Nation singer John Michael Montgomery was concerned in a “severe accident” on his approach to a live performance in North Carolina on Friday (Sept. 9).
“Yesterday we had a severe accident on the best way to a live performance in North Carolina. Everybody that was on the bus is recovering from their accidents,” Montgomery wrote in an replace to followers on Fb the day after the incident.
“Regardless of some cuts and damaged ribs, I’m doing nicely,” he mentioned.
“I’ll take a while over the subsequent couple of weeks to heal and be again on the highway quickly,” he added in his observe. “I’m grateful to the medics and freeway patrol for his or her fast response to this troublesome scenario. Because of everybody for his or her considerations.”
Montgomery — who’s the brother of Montgomery Gentry‘s Eddie Montgomery — has had a number of hits on Billboard‘s Scorching Nation Songs chart, together with seven No. 1s: “I Love the Manner You Love Me” (1993), “I Swear” (1994), “Be My Child Tonight” (1994), “If You’ve Bought Love” (1994), “I Can Love You Like That” (1995), “Offered (The Grundy County Public sale Incident)” (1995) and “The Little Lady” (2000). His 1994 album Kickin’ It Up and 1995’s John Michael Montgomery topped the Scorching Nation Albums chart, and Kickin’ It Up additionally made it to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
His subsequent tour date is scheduled for Sept. 24, in Shipshewana, Indiana. A listing of present tour dates may be discovered on his web site.
See his put up in regards to the bus accident under.