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Full List of Winners at the 45th Annual Dove Awards

The 45th Annual Dove Awards took place yesterday in Nashville, and we have the full list of winners below! Co-hosted by Lecrae and Bart Milliard, the show drew a record attendance at the Allen Arena on the campus of Lipscomb ...

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More Star Power Added to The 45th Annual GMA Dove Awards

The Gospel Music Association has announced the latest  additions to the presenter and performer roster for the 45th Annual GMA Dove Awards including: music icon and 2003 GMA Hall of Fame inductee Pat Boone; Dove and Grammy Award winner Mandisa; ...

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The 45th Annual GMA Dove Awards Announce Additional Performers and Presenters

The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announces more presenters and performers to appear at the 45th Annual GMA Doves Awards (www.doveawards.com).  Current nominees set to appear are for King & Country, 1 Girl Nation, Ellie Holcomb, Tedashii, David and Tamela Mann, ...

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Choirs From Across The Country Chosen To Perform “LIVE” at Verizon’s How Sweet the Sound Gospel Celebration Featuring Hosts Yolanda Adams & Donald Lawrence Judges CeCe Winans, Erica Campbell, Fred Hammond, Hezekiah Walker and many more… CLICK THE VIDEO BELOW ...

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Grammy Award Winner, Edwin Hawkins, Presents Music and Arts Love Fellowship Conference

Edwin Hawkins, internationally known, multi-Grammy Award winning artist, will lead Love Fellowship Ministries as they present the 30th Annual Music and Arts Love Fellowship (MALF) Conference. This will be the organization’s first national gathering since the passing of Hawkins’ brother ...

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GMC Readies New On-Air, Digital Content In Support Of Gospel Music Heritage Month

GMC will roll out a host of new on-air and digital contents as part of its celebration of Gospel Music Heritage Month in September. Gospel Music Heritage Month, commemorating gospel music’s valuable, long-standing contributions to American culture, was first designated ...

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