The family of 99.7 WWTN’s Phil Valentine Monday morning posted on social media that the conservative talk radio host is gravely ill, and it will take a miracle for him to survive. He remains on life support at Williamson Medical Center, in need of ECMO, but not stable enough for transport. In addition to COVID-19, he is dealing with pneumonia, a secondary infection, irregular heart rate, AFIB, kidney failure, and uncontrolled blood pressure. The family has removed all health updates from public view.
UPDATE: “fighting for his life”
Conservative talk-radio show host Phil Valentine remains hospitalized with COVID-19 at Williamson Medical Center, just outside of Nashville. His brother says Phil is “fighting for his life”, and this is likely to be resolved in a time frame of weeks, not days. The family is calling on everyone to please get vaccinated.
Michael Horbovetz, better known as ‘Doogie Vance‘ for the last couple of decades on the Nashville radio airwaves, has officially signed off. You have probably heard him doing traffic reports, being a part of the gang of 4 on WWTN mornings, or even filling in for some regulars when they need time off. Doogie Vance announced on social media Friday morning that it’s his last day at Cumulus Nashville, which includes 99.7 WWTN, WSM-FM, and 92Q – and for the foreseeable future, all Nashville radio. He has been on-air in…