1 Early life
3 Personal life
6 Awards 6.1 GMA Dove Awards
8 External links
Grant is married to her producer Bernie Herms and gave birth to twin girls on February 16, 2007. he was a speaker and performer on the Revolve Tour, a conference for teen girls from Women of Faith.
She has a passion to see an end to human trafficking. She was affected by an episode of Law & Order that dealt with the topic and began researching. Her studies led her and her husband to travel to India to witness the red-light districts and what is being done to stop them. That experience, coming in the middle of a restless, stressed-out season for her, completely changed the trajectory of Natalie’s life, awakening her out of complacency and passivity and into a life driven by compassion and passion. And it has forever changed the way she approaches her music.
Natalie will be heading out on tour with award winning, multi-platinum selling Billboard magazine’s Artist of The Decade MercyMe in April 2011.
She recently toured on the Speaking Louder Than Before tour with Bebo Norman and Jeremy Camp. She also contributed the song „Breathe On Me“ to Crystal Aikin’s self-titled debut album.
Grant’s eighth album, Love Revolution, was released on August 24, 2010.
In an interview with The 700 Club, Natalie revealed she suffered from bulimia. She says God helped her get over her eating disorder.
Natalie and producer husband, Bernie Herms have fraternal twin girls, Grace Ana and Isabella Noelle. On December 17, 2010, Grant gave birth to their third child, Sadie Rose in Nashville, TN.
Main article: Natalie Grant discography
1999: Natalie Grant
2003: Deeper Life
2010: Love Revolution
Other Albums 2004: Worship with Natalie Grant and Friends
The Real Me: Being the Girl God Sees ISBN 0849908825
2005 Female Vocalist of the Year Nominated
& Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year („Live for Today“) - Nominated
2006 Artist of the Year Nominated
& Female Vocalist of the Year - Won
& Song of the Year („Held“) - Nominated
& Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year („Held“) - Nominated
& Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year (Awaken) - Nominated
& Inspirational Album of the Year (Believe) - Nominated
2007 Female Vocalist of the Year - Won
2008 - Artist of the Year - Nominated
& Female Vocalist of the Year - Won
& Song of the Year („In Better Hands“) - Nominated
& Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year („In Better Hands“) - Nominated
2009 - Female Vocalist of the Year - Won
& Song of the Year („I Will Not Be Moved“) - Nominated
& Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year („I Will Not Be Moved“) - Nominated
& Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year (Relentless) - Nominated
& Worship Song of the Year („Breathe on Me“) - Nominated
2010 - Female Vocalist of the Year - Nominated
2011 - Artist of the Year - Nominated
& Female Vocalist of the Year - Nominated
& Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year - Nominated
1. GOSPEL MUSIC ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES INITIAL HOSTS AND PERFORMERS FOR 41st ANNUAL DOVE AWARDS, TO BE HELD ON APRIL 21, 2010 AT NASHVILLE’S FAMED GRAND OLE OPRY HOUSE“. gospelmusic.org. 2009-12-23. Retrieved 2010-01-08.
2. „Twins for Natalie“. crossRhythms.co.uk. 2007-03-01. Retrieved 2008-09-14.
3. http://www.cbn.com/cbnmusic/Artists/Grant_Natalie.aspx CBNmusic - Natalie Grant
4. „Shine FM::Events“. 951shinefm.com. 2010-01-08. Retrieved 2010-01-08.
Official Web site http://nataliegrant.com/#!/ss:facebook
Natalie’s videos on YouTube
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