Natalie Grant, along with her husband, GRAMMY Award-winning songwriter and producer, Bernie Herms, performed an online concert event live from the iconic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. on Tuesday, May 26, 2020. The special event, which was benefitting Hope for Justice, an international non-profit organization co-founded by Grant that works to end modern-day slavery, raised over $150,000, was streamed by over half of a million people, and was the culmination of Natalie and Bernie's "A Song A Day Keeps The Crazies Away" series, which has garnered over 30 million streams since March 17.
About Natalie Grant:
Eight-time GRAMMY® nominee Natalie Grant has remained one of Christian music's top-selling artists since her 2005 breakout RIAA Gold-certified album, Awaken. Having been named Female Vocalist of the Year by the Gospel Music Association five times, Grant has propelled multiple singles and records to the #1 spot on the Billboard album charts, including her most recent album, Be One. Along with her friend Charlotte Gambill, she launched Dare to Be, a series of special one-night events for women. In addition, she's the author of multiple books, including the Glimmer Girls series for tween girls. A fierce advocate for social justice, she's also the co-founder of Hope for Justice, an international non-profit organization with 32 offices spanning 10 countries that works to end modern-day slavery. The singer and her husband, GRAMMY® Award-winning songwriter/producer Bernie Herms, live in Nashville with their three daughters. Grant's powerful new single, "My Weapon," serves as the first taste of new music from the singer's next studio record, arriving late Summer 2020.