The rest of Amy Grant’s fall tour dates have been postponed due to an accident. According to Grant’s team, she’ll need some time to recover from injuries. Her husband, Vince Gill, and their daughter Corina gave the singer a surprise performance to commiserate with her. The tour dates must be adjusted so she can give her best. New dates are yet to be announced.
Amy Grant Postpones Her Remaining Fall Tour Dates
Amy Grant’s team announced via Instagram that the singer has to postpone her fall tour dates for a full recovery. The singer’s scheduled September and October performances will bear the brunt. Instead, she’ll perform from February to April next year while existing tickets remain valid.
In a statement alongside the team’s post, Jennifer Cooke, Amy Grant’s manager, contributed to the postponed tour dates. According to Cooke, the singer is getting better. However, the team had to put her health first. Postponing the tour dates will help Grant to focus on her health as she rebuilds her stamina.
The manager added that Amy Grant wants to be able to give 100 percent when she tours after recovery from the accident. However, the six-time Grammy winner may not be able to give her full if she’s not fully prepared. This is the actual reason Amy Grant postponed the tour dates.
Fans have also reeled in prayers and goodwill from every angle and the singer, who has 17 No 1 albums on Billboard, is highly appreciative. According to Cooke, Grant feels the positive impact of the goodwill sent her way. The manager also told fans that Grant would like to extend her gratitude for the prayers offered since the incident.
The announcement of Grant postponing the tour dates came after a surprise performance by her husband and their last child. While on stage, Gill, 65, stated that he recently performed his hit single, When My Amy Prays, due to his wife’s accident.
He admitted to thinking about her and everything she was going through as a result of the accident. However, she has been discharged from the hospital. But Amy Grant had to postpone the tour dates following the doctor’s instructions.