In the summer of 2022, Amy Grant shocked the world when she was injured in a bicycle accident.
The singer recovered quickly, but she now says the tragedy changed her forever.
She talks about how her perspective has shifted since the accident.
Amy Grant began her career in the contemporary Christian music scene of the 20th century.
She was an early example of the Christian music movement’s crossover into mainstream popular music.
The 62-year-old vocalist had her beginnings in Georgia’s Augusta. She is the youngest of four sisters and taught herself to play the guitar.
Her breakthrough came with the release of her self-titled debut album in 1978.
She dropped out of university to focus on her music career, and in 1982 released the critically acclaimed album “Age to Age,” which catapulted her to prominence.
Her 1991 genre-bending CD “Heart in Motion” surprised even her most devoted fans.
She did, however, make sure to play Christmas music and other seasonal tunes every year.
In July of 2022, the singer was riding her bike when she hit a pothole.
She was knocked off her bike and unconscious for 15 minutes before she was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
A representative for the singer said that the performer was wearing a helmet at the time.
In light of recent revelations, the singer acknowledges that she has been struggling ever since, especially with her memory.
She said it, and Grant added, “Honestly, I can’t recall what I don’t remember.” “So, the other night I was having dinner with a high school friend.”
Grant, who was honored at the 45th Kennedy Center Honors, spoke about her road to health.
Grant: “Last week was my first time back on stage, and I can’t think of a more gentle way to get back into the limelight than doing a Christmas concert with my dear friend Michael W. Smith,” Grant said.
“I felt anxious on my first day. I lost the lyrics to the songs I wrote. Just as before, I’m visiting this place to recover. I’m not kidding; I feel filled from head to toe. You know, love and kindness is also very healing,” she said.
She thanked her husband for his love and support, saying, “He’s just been so patient.” Vince “sort of has a way of grounding the area that we’re in even without uttering a word,” she continued.
What if I’m not like everyone else? I may have mentioned this in the beginning. Every day we wake up a little bit different, but we love each other, so it’s cool, he said.
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What’s more, “I feel like my old rascally self,” she explained.
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