‘I Feel Like My Old Rascally Self’: Amy Grant Returns with Christmas Tour After Serious Head Injury

Amy Grant, the iconic gospel singer, was among the honorees at the Kennedy Center Honors that was held in Washington, D.C. two Sundays ago. She had her signature smile as she related with people at the ceremony. You will remember that Grant suffered a head injury earlier this year. Precisely July 27, Amy Grant fell off her bike, and she has been on a recovery journey since then.

The gospel music great said that she’s beginning to feel like her “old rascally self.” Continue reading to find out all about her latest interview.

Amy Grant on Her Recovery Journey

Amy Grant
Amy Grant on stage (Source: WTVC)

Amy Grant was recently in an interview with Fox News Digital where she talked about her recovery journey. The sixty-two-year-old gospel artist said that she was grateful to be out again sharing the same space with her fans. She was among the five recipients of honors at the Forty-fifth Kennedy Center Awards. Others on the list include Tania Leon, Gladys Knight, George Clooney, and members of U2.

When describing her feeling about returning to the spotlight, she jokingly said, “Am I drooling?” She continued by saying, “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 she was nervous on her first day out. She said she even forgot some of the lyrics to her songs. According to her, she’s had some guidance through the healing process. She gave her husband, Vince Gill, a lot of credit for presenting her with a “grounding place” for her healing. Amy Grant had to postpone her tour after the fall.

The superstar gospel artist said she is so happy to be back on stage. She said, “I feel like my old rascally self.”

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