Lauren Daigle Performs at GRAMMY on the Hill Awards

Lauren Daigle

On Tuesday, Lauren Daigle took the stage at the Recording Academy®'s annual GRAMMYs on the Hill® Awards recognizing the contributions Sheryl Crow has made to support music creators. Performing one of Crow's chart-topping singles, "Soak Up the Sun," Daigle dazzled an audience of nearly 300 Recording Academy members, industry leaders, and members of congress. 

Yesterday, Daigle took part in the annual GRAMMYs On the Hill Advocacy Day, Capitol Hill's largest and most prestigious legislative event for music. As an Artist Advocate, Daigle convened with members of Congress to advance key issues that the Academy and its members continue to advocate for, including protecting the image, likeness and voice of individual creators from AI fakes through legislative measures such as the No AI FRAUD Act and the No FAKES Act discussion draft. 

In addition, Daigle's single, "Still Rolling Stones." was officially certified Platinum. This marks her 9th Platinum certified single and follows the recent 2x-Platinum certification of her 2018 album, Look Up Child, the 6x-Platinum certification of her breakout single, "You Say," and the Gold certification of "Thank God I Do," the lead single from her recently released self-titled album.

Lauren Daigle is a two-time Grammy®, seven-time Billboard Music, four-time American Music, and twelve-time GMA Dove Music Award winner. Since the release of her GRAMMY® Award-winning, 2x platinum-certified 2018 album Look Up Child, which included the 6x platinum-certified hit "You Say," Daigle has been a mainstay on the Billboard charts. When Look Up Child debuted at No. 3 on the Top 200 Albums chart, Daigle became the first female artist in history to simultaneously hit the Top 10 on both Billboard's Pop and Christian Album charts. Her recent GRAMMY Nominated and Mike Elizondo-produced, 23-song, self-titled album's debut single, "Thank God I Do," gave Daigle her 6th Billboard No. 1 and was recently certified Gold. She's garnered over a billion streams and wowed crowds for years with sold-out US and international tours. Daigle continues to cement her status as a modern vocal powerhouse with a huge global fanbase.

Off stage, Daigle remains committed to investing her time to promote music education, work with at-risk youth, and provide care for children, the elderly, and those in need through The Price Fund, an organization she founded in 2018. To date, she has distributed over $2.5 million to 42 nonprofits around the world.


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