Wynonna Judd’s husband ‘Cactus’ Moser triumphantly returns to stage after motorcycle accident

By Daniel S Levine,

Singer Wynonna Judd’s husband, drummer Michael Scott ‘Cactus’ Moser, returned to the stage Tuesday for the first time since he had his leg amputated in August following a serious motorcycle accident.

Judd was forced to postpone her Canada shows after the accident. Her rep later told People that Moser’s leg was amputated at the knee and doctors also had to work on his hands.

Moser was supposed to spend three to four weeks in rehab, but he only spent eight days, People notes. He returned to the stage at Judd’s Regina, Saskatchewan show Tuesday, where he was welcomed with a standing ovation. That show was first scheduled for Aug. 22.

“It’s been a long way from Aug. 18 to here. It’s truly a miracle,” Judd told the crowd, reports The Leader-Post.

Judd, 48, and Moser, 55, married in June and said that the accident had made them closer as a couple.

“I went from Wyonnna the singer to Wynonna the wife, the nurse, the cook, the driver. We're talking real down-in-the-trenches, hardcore stuff that you don't really think you're gonna have to go to [in a marriage],” Judd told The Boot earlier this month.

Judd announced on Twitter Monday that Moser would be returning to the stage this week.



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