Natalie Grant At Grand Ole Opry
Natalie Grant first started her career in contemporary Christian music when she auditioned for the traveling music group Truth, but later she moved to Nashville to pursue her solo career. There, she signed with Benson Records in 1997 and began working on her self-titled debut which was released in 1999. Through Pamplin Music, she released Stronger in 2001, and later, with Curb Records, she made several other solo albums, including Deeper Love in 2003, Awaken in 2005, Believe in 2005, Relentless in 2008, Love Revolution in 2010, and Hurricane in 2013.
Now, Natalie focuses on songs that will inspire, give hope, and motivate others to make their lives matter. She has received the Gospel Music Association’s Dove Award for Female Vocalist of the Year four consecutive years (2006-2009) and again in 2012. She was also nominated for a Grammy in 2012 for her performance of “Alive.” She wrote a book titled The Real Me in 2005, and she was a speaker and performer on the Revolve Tour, a conference for teen girls from Women of Faith.