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Natalie Grant Enlists Cory Asbury For Powerful Recording Of “You Will Be Found”

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Award-winning Curb | Word Entertainment recording artist Natalie Grant puts a spiritual stamp on “You Will Be Found” from the celebrated musical-turned-movie Dear Evan Hansen. Enlisting the help of acclaimed singer/songwriter Cory Asbury, Grant’s moving version of the hope-filled ballad is available today (12/16) — listen HERE.

“The first time I ever heard this song, I was so overcome with how it just made me think of the message of the Gospel. The lyrics immediately made me think of the love of Jesus and how it has the ability to find every single one of us. It doesn’t matter who you are or what you’ve done, there’s never a moment that you are so far gone that the love of God can’t find you,” Grant says. “I feel like I have the opportunity, not only to let the love of God find me, but to then let the love of God shine through me so I can carry that light and that love to so many people who need to know the message that no matter who you are, when you’re broken and on the ground, you will be found.”

“You Will Be Found (feat. Cory Asbury)” was written by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul (La La Land, The Greatest Showman), and produced by Grant’s husband, Bernie Herms. The track has become an anthem for those struggling with anxiety and depression, and Grant prays her rendition will provide a source of encouragement and peace for listeners as she points to the ultimate hope found in Jesus in the midst of a busy holiday season.

The nine-time GRAMMY nominee will wrap the 2022 “K-LOVE Christmas Tour” alongside Danny Gokey, Brandon Heath, Tasha Layton and Jon Reddick this weekend as the multi-artist outing makes final stops in Texas and Arkansas.

 

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