Ex-Replacements guitarist Slim Dunlap suffers stroke

The Star Tribune reports the 60-year-old musician has been hospitalized after a serious stroke and fall. His wife says he cannot move the right side of his body and will likely need serious rehabilitation.
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The Star Tribune reports the 60-year-old musician has been hospitalized after a serious stroke and fall. His wife says he cannot move the right side of his body and will likely need serious rehabilitation.

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