Natalie Grant

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One Child
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Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
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Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
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Sweet Little Jesus Boy
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Ave Maria
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I Believe
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I Believe (Album)
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Joy To The World
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O Come, All Ye Faithful (Adeste Fideles)
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O Holy Night (Cantique De Noel)
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Seattle singer Natalie Grant was born just a few days before Christmas in 1971 so singing about the season was probably always in her blood. So it came as no surprise that in the year this Christian artist was nominated for best female vocalist by the Gospel Music Association she released her debut Christmas album 'Believe'. 'Believe' from 2005 was Natalie's 5th studio album and over 10 tracks she worked her magic on plenty of festive standards which were ostensibly religious in tone, though there were secular inclusions in the shape of 'Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!' and 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town'. Amongst the well-known hymns and carols was a new ballad called 'I Believe' that Natalie wrote specially for the occasion. This twinkling delight was a beautifully crafted homage to the nativity.

Natalie also introduced another composition of hers in a 9 minute medley. Bookended by 'Silver Bells' and 'O Holy Night' was Natalie's 'Savior Come For Me' and what a wonderful combination it proved to be as the trio throw off an effortless jazzy vibe. Given her Christian background Natalie turns in some magical performances of the carols such as on ‘O Come All Ye Faithful’ which was quiet save for a piano, a hushed choir and Natalie’s clear and distinct vocals. ‘O Little Town of Bethlehem’ is atmospheric and string laden and a nice departure from the usual renditions of this age old hymn. ‘Believe’ closes with a song made famous by Mahalia Jackson called 'Sweet Little Jesus Boy' and while such comparisons can be unfair given Jackson's legend Natalie acquits herself with distinction and in the process signs off on a Christmas album to be cherished.

In 2008 Natalie teamed up with Travis Cottrell for a duet of 'O Come O Come Emmanuel' which was included on a collection of Christmas songs called 'Ring The Bells'.

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