Centricity Music’s singer/songwriter and 2022 Billboard Chartbreaker Katy Nichole was singing in her church choir long before 150+ million people around the world heard her 2022 Dove Award-nominated, K-LOVE Fan Award-winning “In Jesus Name (God of Possible).” The track became the biggest hit this decade on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart, crowning the list for a record-breaking 20 weeks.
With her relationship to both music and God inextricably intertwined along her path through anxiety and depression to health and wholeness, Nichole’s breakout year has found her nominated for an American Music Award, co-hosting and performing on the GMA Dove Awards Pre-Telecast and realizing her second-straight No. 1 with “God Is In This Story.” Spending 44% of 2022 at No. 1 at radio and topping six Billboard Year in Music, the No. 1s issue radio and sales categories, she launched her full-length debut album, Jesus Changed My Life, Feb. 24. This 11-track odyssey is filled with the unabashed honesty and vocal clarity that have made the 22-year-old one of Christian music’s fastest-rising artists.
Set to release her third radio single, “Hold On,” a song that encapsulates that there’s a bigger picture beyond what you can see in the moment — beyond the pain, beyond the struggle, Nichole is sharing her songs live for tens of thousands while on tour. Last year, she hit venues across the country with Jeremy Camp, Matthew West and an array of artists on the “K-LOVE Christmas Tour.” She also made her Grand Ole Opry debut, sang to a worldwide livestream audience via a packed arena at Chris Tomlin’s “Good Friday Nashville” event and performed at Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. This year, Nichole was featured on Universal Orlando Resort’s “Rock the Universe” and joins CAIN for a 30-city run of dates that began March 2 before launching into the festival season in June.
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