Country Vocalist John Michael Montgomery Recuperating After Visit Transport Mishap.

The performer said he endured “cuts and broken ribs” in the Friday episode.

Country vocalist John Michael Montgomery was engaged with a “serious mishap” while heading to a show in North Carolina on Friday.

“Recently we had a serious mishap while heading to a show in North Carolina. Everybody that was on the transport is recuperating from their wounds,” Montgomery, 57, wrote in an update to fans on Facebook the day after the episode.

“In spite of certain cuts and broken ribs, I’m getting along admirably,” he said.

“I will require some time throughout the following a long time to recuperate and be back out and about soon,” he included his note. “I’m appreciative to the surgeons and interstate watch for their speedy reaction to this tough spot. On account of everybody for their interests.”
Montgomery — who’s the sibling of Montgomery Upper class’ Eddie Montgomery — has had a few hits on Bulletin’s Hot Down home Tunes outline, including seven No. 1s: “I Love the Manner in which You Love Me” (1993), “No doubt” (1994), “Be My Child This evening” (1994), “Assuming You Have Love” (1994), “I Can Adore You Like That” (1995), “Sold (The Grundy Province Closeout Occurrence)” (1995) and “The Young lady” (2000). His 1994 collection Kickin’ It Up and 1995’s John Michael Montgomery beat the Hot Down home Collections graph, and Kickin’ It Up additionally made it to No. 1 on the Bulletin 200 collections diagram.

His next event date is planned for Sept. 24, in Shipshewana, Indiana. A rundown of current event dates can be tracked down on his site.

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