Country Singer Colt Ford Lands in ICU Following Heart Attack After Arizona Concert

The 'Dirt Road Anthem' crooner has reportedly been rushed to intensive care unit for emergency help after suffering from a heart attack following a performance in Arizona.

AceShowbiz - Country-rap artist Colt Ford suffered a heart attack following his performance in Gilbert, Arizona, on Thursday, April 4. He is currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at Banner Desert Medical Center in Mesa, Arizona, in stable but critical condition.

Fellow musician Jack Schit wrote on Social media, "Prayers go out to Colt Ford in AZ tonight. Details are thin but the bus is taped off and they're calling code blue for whatever that means, I don't know if it's a member or Colt so prayers up for the entire family!"

Ford's team released a statement confirming the medical emergency and stated that he was diagnosed with the autoimmune disease Myasthenia Gravis in 2022. It is unclear if the condition contributed to his heart attack.

Ford is a renowned figure in the country music scene, known for hits such as "Dirt Road Anthem," which he co-wrote and originally recorded, and "Mind On You," which he co-wrote for George Birge. He has also received an Academy of Country Music Award nomination for his collaboration with Jamey Johnson on "Cold Beer."

Ford has a string of successful albums to his credit, including "Declaration of Independence" (2012) and "Thanks for Listening" (2014), both of which reached the top of the Billboard charts.

His team is providing updates on his condition, hoping for a speedy recovery. Fans and fellow artists have expressed their support and well wishes for his health and well-being.

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