Nashville, TN (May 20, 2020)
Curb | Word Entertainment Christian music artist Natalie Grant, along with her husband, GRAMMY Award-winning songwriter and producer, Bernie Herms, are excited to announce a free online concert event, live from the iconic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN. on Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at 8 pm CT. The special event, which is benefitting Hope for Justice, will stream via Facebook Live on Natalie Grant’s page, and is the culmination of Natalie and Bernie’s A Song A Day Keeps The Crazies Away series, which has garnered 30 million streams since March 17.
Like everyone else, Grant and her family have been heeding statewide stay-at-home orders in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19. During the quarantine, she and her husband have developed the daily ritual of gathering around their piano for a single song, which the couple shares across Grant’s Facebook (@nataliegrantmusic) and Instagram (@nataliegrant) accounts. Every day, the talented couple performs one of Grant’s hits from her celebrated catalog, a favorite cover, or a hand-picked hymn.
Additionally, Grant, along with her longtime friend, author and speaker Charlotte Gambill, have announced the new Dare To Be podcast in partnership with AccessMore, an all-new online platform for faith-based podcasts that launched May 18, 2020.
The new weekly podcast will bring Grant and Gambill’s popular Dare To Be women’s events to life in a fresh format, where the two friends will cover a wide range of relevant topics through honest and raw conversations rooted in Scripture, helping listeners become all God has created them to be. Episodes of the Dare To Be podcast will air every Tuesday, beginning today, May 19.