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Amy Grant postponed it remaining tour dates Friday as the singer continues to recover after falling off her bike in July.
“My friends, unfortunately we have to postpone Amy’s tour dates scheduled for September and October as Amy needs more time to recover from injury and concussion suffered in a bicycle accident in Nashville on July 27, 2022,” his team wrote in a statement.
Grant had previously postponed his August shows immediately after the crash.
All rescheduled dates will be rescheduled from February to April 2023, the statement said.
The Singer of “Baby, Bay” was unconscious for approximately 10 minutes after falling from a pothole. She was treated in a hospital for cuts and scrapes as well as a concussion.
“Amy is getting stronger every day,” Grant’s manager Jennifer Cooke said in the statement. “Just as she did after her heart surgery, we are amazed at how quickly she is healing. However, although she is doing much better, we have made the difficult decision to postpone her fall tour so that “She can focus on her recovery and rebuild her stamina. She wants to be able to give 100% on her tours and, unfortunately, we don’t think that will be the case by the time rehearsals start for the fall dates.” .
She added, “Amy would like to express her gratitude for all the good wishes and prayers offered since the accident. She feels the impact of collective goodwill stretches across her path. Thank you.”
Her husband of 22 years, Vince Gill and their daughter Corrina sang Gill’s song “When My Amy Prays” on stage at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville a week ago in honor of Grant and Gill told the audience that her woman was getting better every day, a Facebook post from Grant who shared concert video said.
Corinna changed the lyrics to “when my mum prays”.
Gill told the audience that he hadn’t performed the song recently because of “her accident and everything she’s been through”. He added, “I thought how sweet it would be for her youngest to sing this song I wrote for her.”
Grant will resume touring in November for the Christmas Tour with Michael W. Smith and for the annual “Christmas At The Ryman” residency with Gill.
Fox News’ Phillip Nieto contributed to this report.