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HARDY injured in bus accident

Monday, October 3, 2022 – HARDY and three others were hospitalized following a bus accident over the weekend following a concert in Bristol, Tenn.

The singer said on Sunday in a social media post that he suffered "significant injuries," but was released. However, his bus driver remained in the hospital.

The tour bus, with four people aboard, overturned in an accident on I-40 west of Nashville.

"There were just four of us, including myself, on the bus, however, we were all treated for significant injuries," HARDY posted on Instagram.

HARDY said the bus driver "needs your prayers. His family is with him while he is being treated, and we're all pulling and praying for him."

HARDY said he was "ordered by doctors to recover for the next few weeks." It "may cost us a couple of shows," HARDY said.

HARDY's next show is slated to be Oct. 8 in Arlington, Texas with Morgan Wallen. HARDY has released several new songs recently including "Jack" on Sept. 30 and "Wait in the Truck" with Lainey Wilson.


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CD review - Where To Find Me There is a logical fallacy known as guilt by association. In the case of Hardy, it may be easy to harbor prejudice of Hardy because he's spent time writing songs with major bro country offenders, Florida Georgia Line. Hardy's "Where To Find Me" quickly and decisively puts any guilt by associations to rest with its opener, a beautiful country song called "I'll Quit Lovin' You," which is both smartly written and heartfelt. This project - his second EP - is ...
CD review - This Ole Boy Perhaps better known to listeners as the songwriter behind number one hits "Up Down" (Morgan Wallen featuring Florida Georgia Line) and "Simple" (Florida Georgia Line), Philadelphia, Miss. native HARDY steps up to the microphone this time out with his debut EP, This Ole Boy. Featuring four radio ready tracks full of country swagger, the EP heralds the coming of another great voice. The songs build heavily on country stereotypes, HARDY laying down his country cred hard here ...


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