"Amy Grant" (born November 25 1960) is an American Christian and pop singer-songwriter and occasional actress.
Grant made her debut in 1977 under the guidance of Myrrh Records, and became the first Christian recording act to have an album be certified platinum. Following her marriage to Gary Chapman in 1982 and a subsequent deal between her record company and A&M Records, a series of successful pop-crossover records consolidated her position as both Christian music's highest-selling act and a formidable force in mainstream music, and according to ''Billboard'' magazine she was the most successful Christian recording artist of the 1980s and 1990s.
After she signed to a record company at the age of sixteen, Grant's first, self-titled album (largely self-composed) in 1977, was a runaway success in terms of the Christian music market of the time. A graduate of Harpeth Hall School and then an English major at Furman University and later Vanderbilt University, Grant made a few more albums before dropping out of college to pursue a career in music. These albums included 1979's ''My Father's Eyes'' (the title track written by Grant's future first husband, singer-songwriter...
|Born||November 25 1960|
|Origin||Augusta, Georgia, United States|
|Genre||Contemporary Christian music|