According to the singer’s representative, Amy Grant was taken to the hospital on Wednesday following a bicycle mishap.
Grant was instructed to cancel her forthcoming August appearances while she is now recuperating at home. The 61-year-old pianist was riding her bicycle with a companion on Wednesday when she encountered a pothole. According to the representative, Grant, who was sporting a helmet at the time, was transported to Nashville, Tennessee’s Vanderbilt University Medical Center. The singer of “Baby, Baby” received treatment for cuts and abrasions, and her condition is stable, according to her rep.
Amy Grant Spent A Night In The Hospital
According to her physician, she will recover at home and is in better condition.
Amy Grant underwent an overnight stay at the hospital after being admitted. Her representative stated that on Friday, following an additional night of monitoring and care, doctors mandated more recovery time at home, where Grant is currently soundly dozing.
Amy Grant will have to cancel her August gigs in Wilmington, Knoxville, Chattanooga, and those scheduled for Knoxville owing to the doctor’s orders. The concerts will now take place in April and June of 2023. The new performance dates will accept all tickets. Her current tour schedule has not undergone any additional modifications.
Amy Grant’s crew thanked fans for “providing prayers and well wishes for Amy” in a post on the singer’s Instagram on Thursday. She is in the hospital receiving care and is in stable condition, the statement reaffirmed.
On the day of her accident, Grant had been on social media frequently. She shared a selfie and a link to a book she was enjoying on Instagram. The comments section was also flooded with condolences from her followers after the news of her tragedy made headlines.
Fans wished for a speedy recovery as soon as they saw the post and commented.