Less than two weeks after her husband Michael Scott "Cactus" Moser had his left leg amputated after being involved in a motorcycle accident, country star Wynonna Judd is ready to resume touring and says she is "looking forward" to a time when her drummer hubby Moser is well enough to share the stage with her once again.
Today Judd released a statement thanking fans for their support as well as announcing she'll resume touring with her band, The Big Noise, this Thursday, August 30 while her husband "begins his road to rehabilitation."
She writes: "We continue to feel loved and supported by the outpouring of messages from people around the world. Cactus continues to improve every day as he begins his road to rehabilitation. We are looking forward to the day when we will be back together on stage again and I believe we will be stronger than ever. Until then I will be out on the road with the rest of the band while I wait lovingly and patiently for my husband to return to The Big Noise."
Judd and her husband were riding on separate bikes before her concert in Deadwood, South Dakota on August 18 when Moser collided
with an oncoming vehicle.
While fans have been kind enough to send cards, flowers and gifts to the singer's husband following the accident, Judd instead encourages donations in Moser's name to Homes For Our Troops
, a non-profit organization aiding military personnel who have returned home with serious disabilities.
"Cactus will be notified of every dollar donated in his name and you can even include a message to him along with your donation," she writes.
For more information or to learn about how you can donate to the cause, click here
Judd and The Big Noise will play Leelanau Sands Casino in Peshawbestwon, Michigan this Thursday, August 30.