Six-time GRAMMY-winner Amy Grant just released the double-disc, 30th-anniversary edition of her iconic album, Heart In Motion. It's spent its first few days once again as one of the highest-charting albums on the pop charts, this time on iTunes. Enthusiasm for the project is evident in a wide range of media coverage, including Billboard, USA Today, CNN, and much more to come. In recent months Grant has also appeared on Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, Hallmark Home & Family, and other programs. Fellow artists also shared their fondness for Grant and their favorite tunes from Heart In Motion on the Gospel Music Association's Instagram stories.
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.
Amid the celebrations surrounding the anniversary, the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame (NaSHOF) announced its Class of 2021 today, including 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.
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").
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. Click here for tour dates and more details.