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Amy Grant Inducted Into Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame

Amy Grant Inducted Into Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame

Amy Grant

Six-time GRAMMY-winner Amy Grant will be inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame (NaSHOF). The Class of 2021 includes Grant, along with Toby Keith, Rhett Akins, Buddy Cannon, and John Scott Sherrill. All five will be officially inducted into the Hall this November, during the “50/51” Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame Gala on November 1, at the Music City Center. 

(l-r): John Scott Sherrill, Amy Grant, Buddy Cannon, Rhett Akins
Photo Credit: Bev Moser

Grant released the double-disc, 30th-anniversary edition of her iconic album, Heart In Motion, which spent its first few days on the highest-charting albums on the pop charts on iTunes.

Originally released on March 5, 1991, Heart In Motion was GRAMMY-nominated, sold over 5 million copies and garnered five Billboard Top 10 singles (“Baby Baby,” “Every Heartbeat,” “That’s What Love Is For,” “I Will Remember You,” and “Good For Me.”).

Upcoming, Grant will also appear on FOX & Friend’s All American Summer performing her GRAMMY-nominated, No. 1 smash, “Baby Baby,” which topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for two consecutive weeks.

Grant will hit the road and visit 42 cities this fall with a set that will span her four-decade-long career, including hits from Heart In Motion to celebrate its milestone anniversary. Visit AmyGrant.com for all details.

Tour Dates:

5-Aug/Beaver Creek, CO – Vilar Performing Arts Center

6-Aug/Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre

7-Aug/Salina, KS – Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts

14-Aug/LaGrange, GA-Sweetland Amphitheater at Boyd Park

15-Aug/Pelham, TN-The Caverns

8-Sept/Lancaster, PA-American Music Theatre

9-Sept/Medford, MA-The Chevalier Theater

10-Sept/Baltimore, MD-Modell Performing Arts Center @ The Lyric

11-Sep/Richmond, KY-EKU Center for the Arts, Eastern Kentucky Univ

16-Sept/New Philadelphia, OH-Performing Arts Center at Kent State

17-Sept/Greensburg, PA-Palace Theatre

18-Sept/Warsaw, IN-Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts

20-Sept/Alexandria, VA-The Birchmere Music Hall

21-Sept/Dayton, OH-Schuster Center

22-Sept/Rocky Mount, VA-Harvester Performance Center

23-Sept/Durham, NC-Carolina Theatre

25-Sept/Charlottesville, VA-Paramount Theater

26-Sept/Bristol, TN-Paramount Center for the Arts

1-3-Oct/Franklin, TN – Tennessee Weekend

8-Oct/Greeley, CO-Union Colony Civic Center

9-Oct/Salt Lake City, UT-Eccles Theater

10-Oct/Boise, ID-Morrison Center for the Perf Arts

11-Oct/Spokane, WA-First Interstate Center for the Arts

13-Oct/Bellingham, WA-Mount Baker Theatre

14-Oct/Eugene, OR-McDonald Theater

See Also

15-Oct/Santa Rosa, CA-Luther Burbank Center for the Arts

16-Oct/Bakersfield, CA-The Historic Bakersfield Fox Theater

18-Oct/San Jose, CA-California Theater

19-Oct/Grass Valley, CA-The Center for the Arts

20-Oct/Anaheim, CA-City National Grove of Anaheim

22-Oct/Beverly Hills, CA-Saban Theater

23-Oct/Chandler, AZ-Chandler Center for the Arts

24-Oct/Tucson, AZ-Fox Tucson Theatre

26-Oct/Lubbock, TX-The Buddy Holly Hall

27-Oct/Dallas, TX-Majestic Theatre

28-Oct/Houston, TX-Arena Theatre

29-Oct/Pensacola, FL-Saenger Theater

5-Nov/Marion, OH-Palace Theatre

6-Nov/St. Charles, IL-The Arcada Theater

7-Nov/Crystal Lake, IL-Raue Center for the Arts

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