Lori Marie Key Wiki
Lori Marie Key Biography
Lori Marie Key is a nurse from Michigan who went viral for her performance of the song “Amazing Grace.” Key will perform the song in a tribute to the victims of COVID-19 prior to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Key began singing early while she attended St. Phillip Missionary Baptist Church, where her mother played the organ and sang.
According to Detroit News, Key worked in a COVID-19 unit at St. Mary Mercy Hospital in Livonia, Michigan, during the peak of the pandemic last April.
Lori Marie Key Age
Lori Marie Key is 29 years old.
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A colleague asked him to sing during a shift change and the video of the moment ended up going viral online.
When she finished her song, Key noticed that her co-workers had tearful smiles and her voice had brought a moment of relief for a time that felt like war.
“Basically, this song is basically for everyone who went through something this year and is still going through something now.”
“Honestly, I sing at work whether there are good days or bad,” Key said. “But in those times, they were bad days.”
As part of Washington’s tribute, cities and towns across the country, including New York, will light up iconic buildings like the Empire State Building on Tuesday in honor of those who died during the pandemic.
Set of keys to sing ‘Amazing Grace’
Key is set to sing â € œAmazing Graceâ € as part of the tribute ceremony that will take place at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. Cardinal Wilton Gregory, Archbishop of Washington, will deliver the Invocation, while gospel singer Yolanda Adams will sing “Hallelujah.”
Two weeks ago, Key was contacted to sing at the monument, which is scheduled to be Biden’s first stop when he arrives in Washington on Tuesday. She enthusiastically agreed to participate when she saw that it was a “great opportunity in history,” she told the outlet.
The memorial is designed with 400 lights around the reflecting pool to honor the 400,000 American lives lost to the pandemic.