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Sugar Ray's Mark McGrath has unfortunate news. After years of music-making, the lead rock vocalist and television personality claims that he's deaf — or, at least, he claims he's close to it. The musician believes years of performing live concerts have taken away his hearing. Here's the sad personal update provided by McGrath.
As he revealed to The Daily Mail, Mark McGarth has been going deaf throughout the past few years. The 50-year-old musician claims he can no longer hear "high pitch sounds" and he has been advised by specialists to wear "in ears" during his concerts. "In ears" are hearing aids that allow musicians to block out excessive sounds while also feeding music into their eardrums. But McGarth is reluctant to sport these hearing devices, believing they will detract from the live experience.
With this diagnosis, Mark McGarth admits he is concerned. He is worried what his future can be if he is becoming deaf. As he notes, McGarth's hearing cannot be repaired. When it's gone, it's gone for good. As a result, it's an understandable worry on his conscious, and he's not exactly sure what the future will hold for him.
Despite these concerns, however, Mark McGarth claims he is not going to change his rock 'n' roll attitude on life anytime soon. But as the rock musician is getting older and into his early '50s, he has certainly paid the price — in some respects — for his earlier days. His health beyond his hearing isn't exactly keen. And Mark McGarth has been dealing with other physical toes that prove to be quite taxing.
Everyone gets older, and we are all met with hardships. But it sounds like Mark McGarth is dealing with many difficulties, particularly some very distressing and critical ones related to his hearing. The future is currently uncertain for the singer/TV personality, but CinemaBlend will be sure to update you.