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Country star Vince Gill gave fans an update on his wife, Amy Grant, following a bike accident that sent her to the hospital with a concussion.
During the 65-year-old singer’s recent show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, Gill spoke about “everything she’s been going through” since falling off her bicycle on July 27, Billboard magazine recently reported. Gill then introduced the couple’s daughter, Corinna, to the stage to sing a song he wrote about Amy.
Their daughter changed the lyrics of Gill’s song for his wife, “When My Amy Prays,” to “When My Mama Prays.”
“We’re gonna do this song that I wrote for my wife, Amy,” Gill told the crowd. “We haven’t been doing it much, but because of her accident and everything she’s been going through we’ve been thinkin’ a lot about her. I thought how sweet it would be for her youngest to sing the song I wrote for her.”
The performance can be seen here.
According to Grant’s representative, the singer’s recovery is ongoing and she is doing well.
“She [Amy] is making progress every day,” the rep told Billboard magazine. “As Vince has announced during his concerts at the Ryman, she has a concussion and has needed a lot of downtime and peace and quiet to recover.”
“When she hit the pothole she was thrown from her bike and hit her head hard and was knocked out for about 10 [minutes] before being transported to the hospital by ambulance,” the rep added. “Every day she gets stronger and more alert/energetic.”
The news comes after Amy’s team shared an update about the singer’s condition in a post emphasizing the importance of wearing a helmet while riding a bike, as The Daily Wire previously reported.
In the Instagram post, Grant’s representatives wrote, “Thank you to all those offering prayers and well wishes for Amy after her bike crash yesterday. She is in the hospital receiving treatment but in stable condition.”
“She is expected to go home later this week where she will continue to heal,” the statement added. “Your kind thoughts and heartfelt prayers are felt and received. Amy was wearing her helmet and we would remind you all to do the same.”