Recording artist Mindy Gledhill will perform in concert Feb. 2 in Provo to help raise funds for Stephanie Nielson, of Mesa, Ariz., who was injured in a plane crash.Nielson, her husband, Christian Nielson, and his flight instructor, Doug Kinneard, were flying near St. Johns, Ariz., on Aug. 16 when they crashed after the plane's engine stalled. Kinneard died soon after arriving at the hospital, and the Nielsons were in critical condition. Christian had burns on more than 30 percent of his body while Stephanie, daughter of Utah Rep. Steve Clark, was burned on more than 80 percent of her body. The Nielsons have returned to Utah to finish their recovery. The couple have children ages 6, 5, 3 and 1 who are now being cared for by family.Known online as \"Nie,\" Stephanie had been writing a popular blog called the NieNie Dialogues. Word about the accident spread quickly through the blogging community and gained national news attention. And with rising medical bills, many have begun special charity functions to raise money for the Nie Recovery Fund. The concert is at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo. Tickets are $15 general admission or $12 for students, seniors and groups of six or more. For tickets, go to www.coveycenter.org or call 801-852-7007.