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Katy Nichole 

 

“If I had one thing that I could say to people, it’s that God is a God of healing,”  singer/songwriter Katy Nichole has said.   Given that Katy's  music finds its genesis in her miraculous story of suffering, hope, and ultimately, healing there can be no more authentic testimony.  Her relationship with both music and God is inextricably intertwined with her path to health and wholeness.

After experiencing supernatural healing in her own life from a debilitating, years long bout with scoliosis, she shares her unfaltering belief in God’s ability to heal,  the power of prayer and her faith through her anointed music talents.  Katy Nichole  swiftly became a viral sensation when her debut single, “In Jesus Name (God of Possible)” became the  soundtrack for millions.    The song is an earnest prayer of healing and breakthrough that Katy stated she was "humbled" to sing.

 “In Jesus Name (God of Possible)”  was penned in the midst of a global health crisis, the song is connected with a universal audience because everyone at that time,  as still today, regardless of their beliefs, is searching for healing and restoration in this weary, anxious and broken world. “There’s no story that doesn’t matter to God. Every story was written by Him, and He’s the greatest author of all time,” Katy has testified. “God’s healed me, so I know He can heal someone else. I’m going to share my story and hope it will encourage others to go and share theirs.”

An advocate for others facing health challenges,  Katy serves both an ambassador for the Shriners Hospitals for Children and as a volunteer for Musicians On Call.   Katy was leading worship by the time she was 14, invited by The Afters lead singer Josh Havens to lead worship at  their church, The Grove in Phoenix, AZ..  Havens was seeing something in Katy she couldn’t even see in herself at the time. She soon began writing, recording and posting her music online, which eventually led to landing a label home at Centricity Music.

When Katy  realized that she could turn the thing she loved the most into a career, it brought her so much joy. She had previously tried many different things, including being a certified Medical Assistant, but music is the one thing that always stuck with her.  Katy feels extremely blessed to have the gift of music and be able to use it in such a positive and uplifting way.  She  knows personally  that music can heal, and her desire and goal is  to be able to provide the type of music that can impact someone’s life in a meaningful way.

Now Centricity Music’s singer/songwriter and chart breaker Katy Nichole continues to release songs filled with unabashed honesty and impeccable artistry that have made the 23 year old one of Christian music’s fastest rising talents. Her current, third radio single from her 2023 GMA Dove Award nominated "Jesus Changed My Life" debut album, “Hold On,”  has now topped the charts.  The song follows the album’s Dove Award-nominated songs “God Is In This Story” and RIAA Certified Gold®-selling “In Jesus Name (God of Possible)” to radio’s top positions.

The Recording Academy (GRAMMY® Awards) featured “Hold On” and its companion K-LOVE premiered video and highlighted Nichole’s personal story of holding on in her darkest moment.  The song paints a bigger picture beyond the present moment, beyond the pain,  and beyond the struggle. As Katy has said, " I know firsthand what it means to be broken and desperate.  However, I have also experienced the beauty and wonder of God redeeming and breathing life into situations that seemed utterly hopeless. I want my music to speak truth and shine a light for those going through dark times.”

Along with the radio success, accolades continue to pour in for Katy Nichole, including her becoming the most nominated female artist for the 54th Annual GMA Dove Awards. Her four nods comprise New Artist of the Year, Song of the Year (“In Jesus Name (God of Possible)”), Pop / Contemporary Album of the Year (Jesus Changed My Life) and Pop / Contemporary Recorded Song (“God Is In This Story,” a duet with Big Daddy Weave). The GMA Dove Awards presentation will take place Oct. 17 in Nashville and broadcast on TBN Oct. 20.

Sharing her music live for tens of thousands while on tour, Katy Nichole has hit venues across the country with Jeremy Camp, Matthew West and others, plus returned to the Opry stage April 4 after making her Grand Ole Opry debut last year. Being featured now on The Candace Cameron Bure Podcast, Katy is performing at all the major Christian festivals, fairs and more this summer before rejoining CAIN for a 33-city tour launching Sept. 20 in Baton Rouge, LA.

  

Katy identified herself very simply, "I am a musician, and more specifically I am a Christian music artist. My music is based on my faith and on the challenges that I have had to overcome throughout my life. Most importantly, my music is meant to inspire and uplift broken souls or people who are feeling lost and are searching. I don’t want anyone to feel alone. We are all fighting our own battles and sometimes we just need somebody who gets it." 

 

Katy Nichole plays 3 different instruments, guitar, ukulele, and keyboard.  Her sound isn’t necessarily what you might think of when you think of Christian music but that’s what sets her apart in her journey.    Katy is very thankful to her parents and her family for supporting her since the very beginning.  

 

Katy Nichole touches your heart and soul with her music which radiates with such  joy, hope,  love, faith and the healing power of Jesus.   

                                                                               By Deborah Gibson 

 

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