In the '80s, singer-songwriter Amy Grant parlayed her fame as a Christian recording artist into one of the most successful crossover stories of the decade, topping the mainstream pop charts with adult contemporary hits like "The Next Time I Fall" and "Baby Baby." Since then, Grant has continued to wow fans with her angelic vocals and penchant for pop hooks, earning a reputation as an energetic and inspiring live performer. In 2014, Grant will treat fans with a string of solo tour stops as well as her performances on An Evening with Amy Grant and Vince Gill, her nationwide tour with Vince Gill.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
“I saw Amy Grant almost 30 years ago, and it was wonderful to see her again. She played a lot of old hits in addition to the new, and hit just about every one of my favorites!”
“This latest tour is another wonderful example of why I keep coming back. Amy is Amy; she's refreshing, rejuvenating, delightful. I always leave her shows feeling inspired and reconnected to the human experience.”
“Her warm and engaging style makes you feel like she is singing just to you or that you are visiting in her living room.”
Amy Grant undoubtedly holds the title of most accomplished Christian music artist in history, selling more albums than any other entertainer in her genre. Her ‘80s hits “El Shaddai,” “My Father’s Eyes” “and “Angels” have become contemporary Christian classics, and her crossover to mainstream music also met with phenomenal success. In 1986 Grant reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “The Next Time I Fall in Love,” a duet with Pete Cetera, topping the charts again in 1992 with ubiquitous hit “Baby, Baby." She has received multiple Grammy and Dove Awards, and was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2003.