Centricity Music Artist Katy Nichole performed for the first time on FOX & Friends this week, kicking off the celebrated morning show’s All American Christmas Concert Series this season.
Singing her rendition of the classic “O Holy Night” on the show, Nichole recounted recounted the story of her path through anxiety and depression to health and wholeness.
“A beautiful performance from Katy Nichole. How about that voice, she is unbelievable!” exclaims FOX & Friends Co-host Ainsley Earhardt following her performance, and calling Nichole “…a top-charting singer putting faith in the spotlight.”
After a clip of Nichole’s “In Jesus Name (God of Possible)” video played to set up her appearance on the show, Earhardt lauded the single as “one of the best songs out there right now” and gave Nichole a chance to shine.
Here is Katy Nichole, making her debut on Fox & Friends...
“I mean it when I say, Jesus changed my life,” shared Nichole in response. “I’ve had two back surgeries and the first one didn’t do exactly what it was supposed to do, but the second one was where the miracle happened. I was very depressed after the first, so depressed that I hit a place where I wanted to end my life. Thankfully, I heard the voice of the Lord saying, ‘Hold on, I’m not done yet.’ And I believed that voice. If I hadn’t believed that voice, I would not be standing here right now.”
Katy embarks on a Christmas tour with Tauren Wells and Jordan Smith, which began December 1. She has also been nominated for an American Music Award, performed twice on the Grand Ole Opry and shared the stage with Jeremy Camp, Matthew West, CAIN and more.