues are common in their own family.
He tells us is now taking his diet much more seriously and focusing more time on exercise, and he plans on continuing with these positive changes going forward as life begins to pick up more.