Amy Grant was hurt in a biking accident in the summer of 2022. This shocked the whole world. The singer got better quickly, but now she says that the terrible thing has changed her for good. She talks about how the accident has changed how she sees things.
Amy Grant started her work in the modern Christian music scene of the 20th century. She was one of the first people to bring Christian music into general popular music.
The 62-year-old singer got her start in Augusta, Georgia. She has four older sisters, and she is the youngest. She learned how to play the guitar. In 1978, when her self-titled first record came out, she became famous.
She dropped out of college to focus on her singing career. In 1982, she put out the album “Age to Age,” which was praised by critics and made her famous.
Even her biggest fans were surprised by her “Heart in Motion” CD from 1991, which mixed different kinds of music. She did, however, make sure that every year, she played Christmas music and other holiday songs.
The singer was riding her bike in July 2022 when she hit a hole. She was knocked off her bike, and she was out for 15 minutes before she was taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Centre.
A person who works for the singer said that the artist at the time was wearing a helmet. In light of current news, the singer says she’s been having trouble since then, especially with her memory.
She said it, and Grant said, “Honestly, I can’t remember what I don’t remember.” So, I had dinner with an old school friend the other night.” At the 45th Kennedy Centre Honours, where Grant was celebrated, she talked about how she got healthy.
Grant: “Last week was my first time back on stage, and I can’t think of a better way to ease back into the spotlight than doing a Christmas concert with my dear friend Michael W. Smith,” Grant said.
“On my first day, I was nervous. The words to the songs I wrote got lost. I come here to heal, just like I did before. I’m not making this up; I feel full all over. She said, “You know, love and kindness are also very healing.”
She thanked her husband for his love and support and said, “He’s just been so patient.” She went on to say that Vince “kind of has a way of grounding the area we’re in even without saying a word.”
What if I’m different from other people? This may have been the first thing I said. He said that it was fine that we were different every day because we loved each other.