Grand Ole Opry star Mel McDaniel has been moved from a Nashville-area hospital to a rehabilitation facility, as he continues to recover from a heart attack suffered on June 16. The 66-year-old singer was placed in a medically induced coma during his hospitalization, with his wife Peggy saying at the time that his situation was "not good."

A benefit concert for McDaniel is scheduled for Aug. 13 at the Nashville Palace nightclub. Gene Watson, David Ball, Jim Ed Brown and Buddy Jewell are among the artists scheduled to perform.

McDaniel, whose hits include 'Baby's Got Her Blue Jeans On,' joined the Grand Ole Opry cast in 1986.