Johnny Cash has pneumonia again, less than a year after nearly dying from the ailment.
Cash, 66, has been getting treatment at Baptist Hospital for about a week, said Eileen Hennessy, hospital spokeswoman. He was listed in good condition.
"He's doing real well and is resting comfortably," Ms. Hennessy said.
Cash, whose hits include "A Boy Named Sue" and "Folsom Prison Blues," has been plagued by health problems in recent years. He announced in November that he has Shy-Drager syndrome, a progressive disease which can cause blackouts, tremors, stiff muscles and difficulty moving.
That same month, he was hospitalized with pneumonia and nearly died. Cash made an emotional return to the stage in June at the Ryman Auditorium during a tribute concert to him and Waylon Jennings.