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Exclusive: Natalie Grant Shares The God-Connection Stories Behind ‘Seasons’ Guest Artists

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Nine-time GRAMMY nominee Natalie Grant has remained one of Christian music’s top-selling artists since her 2005 breakout RIAA Gold-certified album, Awaken. Having been named Female Vocalist of the Year by the Gospel Music Association five times, Grant has propelled multiple singles and records to the #1 spot on the Billboard album charts. She’s the author of multiple books, including the Glimmer Girls series for tween girls. A fierce advocate for social justice, she’s also the co-founder of Hope for Justice, an international non-profit organization with offices in 7 countries across 5 continents that works to end modern-day slavery. The singer and her husband, GRAMMY Award-winning songwriter/producer Bernie Herms, live in Nashville with their three daughters.

Grant’s new album, Seasons, will be available on October 6. The 10-track LP features Grant’s own twist on songs that have made a lasting impression on both her life as well as her illustrious career. To create Seasons, Grant invited some of the top artists in their genres to join her including Mary Mary with their first re-recorded version of the smash hit “Shackles (Praise You),” Tasha Cobbs Leonard on Paul Simon’s “Bridge Over Troubled Water,” and her mother and daughters on Bob Dylan’s “Make You Feel My Love.” The first single from Seasons, “You Will Be Found” with Cory Asbury, has resonated with audiences around the globe with over 20 million global on demand streams, matching Grant’s highest charting Billboard Airplay career single, “King of the World.” Seasons can now be pre-ordered/pre-saved/pre-added HERE.

In this TCB exclusive, Natalie shares why she revealed the tracklist and guest artists as she did for Seasons. She highlights how each guest pairing came to be with the track, including some special moments connecting with Cory Asbury, CeCe Winans, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Jonathan McReynolds and Dolly Parton. Natalie concludes by discussing her hopes for others to see Jesus thread throughout their lives, and to re-introduce some classic songs to listeners who may not be familiar with them.

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