NASHVILLE, Tenn. (January 24, 2018) – Multi-award winning singer-songwriter-producer team Natalie Grant and Bernie Herms will be presenters at the 60th Annual GRAMMY® Awards Premiere Ceremony on Sunday, January 28 live beginning at 3 p.m. EST. Watch the live stream at www.grammy.com. Collectively, the husband/wife team is nominated for three awards including Grant’s single “Clean,” for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song from her No. 1 debuting album Be One. Herms receives two as songwriter for “Oh My Soul,” recorded by Casting Crowns for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song and for his work as a producer on Danny Gokey’s hit album Rise, for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 28, 2017) - Award-winning singer-songwriter Natalie Grant received a GRAMMY® nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song for "Clean." This is her seventh GRAMMY® nomination. "Clean" was solely penned by Grant and is on her ninth studio album Be One (Curb Records, November 15, 2015), which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Christian Albums Chart. "Clean" quickly went viral, inspiring stories of healing from fans all over the world.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Sept. 21, 2017) – Natalie Grant will undergo surgery on October 10thto remove half of her thyroid, where two tumors have been found. As a result of the surgery, she will be canceling her shows and special appearances from mid October through the end of November to focus on recovery. Long known for her openness and transparency with her fans, Grant posted a personal video on social media, asking for prayer.
The GMA (Gospel Music Association) Foundation announces today its inductees and honorees for the annual GMA Honors Celebration set for Tuesday, May 9, at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena. This year’s inductees include award-winning CCM artist Steve Green; Gospel legend Yolanda Adams; world-class Southern Gospel group Gold City Quartet and legendary management team and founders of Reunion Records, Michael Blanton and Dan Harrell. The event also honors individuals and organizations that are impacting our culture both past and present. This year’s honorees include Amy Grant for Helping Hands, Dr. Shirley Caesar for Shirley Caesar Outreach Ministries, Compassion International and Natalie Grant for Hope for Justice.
Award-winning Natalie Grant received two GRAMMY® nominations for “Best Contemporary Christian Music Album” for Be One and “Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song” for “King Of The World.” Grant’s husband, producer and songwriter Bernie Herms, earned a nod for producing Grant's album, as well as two nominations for his work on Hillary Scott’s album Love Remains and song “Thy Will," which spent 14 consecutive weeks at #1.