Ashley McBryde Recovering From Horse Riding Accident

Ashley McBryde was forced to cancel a show in Montana earlier this week, after sustaining injuries in an accident while riding a horse. McBryde spoke out about the accident, in a statement shared on social media.

“Earlier today, Ashley was enjoying her time in the beautiful state of Montana and had an accident while riding a horse,” a statement reads on her Instagram Stories. “After a trip to the hospital and a few stitches (and some very sore bones) she is recovering and doing her best to ensure she can play again as soon as possible. Thank you to the wonderful EMTs and hospital workers in Missoula. Our sincerest apologies to the fans for the postponement tonight. As soon as we have updates on other shows this week, we will make sure to let everyone know.”

McBryde and Carly Pearce just teamed up for “Never Wanted to Be That Girl,” from Pearce’s 29: Written in Stone  record.

“I think that what’s so cool about this song is it is two women that never meet in the song,” Pearce tells Everything Nash of the song. “We never meet, but we’re experiencing something so similar. It almost wrote itself in the room, of her perspective, to my perspective. It’s something that I think a lot of women go through and deal with.”

McBryde recently scored three CMA Awards nominations, for Female Vocalist of the Year, as well as Song of the Year and Single of the Year, both for “One Night Standards.”

McBryde is currently on her This Town Talks Tour, with Ray Fulcher serving as her opening act. She is scheduled to play Thursday night, September 23, in Spokane, Washington. Updates will be posted on her website as available.