Natalie Grant's 'Hurricane' to Help Raise Money for Breast Cancer Awareness at Grand Ole Opry

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    Natalie Grant's new album, 'Hurricane.'
By Justin Sarachik, Christian Post Reporter
October 8, 2013|8:36 am

Five-time Dove Award winner, Natalie Grant is making her Grand Ole Opry debut at Women Rock For The Cure to help combat breast cancer on Tuesday, Oct. 22.

This is the fifth annual "Opry Goes Pink" show and will feature Grant alongside LeAnn Rimes, Mandisa, and Pam Tillis as they perform as well.
$5 from every ticket sold will be donated to Women Rock For The Cure, said a press release. Tickets are available at (615) 871-OPRY and opry.com.

Recently Grant was selected to host a pilot episode of new Christian themed dating show called, "It Takes A Church."

"I am absolutely thrilled to join GSN and the great folks I'll meet as host of 'It Takes A Church,'" said Grant to CP. "Church has always played such a vital role in my life, and I'm really excited to watch these congregations help their fellow parishioners find love!"

The show will revolve around the members of a church going on a mission to find love for "one lucky, single, parishioner ... without his or her knowledge," the release said.

Every week "It Takes a Church" will visit a new congregation from across the country to inform a single person that they will be getting help in the dating world. The pastor of the church will then inform his congregation of the task at hand, and they will go out and try to find the best possible match for the single.

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At the end of the show, the contestant will pick which date they would like to accept, and the winning matchmaker will get a donation to their church

Her newest album, Hurricane, is set to release on October 15, 2013. Lead single, "Hurricane" reached number one on iTunes in just hours, making it the fastest rising single of her career.

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