Dove Awards Winners 2015


Erica Campbell and Sadie Robertson hosted the 46th Annual Dove Awards that will air on TBN Sunday, October 18 at 9:00 p.m.

This years show featured live performances by the gospel industry most popular artist including Kirk Franklin, Israel Houghton and Brian Courtney who won Tradtional Gospel album of the year.
Set your DVR’s now Chile, the entire show will broadcast exclusively on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) on Sunday, October 18th at 9:00PM CST.  Here is a snapshot of some of the  winners:

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Lecrae Takes Home “Artist of the Year,” “Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year” and “Rap Hip-Hop Song of the Year” With Matt Maher Taking Honors as “Songwriter of the Year-Artist” and Writer/Performer for “Praise and Worship Song of the Year” at This Year’s Ceremony Co-Hosted by Erica Campbell and Sadie Robertson

Lauren Daigle is Named “New Artist of the Year” and Took Home “Pop/Contemporary Song of the Year” and “Song of the Year” Honors

Debut Performances and Special Recognitions Capped an Unforgettable Night in Celebrating the Year in Christian and Gospel Music 

Award Show To Air On The Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) On Sunday, October 18th @9:00PM CST  

List of televised award winners:
Song of the Year: “How Can It Be,”  – Lauren Daigle (writers) Jason Ingram, Jeff Johnson, Paul Mabury
Artist of the Year: Lecrae
New Artist of the Year: Lauren Daigle
Southern Gospel Album of Year: Pray Now – Karen Peck & New River (producer) Wayne Haun
Contemporary Gospel/Urban Recorded Song of the Year: “I Luh God (ft. Big Shizz)” – Erica Campbell (writers) Warren Campbell, Erica Campbell, Lashawn Daniels
Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year: Anomaly – Lecrae (producers) Dirty Rice, Joseph Prielozny, Street Symphony, S1, J. Rhodes, 808XEIite, GAWVI, Nate Robinson, Mashell, Derke Minor, Vohnbeatz, Lasanna, “Ace” Harris, Alex Medina, Jaquebeatz
Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year: RUN WILD, LIVE FREE, LOVE STRONG – for King & Country (producers) Seth Mosley, Tedd T. Matte Hales, Ben Glover
Gospel Artist of the Year: Tasha Cobbs
Praise and Worship Song of the Year: “Because He Lives (Amen)” – Matt Maher (writers) Chris Tomlin, Daniel Carson, Ed Cash, Gloria Gaither, Jason Ingram, Matt Maher, Bill Gaither
Inspirational Film: Mom’s Night Out (directors) The Erwin Brothers (producers) Affirm Films, FourBoys Ent. Provident Films, Pure Flix Ent. And TriStar Pictures

Special recognition honors also presented included:
Lifetime Achievement Award – Bobby Jones Gospel and John Rivers 20 The Countdown Magazine
The Outstanding Mainstream Contribution to Gospel Music Award – Mark Burnett and Roma Downey
Radio Impact Award – CCM – The Joy FM, Southern Gospel – enlighten, Gospel – WPRS – FM 104.1

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