Chart-topping artist Katy Nichole, whose debut album “Jesus Changed My Life” was nominated for a GMA Dove Award, is thrilled to announce the release of the deluxe edition of her album, featuring the brand new single “Jesus, Thank You (featuring CAIN & David Leonard).” The single is now available on all major digital and streaming platforms.
This release marks the beginning of an exciting season for Katy Nichole as she prepares to embark on a 33-city fall tour alongside CAIN and David Leonard.
“Jesus, Thank You (feat. CAIN & David Leonard)” is a special collaboration that reflects the deep friendships and artistic partnerships Katy Nichole has developed with fellow artists. The single celebrates the bonds formed through music and ministry. It also showcases Katy Nichole’s ability to connect with audiences and fellow musicians, making her one of Christian music’s rising stars.
Katy Nichole, CAIN, and David Leonard will be hitting the road together for a 33-city fall tour starting on September 20, 2023, in Baton Rouge, LA. This tour follows a successful run earlier this year, which saw numerous sold-out shows and packed venues.
“I have countless reasons to be thankful over these past few years. One of the biggest of these is having the honor of meeting like-minded artists and then getting the opportunity to cultivate friendships, collaborate musically, and tour the country together. This new version of ‘Jesus, Thank You’ is very special and personal to me because I get to share this song with two of my favorite touring buddies, CAIN and David Leonard.” – Katy Nichole
“It has been so much fun to be out on tour with these guys this year, and I’m super thankful we got to create a version of this song together!” – David Leonard’s Thoughts.
Katy Nichole’s first three radio singles have all reached the top of the charts, including the latest No. 1 hit, “Hold On.” This song reflects Katy Nichole’s personal journey of perseverance through challenging times, emphasizing the importance of looking beyond present difficulties to find hope and purpose.