Amy Grant is putting her wellbeing first. On Friday, the 61-year-old vocalist’s supervisory group reported that she is delaying her recently booked event dates in September and October “because of requiring additional opportunity to recuperate from wounds and a blackout supported in a bicycling mishap that happened in Nashville on July 27.”
“Amy is getting more grounded consistently. Similarly as after her heart medical procedure, we are flabbergasted at how quick she recuperates,” Grant’s chief, Jennifer Cooke, said in an explanation. “In any case, despite the fact that she is improving, we have settled on the hard decision to delay her fall visit so she can focus on her recuperation and modify her endurance. She needs to have the option to give 100 percent when she visits and, sadly, we don’t feel that will be the situation when practices would begin for the fall dates.”
That being said, Cooke noticed that Grant will continue her Christmas visit with Michael W. Smith and her yearly Christmas At The Ryman residency with her better half, Vince Gill. “Amy might want to broaden her appreciation for every one of the many great wishes and petitions to God presented since the mishap. She feels the effect of the aggregate great will expanded her direction. Much thanks to you,” Cooke’s assertion closed.
All delayed shows will be rescheduled from February to April 2023 and tickets will be regarded at the new dates. For additional updates if it’s not too much trouble, visit amygrant.com.
Last month, Grant’s group poor the information to fans that the vocalist “was in a mishap in the wake of hitting a pothole while riding her bike with a companion (note: she was wearing a protective cap).”
“Following a short hospitalization where she was treated for her wounds, specialists have requested extra recuperation time at home for Amy, where she is presently resting easily,” the assertion noted.
Her rep later told ET that Grant hit her head exceptionally hard and was thumped oblivious for around 10 minutes before she was shipped by rescue vehicle to the clinic.