Grant, Amy Lee
1960 - Born in Augusta , Georgia on the 25th of November. American singer-songwriter.
1976 - She released her self-titled debut album at age 16 after signing with Myrrh Word Records.
1982 - Married singer-songwriter Gary Chapman, who was to become her co-writer by the late '80s.
1984 - Released a Christmas album and Straight Ahead. The latter won a Dove award and the cut "Angels," which she co-wrote, won a Grammy.
1985 - Her other two albums went gold. Her album Unguarded, released that same year, was also certified platinum and won her a Grammy.
1900 - Signed to A&M and began focusing less on her squeaky-clean gospel singer persona, trying to project a more contemporary, sexy pop image.
1991 - She had three hit singles on the pop charts: "Baby Baby", "Every Heartbeat" and "That's What Love Is For".
1999 - She released her album, 'A Christmas to Remember', a collection of contemporary holiday music, and hosted a prime time TV special based around the album's themes.
2000 - Grant married Gill in Nashville on March 10th, and the two united their families.
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