What Happened to Hardy?

March 25, 2024

The "Truck Bed" singer and songwriter has been dealing with a lot since he and his crew were involved in a bus accident last year. HARDY took to Instagram this week and shared with fans that he's having to cancel a few shows due to serious anxiety that has accelerated over the past couple weeks.

In the October 13 Instagram post, he explained to fans that he had been dealing with "severe anxiety attacks" that have been making him go to the hospital over and over again. He also explained that he's going to have to cancel two upcoming Mockingbird & Crow tour shows in South Carolina and Mississippi and a show that was scheduled for this Saturday at the Georgia Rodeo in Athens will be postponed to April 12. Ticketholders will be given refunds at point of purchase.

HARDY has been making waves in country music with his songs like "One Beer" and "Give Heaven a Chance." He's also written hits for other well-known acts, including Florida Georgia Line, Blake Shelton, Thomas Rhett, and Morgan Wallen.

In the fall of 2022, HARDY was performing in Tennessee when his tour bus ran off the highway at about 70 miles per hour and flipped into the woods. The 32-year-old was injured along with his manager, a videographer, and the driver. He's been open about his mental health struggles since the incident and has received a lot of support from other country stars.


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