Paul Revere Writes He's "Still Alive and Still Kickin'"

Source: Raiders' website
Last month, it was revealed that Paul Revere was battling serious health issues.

Rumors were confirmed by the Raiders' former lead singer, Mark Lindsay, who wrote on Facebook that Revere "is now fighting a tremendous heath battle." No word came from Lindsay, Revere or the Raiders' camps as to nature of the illness but people who saw the group's live shows around that time said that Revere seemed tired and had to sit through most of the show.

Today, Paul himself went on the Raiders' website to say that he has been ill, but still not going into any specifics.
Hey kids, it’s me, Paul Revere!

That’s right, I’m still alive and still kickin’! The rumors of my demise have been greatly exaggerated, but I won’t lie to you, I got my butt kicked but good. If you live long enough you’re going to get something, and over the past 75 years I've had just about everything you can get – 2 types of cancer (beat em both!), rotator cuff surgery (killed it!), hysterectomy (don’t ask) and on and on – there’s always maintenance and repair in this band, now it's my turn. Again!

I don’t want to get into the details but let’s just say, it ain't fun. It’s been rough getting through the last few shows but I would do whatever it takes to avoid missing a show. I'm giving it my all, and then some, and the band tells me I’ve been even more awesome than usual. Of course, I do have the gun.

I want to thank you all for the prayers, they’re working! You people must be in good with the Lord because I’m feeling better and stronger every day. I can’t tell you how much I’m looking forward to all of our upcoming shows, it’s what I live for! I mean, performing for you is literally what I live for, and that’s no joke.

So, keep the prayers coming, and keep me alive long enough to come to your town a couple more times. I promised my guys I was going to live to be 100 and to plan accordingly. Now I’ve got to keep my promise.

I love you all,

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