Heartbreaking news to report as '90s country singer Doug Supernaw is under hospice care.

The Bryan, Texas native has been battling various forms of cancer for the last couple of years and it appears his cancer has spread to the brain and spine.

Doug's wife has updated fans on social media sporadically during his treatment and she posted the following update this afternoon.

In February 2019, Supernaw was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer along with bladder cancer. The initial treatment involved the removal of a tumor in his bladder. The focus was then shifted to his lungs, but from all accounts, it has been a tumultuous and tough battle for the country singer.

The 60-year-old Supernaw enjoyed most of his success in the early to mid-1990s with songs such as "Reno," "I Don't Call Him Daddy," and "Not Enough Hours in the Night."

We extend our most heartfelt prayers to Doug and his family during this difficult time.

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