Vince Gill and Amy Grant's daughter Corrina Grant Gill delivered a special performance in honor of her mom, who is currently recovering from a recent bike accident.
The 21-year-old joined her dad on stage Friday evening at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, to sing a cover of "When My Amy Prays," a song Gill wrote for Grant, which is included on the country singer's 2019 album "Okie."
Gill was performing the third night of a four-night residency at the venue, as part of its 130th anniversary celebration.
"We're gonna do this song that I wrote for my wife, Amy," Gill told the audience while introducing his daughter, in a video posted to Grant's Facebook the following day.
"We haven't been doing it much, but because of her accident and everything she's been going through we've been thinking a lot about her, and I thought how sweet it would be for her youngest to sing the song I wrote for her."
During the performance, Grant Gill noticeably changed the lyrics of the song's chorus from "When my Amy prays" to "When my mama prays."
She became choked up early in the song, apologizing to the crowd, which clapped loudly in support.
"I'm just like my dad," she said, laughing.
Grant was hospitalized on July 27 following a bicycling accident in Nashville. According to her representatives, Grant hit a pothole and was thrown from her bike, hitting her head hard.
The Christian pop singer's team wrote in the video's caption on Friday that she was unconscious for 10 minutes after her bike accident and sustained a concussion in addition to "various cuts and bruises."
In an update on July 27, a day after the incident, Grant's team thanked fans for their "prayers and well wishes" and delivered a reminder on her behalf.
"Amy was wearing her helmet and we would remind you all to do the same!" they wrote.
On July 29, Grant's team shared that Grant was recovering at home and "resting comfortably" after being treated for her injuries during a "brief hospitalization." They also announced that her concerts scheduled for August had been postponed until April and June 2023.