NASHVILLE, Tenn.— GMA’s reigning three-time Female Vocalist of the Year and Curb recording artist, Natalie Grant, is slated to headline the Second Annual Home Foundation Concert at Nashville’s historic Belcourt Theatre on February 17 at 7 pm. Benefiting Grant’s Home Foundation, the concert will also feature GMA’s 2008 New Artist of the Year and Reunion recording artist Brandon Heath; Reunion recording artist Tenth Avenue North; and new BEC recording artist Phillip LaRue.
Grant established the Home Foundation in 2005 to raise awareness of international human trafficking. A priority of her ministry platform, Grant educates audiences on the plight of children forced into the sex trade both domestically and around the world. The Foundation’s most recent endeavor is the H.O.M.E.S. Project, which operates in conjunction with various faith-based agencies dedicated to the restoration of trafficking victims in the United States. The H.O.M.E.S. Project helps those providing refuge to victims identified domestically by offering hope, opportunity, mentoring, empowerment and spiritual support through educational and credentialing services.
In 2008, Grant became the first artist in 13 years to win the GMA Dove Award for Female Vocalist of the Year three consecutive times. Fueled by the success of her best-selling, critically acclaimed seventh recording, Relentless, Grant was also the most-played female artist at Christian radio last year. Her latest single, “Our Hope Endures,” is currently #14 on R&R’s Christian AC National Airplay chart and #6 on the publication’s Soft AC/Inspo National Airplay chart, according to the January 30 issue.
Tickets for the Second Annual Home Foundation Concert can be purchased at www.belcourt.org or at the theatre box office, 2102 Belcourt Avenue, after 4 pm. General admission is $20 ($25 at the door) and $10 for students ($12.50 at the door).
For further information, visit www.thehomefoundation.net or www.nataliegrant.com.
For more information on Natalie Grant, visit the JFH Artists Database
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