Amy Grant live in SLC

Amy Grant live in SLC

Six-time GRAMMY-winner Amy Grant has announced her 2021 fall tour, which will include songs from and celebrate the 30th anniversary editon of her iconic album, Heart In Motion, which will release on July 9. For the past two weeks, physical pre-orders via DSPs and fan bundles via AmyGrant.com have been available, and today, digital pre-orders have launched with the instant grat track “Don’t Ever Want To Lose It (Wind In the Fire).”

After cancelling all remaining tour dates in 2020 when COVID hit, Grant is incredibly excited to visit 39 cities this fall, including Denver, Houston, Spokane, Baltimore, Phoenix (Chandler, AZ.) and two Los Angeles area shows in Beverly Hills and Anaheim. Featuring her full band, the set will include songs that span Grant’s four-decade long career, including hits from Heart In Motion to celebrate its milestone anniversary. See tour dates below and visit AmyGrant.com for details.

Tickets are on sale Friday, August 6th at 10:00 AM MST: online at LiveEccles.com, by phone at 801-355-ARTS and the Eccles Theater Box Office (M-F 10a-6p and Sat 10a-2p). The George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Theater is located at 131 Main Street in Salt Lake City.

Along with all the original Heart In Motion remastered tracks, the double disc anniversary edition will also include never before released tracks and updated remixes of the hit singles. Beginning July 30th, for the first time since its original release, the album will also be remastered on vinyl. A major digital campaign, which is already underway, includes a year-round playlist focus, single releases and themed collections.

Originally released on March 5, 1991, Heart In Motion was GRAMMY-nominated, sold over 5 million copies and garnered five Billboard Top 10 singles (“Baby Baby,” “Every Heartbeat,” “That’s What Love Is For,” “I Will Remember You,” and “Good For Me.”).

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