Lauren Daigle Worship Song of the Year

Posted On: 06.01.2015

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Nashville, TN (June 1, 2015) —– Last night was an exciting evening for newcomer Lauren Daigle, as she stood on the stage at the Grand Ole Opry to accept her first award in an already stellar career. Daigle’s hit single, “How Can It Be,” won Worship Song of the Year at the2015 K-LOVE Awards. Lauren delivered a rousing performance of the award-winning song earlier in the evening before the sold out crowd. Not only was this the first nomination and win for Daigle, but this also marked the same first time honors for her record label, Centricity Music. Daigle was shocked and thrilled with the award-winning evening, and the encouragement she has been receiving from her growing number of fans.

“I am so honored by this K-LOVE award,” exclaims Daigle. “I am blown away that the fans poured out so much support to make this happen. God never ceases to surprise me. To know that He allowed this song to transcend to the hearts of the listeners takes my breath away. This is all for His glory! Thank you so, so much.”

“To say that we are excited about the K-LOVE award is an understatement,” adds Steve Ford, General Manager, Centricity Music. “It is so rewarding to work with Lauren and to see how she connects with people at such a personal level. Wherever we go, we see and hear from people who have been impacted by this amazing song and the partnership with K-LOVE has been a big part of it.”

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Backstage at the K-LOVE Awards 

First Photo L-R: Lauren Daigle and Natalie Grant

Second Photo L-R: Kari Jobe and Lauren Daigle 

Daigle just finished Big Daddy Weave’s Beautiful Offerings Tour last month and prepares to join the high-profile Outcry Tour 2015 in July. The tour’s lineup includes some of the biggest names in the industry, such as Hillsong United, Jesus Culture, Kari Jobe, Crowder, Passion, among others. The 12-city tour launches July 24th, visiting such major cities as Chicago, Washington DC, New Orleans, Miami, Houston and Nashville. The tour will conclude on August 7th.

Daigle is gearing up for her second single release from her No. 1 debut album, How Can It Be. “First” will be going for radio adds June 19th and the song once again spotlights Daigle’s powerful vocals. The single was co-written by Daigle, producers Paul Mabury and Jason Ingram, Mia Fields and Hank Bentley. Before I bring my need/I will bring my heart/Before I lift my cares/I will lift my arms/I wanna know You/I wanna find You/in every season/In every moment/Before I bring my need/I will bring my heart/And seek You.

For continued updates about Daigle’s new album and tour information please visit online at

www.laurendaigle.com, www.facebook.com/laurendaiglemusic and www.twitter.com/lauren_daigle.com.

About Lauren Daigle

The award-winning Lafayette, LA native, Lauren Daigle, continued her record-breaking momentum when her first full album, How Can It Be, debuted No. 1 on Billboard’s Christian Albums Chart, April 14, 2015. She was named one of Christian music’s 2014 breakout artists with her debut EP, How Can It Be, reaching No. 1 on iTunes Christian Albums Chart and named as one of the Top 20 Christian releases last year by the online retail outlet. The title track went Top Ten at Christian radio, No. 1 on iTunes Christian Singles Chart and named by iTunes as one of the Top Christian songs of 2014. The song also earned Daigle her first music industry award from the 2015 K-LOVE Fan Awards for Worship Song of the Year. Daigle has been receiving incredible album reviews with Worship Leader magazine saying, “beautiful album,” and NewReleaseTuesday.com exclaiming, “fantastic debut.” Daigle closed out 2014 by touring with Aaron Shust in the fall on his Morning Rises Tour and joining Jason Gray and Carrollton for Gray’s Christmas Stories Tour in December. She just completed Big Daddy Weave’s Beautiful Offerings Tour this spring, will join the Outcry Tour 2015 with Hillsong United this summer, and another major tour announcement this fall.

About Centricity Music

Centricity was founded in 2005 with a commitment to artist development and stylistic diversity. Based in Franklin TN, artists include Aaron Shust, Andrew Peterson, Jared Anderson, Jason Gray, Jordan Feliz, Lauren Daigle and Unspoken. The company’s mission is to enable their artists to create life-changing experiences for the world, by providing label, management and publishing services.

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