Amy Grant is making progress in her recovery journey. The singer was getting better by the day while recovering from her serious bicycle accident in July, which left her unconscious.
Grant’s publicist, Velvet Kelm, told ET on Sunday that the singer is “progressing every day …
On July 27, the “That’s What Love Is For” singer was taken to Vanderbilt Hospital and treated for cuts and bruises after falling during a bike ride with a friend in Nashville. Grant was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.
Kelm tells ET that when Grant was riding, he hit a pothole and was thrown off his bike. She hit her head very hard and was unconscious for about 10 minutes before being taken to the hospital by ambulance.
“Every day she gets stronger and more alert [and] Energetic,” says Kelm. “I was with him for a few hours yesterday and was very excited by his progress.”
Grant’s husband, Vince Gill, addressed his wife’s horrific accident during a performance at the Ryman Auditorium on Saturday, and brought their daughter, Corinna, on stage for a special performance of a song that Gill wrote for Grant. , which is called “When My Amy Praises”.
“We’re going to do this song that I wrote for my wife Amy,” Gill shared with the audience in Raman, as they welcomed their daughter. “We’re not overdoing it, but because of her accident and what she’s going through, we’re thinking about her a lot, and I just thought it would be lovely for her to sing a song I wrote for her. “
While performing the heartfelt song, Corinna made a notable change in the chorus, singing the words “When my mother prays” instead.
Meanwhile, Grant’s publicist told ET that, while he has had to cancel some additional planned events for Grant, “we look forward to a full schedule resumption before long.”
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