Nation music star John Michael Montgomery cancels reveals after tour bus veered off interstate and overturned in Tennessee: Singer left with ‘damaged ribs and cuts’ following crash on the way in which to his live performance
- The 57-year-old’s trailer hit an embankment after going off street on I-75 on Friday
- He was on target to look at a live performance in North Carolina later earlier than the crash
- Montgomery will miss one other present in New Braunfels, Texas on September 17
- Two different individuals, William Salyer and Marc Wooden, had been additionally injured within the crash
- The bus titled onto its aspect after the accident, with its entrance home windows smashed
John Michael Montgomery was left injured with ‘damaged ribs and cuts’ together with two different passengers after his tour bus veered off street close to Jellico, Tennessee, whereas on his method to his subsequent live performance in North Carolina.
The 57-year-old nation singer behind ’90s hits ‘I Love the Manner You Love Me and ‘Offered’ notified followers in regards to the ‘critical’ crash on his Fb web page on Saturday.
He missed his present on Friday following the crash, and has cancelled one other present in New Braunfels, Texas that was initially scheduled for September 17.
The artist’s official web site counsel that Montgomery’s return to stage will probably be on September 24 in Shipshewana, Indiana. William Salyer of Staffordsville, Kentucky, and Marc Wooden of Frankfort, Kentucky, had been the 2 different individuals who got here out of the street accident injured.
‘Regardless of some cuts and damaged ribs, I’m doing effectively. I’ll take a while over the subsequent couple of weeks to heal and be again on the street quickly,’ Montgomery shared on social media. ‘I’m grateful to the medics and freeway patrol for his or her fast response to this tough state of affairs. Because of everybody for his or her issues.’
The 57-year-old got here out of the incident with a number of ‘damaged ribs’ and ‘cuts’. He’s at present recovering and can miss a live performance in New Braunfels, Texas, initially set on September 17
The tour bus of nation singer John Michael Montgomery flipped to its aspect after it crashed onto an embarkment on I-75 close to Jellico, Tennessee, whereas the artist was on his method to North Carolina for his subsequent live performance
The singer was with two different passengers when the trailer veered to its aspect close to the Kentucky state line
Tennessee Freeway Patrol, which the vocalist praised for its ‘fast response,’ mentioned in a report that Montgomery’s 2001 Prevost Featherlite bus was on heading south of I-75 when it swerved off-road.
The trailer then overturned after hitting an embankment close to the Kentucky border. On the time, solely Salyer was sporting a seatbelt, in accordance with USA As we speak.
Montgomery’s tour bus appears to have come out of the accident closely wrecked, because the automobile’s entrance home windows look like shattered.
The coach’s inside additionally appears as if it had flipped, whereas the trailer’s exterior appears to have been broken by bushes and branches.
Montgomery has greater than 30 singles on Billboard nation charts and his track ‘Letters from House’ was ranked at No. 24 on Billboard’s Sizzling 100 in 2004. Pictured: Montgomery performing throughout the Kentucky State Truthful at Kentucky Exposition Middle on August 24, 2022
Montgomery, who’s from Danville, Kentucky, lately appeared in Kentucky’s State Fairgrounds’ Texas’ Roadhouse Live performance Sequence final month alongside together with his son, Walker, and Noah Thompson – the winner of American Idol Season 20 in Could.
The singer’s brother was Eddie was a part of 90’s nation rock duo Montgomery Gentry.
The group remains to be energetic regardless of the demise of Troy Gentry – the opposite member of the band – who died in a helicopter crash in 2017.
Montgomery has greater than 30 singles on Billboard nation charts, of which seven have reached primary, together with ‘I Swear’, ‘Be My Child Tonight’, ‘If You have Bought Love’.
A number of of the vocalist’s singles have featured within the Billboard Sizzling 100 with ‘Letters from House in 2004’ being ranked the best at No. 24.