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Amy Grant is not only one of Christian music's most influential performers. She's also a secular pop star. Grant became a bona fide gospel star in 1982 following the release of her acclaimed album, Age to Age, which won her a Grammy for Best Female Gospel Performance. In 1984, she released a Christmas album and Straight Ahead. "Angels," which she co-wrote, won her another Grammy. In 1985, Age to Age was certified platinum. Unguarded, soon followed suit and again won her a Grammy with two successful pop crossover singles, "Find a Way" and "Wise Up." A year later, she made it to number one on the pop charts with "The Next Time I Fall," a duet with Peter Cetera. She signed to A&M in 1990 and began focusing less on her squeaky-clean gospel singer persona, trying to project a more contemporary, wholesome pop image. In 1991, she had three hit singles on the pop charts: the number one "Baby Baby," "Every Heartbeat," and "That's What Love Is For." Heart in Motion went platinum and firmly established Grant as a bankable star in the secular world. In 2002, she released Legacy...Hymns and Faith. A landmark recording, Legacy was a tasteful look back at the music that both influenced and guided Grant throughout her 25 years as a performer. In August 2003, Grant returned with Simple Things, her first album of new material in six years. Grant continued to rock and released How Mercy Looks from Here in 2013. Amy Grant continues to tour the world.



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