Jones, 75, was going into his producer’s studio to sing on his daughter Georgette Jones’ record when he struck the awning support over the front door, according to a statement from his record label, Bandit Records.

He fell down a couple of stairs and hit the cement walkway, breaking the fall with his right hand and fracturing his wrist.

Jones, a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, was scheduled to leave Nashville a few hours later to perform in Murray, Ky., on Friday night. He canceled that show as well as shows in Cumming, Ga., and Columbia, S.C.

He was treated at Baptist Hospital in Nashville and will undergo surgery Monday to make sure the wrist heals properly.

Jones’ many hits include “He Stopped Loving Her Today,” “The Grand Tour” and “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes.” He has a new album coming out Tuesday: Kickin’ Out the Footlights … Again, a duet project with Merle Haggard.