Natalie Grant

Natalie Grant grew up in Lynnwood, Washington, just outside of Seattle.  At age 17 she started arranging music for her church choir. She continued doing that while she attended Northwest University, a Christian College where was studying to become an elementary school teacher. She decided to pursue music as a career after seeing the band Truth perform for her church. She soon joined the band and toured almost non-stop for 2 years.

Natalie Grant left Truth and moved to Nashville in hopes of making it as a solo artist. She spent a time making ends meat as a secretary and worship leader before signing with Benson Records in 1997. Her self titled debut album was released in 1999.

The next major event in Natalie Grant's life was marrying producer Bernie Harms. He helped produce her second album Stronger which was released under the Pamplin Music label in 2001.

She then signed with Curb Records and released Deeper Life was in 2003, that was followed by Worship with Natalie Grant and Friends in 2004. In 2005 Natalie Grant came out with 2 albums Awaken and a Christmas album Belive, .

She won the GMA Dove Award for Female Vocalist of the Year in 2006. She won it again in 2007, then again in 2008, then again and 2009. She also had twin girls, Grace and Isabella, born in 2007. She also founded a charity to stop human trafficking. Natalie Grant's album Relentless was released in 2008.

Her latest album, Love Revolution, was released in 2010.