ALBUM FACTS:

  • Over 30 million albums sold worldwide, including 1 Quintuple Platinum album, 1 Triple Platinum, and 1 Double Platinum album, as well as additional 4 Platinum and 6 Gold albums.
    • (2013) How Mercy Looks From Here
    • (2010) Somewhere Down The Road
    • (2008) The Christmas Collection
    • (2008) Lead Me On 20th Anniversary Edition
    • (2007) Greatest Hits
    • (2006) Time Again…Amy Grant Live
    • (2005) Rock of Ages…Hymns & Faith
    • (2004) Greatest Hits 1986 — 2004
    • (2003) Simple Things
    • (2002) (GOLD) Legacy…Hymns & Faith
    • (1999) (GOLD) A Christmas To Remember
    • (1997) (GOLD) Behind the Eyes
    • (1994) (2xs PLATINUM) House of Love
    • (1992) (3xs PLATINUM) Home For Christmas
    • (1991) (5xs PLATINUM) Heart In Motion
    • (1988) (GOLD) Lead Me On
    • (1986) (PLATINUM) The Collection
    • (1985) (PLATINUM) Unguarded
    • (1984) (GOLD) Straight Ahead
    • (1983) (PLATINUM) A Christmas Album
    • (1982) (PLATINUM) Age To Age
    • (1981) Amy Grant “In Concert. Vol. II”
    • (1981) Amy Grant “In Concert”
    • (198O) Never Alone
    • (1979) (GOLD)  Father’s Eyes
    • (1977) (GOLD) Amy Grant


VIDEOS:

  • “Simple Things” (2003)
  • “Takes a Little Time” (1997)
  • “Things We Do For Love” (1996)
  • “Say You’ll Be Mine” (1994)
  • “House of Love” (1994)
  • “House of Love” (With footage from the motion picture, Speechless) (1994)
  • “Big Yellow Taxi” (1994)
  • “Lucky One” (1994)
  • “Grown-Up Christmas List” (1992)
  • “I Will Remember You” (1992)
  • “Good For Me” (1992)
  • “That’s What Love Is For” (1991)
  • “Every Heartbeat” (1991)
  • “Baby Baby” (1991)
  • “Lead Me On” (1989)
  • “Stay For Awhile” (1989)
  • “Next Time I Fall” (1988)
  • “Wise Up” (1986)
  • “Find A Way” (1986)
  • “It’s Not A Song” (1985)
  • “Angels” (1985)


TELEVISION APPEARANCES: (partial list only)

  • Three Wishes on NBC (Host)
  • Oprah
  • Good Morning America
  • The Today Show
  • CBS This Morning
  • The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
  • Late Night with David Letterman
  • Late Night with Bob Costas
  • Larry King Live
  • Live With Regis and Kathie Lee
  • The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson
  • The Phil Donahue Show
  • Arsenio Hall
  • The Grammy Awards
  • The American Music Awards
  • Entertainment Tonight
  • Christmas In Washington
  • The Patti LaBelle Special
  • The Prince’s Trust Concert
  • Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Amy Grant: Headin’ Home for the Holidays
  • CBS: A Christmas To Remember
  • ABC: Christmas with the Stars
  • Lifetime Television Special
  • “Women Rock!: Girls & Guitars”


FULL LENGTH VIDEOS & DVDs:

  • Time Again…Amy Grant Live DVD (2006)
  • Building the House of Love (1994)
  • Amy Grant’s Old Fashioned Christmas (1992) (GOLD)
  • Heart In Motion (1992) (GOLD)
  • Find A Way Video (1986)
  • “In Concert” The Age to Age Tour (1983)

MOVIES

  • A Song From the Heart (1999) CBS “Movie of the Week” (Starring Amy Grant, Keith Carradine, and D.W. Moffett)


GRAMMY AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

  • 1994 — Nomination — Children Spoken Word — Lion & the Lamb
  • 1992 — Nomination — Album of the Year — Heart in Motion
  • 1992 — Nomination — Song of the Year — Baby Baby
  • 1992 — Nomination — Record of the Year — Baby Baby
  • 1992 — Nomination — Pop Performance Female — Baby Baby
  • 2006 — Award — Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album — Rock of Ages…Hymns & Faith
  • 1988 — Award — Best Contemporary Album — Lead Me On
  • 1986 — Award — Best Gospel Performance – Unguarded
  • 1985 — Award — Best Gospel Performance – Angels
  • 1984 — Award — Best Gospel Performance — Ageless Medley
  • 1983 — Award — Best Contemporary Album — Age to Age


OTHER SPECIAL AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • 26 Dove Awards — Including 4 Time Artist of the Year
  • 2007    Authored and published the book Mosaic: Pieces of My Life So Far (Random House)
  • 2006    Inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame — Hollywood, CA
  • 2003    Inducted into the Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame
  • 2003    Seminar in the Rockies Summit Award
  • 2001    ”Nashvillian of the Year”
  • 1999    The Nashville Chamber of Commerce, Nashville Symphony and Tennessee Performing Arts Center: “An Evening with the Arts” Honoring Grant’s Contributions to the Nashville Performing Arts Community
  • 1999    The Target House — The Amy Grant Rose
  • 1996    TNN Awards — Sarah Cannon Humanitarian Award
  • 1996    Columbia Hospital — Minnie Pearl Humanitarian Award
  • 1996 ASCAP Award — Voice of America
  • 1996    Academy of Achievement — Golden Plate Award
  • 1994    St. John University — Pax Christi Award
  • 1994    Nashville Symphony — Harmony Award
  • 1992    Junior Chamber of Commerce — Outstanding Tennessean
  • 1992    Nomination — American Music Awards — Best Rock/Pop Performance by a Female
  • 1992    Nomination — MTV Awards — “Baby Baby” Video


RADIO HISTORY

  • # 1 “Baby Baby”
  • # 1 “Every Heartbeat”
  • # 1 “That’s What Love Is For”
  • # 1 “I Will Remember You”
  • # 1 “Lucky One”
  • # 1 “Next Time I Fall”


TOP 5

  • “Good For Me”
  • Top 5 “House of Love”
  • Top 5 “Takes A Little Time”
  • Top 5 “Like I Love You”
  • Top 10 “Big Yellow Taxi”
  • Top 10 “I Will Be Your Friend” On the
  • 1991 Year End