Bedridden a month with COVID, Michigan musician develops heart issue
Jack thought her health issues were behind her after finally beating the virus. “I actually sat in the parking lot of the gym and looked up ‘Signs of a heart attack,’” Jack said. She didn’t have a heart attack, according to doctors at Beaumont in Royal Oak, even through they say her symptoms were similar. He told me I was cardiac-healthy, but I had inflammation of the heart due to COVID,” added Jack. Symptoms of myocarditis include chest pain, shortness of breath or heart palpitations.mlive.com
Here's where you can hear an award winning artist and support those with disabilities
Jill Jack and her band joined hosts Jason Carr and Tati Amare for Music Monday and to chat about her upcoming show. Jill Jack and her band will be performing at the Motors & Melodies fundraiser. The charity offers opportunities for those with disabilities to enjoy life experiences they may typically have to avoid. The camp teaches those with disabilities to fish, cook, and even zip line, while giving their caretakers a break. Watch the video to hear Jill Jack and her band perform "Live like There's No Tomorrow."