CLINTON TWP. (WWJ) – A Grammy award winning artist is lending a little bit of star power to the local Habitat for Humanity.

Amy Grant began her career as a young Christian pop singer in the 80’s, then she moved into the pop genre. Now, Grant lives a quiet life with her husband — country music star Vince Gill. She devotes much of her time to charities and to those in need.

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This Saturday, Grant will be in Clinton Township for a small concert to benefit Habitat For Humanity.

“The first time I got involved with Habitat for Humanity was in 1998. Over the 25 years since then, I’ve participated wither with a hammer and nails or financially in probably 100 houses,” Grant told WWJ’s Jackie Paige.

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Following a dinner and performance at Fern Hill Golf Club in Clinton Township, Grant will meet and talk with fans.

“I’m speaking and taking my guitar and I’ll be singing and telling my stories about my experience with Habitat for Humanity and my music, and then there’s a receptions afterwards that we’re just going to stay and talk until we’re talked out,” she said.

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Doors open at 5 p.m. and the dinner starts at 6:30 p.m. For more information, visit www.macombhabitat.org.