Ottawa-born, Toronto-based singer-songwriter Grace Marr introduces herself to the music scene with independently released, nostalgia-infused single ‘Twenty-Two Again’. A multi-genre singer-songwriter and ‘alternative inspirational’ artist (a term she’s coined to embody her fusion of Gospel / CCM and R&B / Pop), she combines a raw and soulful sound with powerhouse vocals. In 2020 Marr released her debut single ‘Upside’ and followed with the raw and live recorded single ‘Self Care’ and powerful faith-focused single ‘Sanctuary’, both released in 2022. Spending the last few years honing her craft in the songwriting space, Grace has notably written with Rodney ‘DarkChild’ Jerkins (Whitney Houston, H.E.R., Justin Bieber), Reach Records (Lecrae), and co-wrote ‘Where Would I Be’ on Maverick City Music’s TRIBL Anthologies album, sung by Ryan Ofei, Dante Bowe, Brandon Lake, and released shortly after the music group’s Grammy win for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album. An alumni of the 2019 Honey Jam Canada emerging artist program, Grace was also the winner of the Slaight Music Studio Prize that same year. Grace offers authenticity throughout her music, pulling inspiration from faith and building a bridge between her spirituality and identity as a Queer artist. Grace is consistently working on new music and most recently has been recording and piecing together her debut album, Saving Grace, set for release in late 2024.