Amy Grant, a well-known singer who started her career in 20th-century contemporary Christian music and was one of the first Christian musicians to transition to pop music, was involved in a bike accident in the summer of 2022.
Although she made a rapid recovery, she has admitted that the incident had some long-lasting effects on her memory.
Grant, who is 62 and from Augusta, Georgia, learned to play the guitar on her own and is the youngest of four sisters. Her debut self-titled album was published in 1978 and greatly aided in her rise to fame. She left school to focus on her music career and in 1982 published the well-known album “Age to Age,” which assisted her in reaching new heights in her profession. She shocked some of her more seasoned followers in 1991 when she released “Heart in Motion” as a genre experiment, but she always made sure to include holiday-themed songs and Christmas music.
The singer hit a pothole while riding her bike in July 2022, and although she was wearing a helmet at the time, she was knocked from her bike and remained unconscious for 15 minutes before being sent to Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Now the singer is revealing that she has been suffering ever since, especially with her memory.
Grant has been discussing her recovery process and her experience at the 45th Kennedy Center Honors. “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 stated.
She thanked her husband for his support, saying, “He has just been so patient.” She added, “Vince has a kind of way of grounding the space that we’re in even without saying a word.”
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