Curtis Grime Bio
To hear Curtis Grimes sing is to take a trip through the heart of country music. A Texas native, Grimes was raised on a steady diet of Alan Jackson and George Strait. He possesses the everyman charm of both his heroes, along with a refreshingly mature voice that truly stands out. After a childhood filled with playing baseball and
eventually earning a collegiate scholarship, Grimes was given the opportunity to appear on the hit reality TV show “The Voice” in 2011. Under coach CeeLo Green, Grimes ended up finishing as a Top 10 Finalist of Season 1.
Following success from the show Grimes hit the ground running, releasing new music and performing shows across the United States. In 2014, Grimes and his hit single “Home to Me” was picked up by the national salon chain “Supercuts” and placed in the mainstream spotlight. Not only was the song featured across the country but Grimes got to put on his acting boots and star in the National commercial. That same year Grimes started to see his hard work pay off when he was awarded “New Male Vocalist of the Year” at the annual Texas Regional Radio Awards.
In 2018, Grimes was named “Male Vocalist of the Year” at The Texas Country Music Awards hosted by the Texas Country Music Association. He also received the honors of winning “Christian Country Artist of the Year” and "Christian Country Song of the Year” as well. In 2019, Grimes took home the "Entertainer of the Year" award along with the "Christian Country Song of the Year" for the second year in a row.
With NINE #1 singles on the Texas Country Music Chart and a recently acquired #1 song on the national Power Source Christian Country Music Chart, Grimes is proving to be a force in the country music scene that can't be denied.