Amy Grant’s bike accident left her unconscious for nearly 10 minutes and concussion, but her team says her recovery is progressing well.
Grant was hospitalized on July 27 after she fell while riding a bike with friends in Nashville.
“She’s improving every day,” said a representative for Grant Billboards on Sunday. “As Vince announced during his performances at Ryman, she was concussion and needed a lot of rest and quiet to recover. When she hit the pothole, she was thrown off the bike and hit her head hard and was knocked unconscious for about 10 minutes. [minutes] before being transported by ambulance to the hospital. Every day she becomes stronger and more alert/energetic. ”
Vince Gill, the singer’s husband, addressed Grant’s accident Saturday night, during a four-night stay at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.
Gill welcomed the couple’s daughter Corinna onto the stage to sing “When My Amy Prays” for Grant; Corinna changed the words of the chorus to “when my mother prayed.”
“We’re going to do this song that I wrote for my wife, Amy,” Gill can be heard telling the audience in a video from the show shared on Grant’s Facebook page. “We didn’t do it much, but because of her accident and everything she was going through, we thought a lot about her. I thought how sweet it would be for her maknae to sing the song I wrote for her.”
Watch Corinna’s performance in Grant’s honor below. Grant’s rep said that the singer – who had to cancel her tour date in August due to her accident – hopes to resume a full schedule soon.
This story first appeared on Billboard.com.