Weeks after reportedly suffering a stroke, veteran reggae crooner Freddie McGregor appears to be on the mend.
The singer, presently at an undisclosed medical facility in Florida, was seen in a video on Thursday performing several of his classic hits for the small gathering at the establishment.
During his set, McGregor was seated in a wheelchair alongside his son and fellow recording artiste Chino McGregor, supported by a band and harmony singers as he delivered a stellar rendition of “I See It In You.”
Late last month, the Reggae stalwart was forced to halt his tour of the United Kingdom with British band UB40.
Amid the development, the British Reggae band announced the unfortunate news that McGregor would be absent from the upcoming U.K tour via an Instagram post which read,
“To all our fans, our good friend Freddie McGregor will not be joining us on our December arena dates in Leeds, Birmingham, and London. We look forward to seeing all the fans and performing with Freddie soon. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements on future dates!”
Known for classic hits such as “Big Ship” and “Push Comes to Shove“, Freddie McGregor had high hopes for the nine-show excursion which would see him traversing across the British mainland, including Northern Ireland, this month.