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Lani Wilson says her father with health issues ‘wanted to go a long way’ – Billboard

“Heart Like a Truck” singer-songwriter and yellowstone Actor Laney Wilson was forced to cancel some shows at the last minute last weekend, and later shared that his father is facing serious health problems.

On Tuesday evening (August 2), Wilson posted a video on Instagram updating fans about his father’s health condition. He is currently in the intensive care unit at a hospital in Houston.

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“Hello you all. I just want to jump in here and check out everything that happened last week,” Wilson said in the video. “As you all probably already know, my dad is not doing well. As well as trying to deal with this terrible situation, I want to let you know that I have seen the power of prayer work wonders. I and my family have felt every prayer, every single heart.”

Wilson continued, “The support and outreach has been unreal and overwhelming and it goes unnoticed. I just wanted to say how much it means and let you know it’s really working wonders. He still has There is a long way to go, so please keep praying if you can because I know this is really going to make all the difference in the world… if anyone has a ‘truck like heart’, that is. “

She also noted that she would go back on the road to continue with the tour dates she had already scheduled. “As much as I want to spend time — every minute of every hour — on behalf of my dad and my family, I know he is proud of the hard work. So that’s what I’m going to do,” she shared Wilson. So I’ll be back on the road this weekend singing every note for her and making her proud.”

According to Wilson’s official website, she performs at the YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California on Thursday (August 4), as well as shows at the Santa Barbara Bowl on Friday (August 5) and Saturday (August 6). Red Rock in Las Vegas.

Wilson’s update about his father, whom he called “toughest man i know– Brought many words of encouragement from the country music community, including Kelly Hammack, Hailey Whitters, Michelle Tenpenny, Laney’s “Never Say Never” collaborator Cole Swindell, The War and Treaty, Jelly Roll, Travis Denning, Muscadine Bloodline and Best Wishes . More.

Watch his update below:



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Reference from www.billboard.com

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