20th GMA Dove Awards

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20th GMA Dove Awards
Date April 13, 1989
Location Nashville, Tennessee
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The 20th Annual GMA Dove Awards were held on April 13, 1989 recognizing accomplishments of musicians for the year 1988. The show was held in Nashville, Tennessee.

Award recipients[edit]

  • Song of the Year
    • "Friend Of A Wounded Heart"; Wayne Watson, Claire Cloninger; Word (ASCAP)
  • Songwriter of the Year
  • Male Vocalist of the Year
  • Female Vocalist of the Year
  • Group of the Year
  • Artist of the Year
  • New Artist of the Year
  • Southern Gospel Album of the Year
  • Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
    • "Champion Of Love"; The Cathedrals; Phil Cross, Caroly Cross; RiverSong
  • Inspirational Album of the Year
  • NOTE: The legal name was not changed until 1994.
  • Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year
    • "In Heaven's Eyes"; Sandi Patty; Phil McHugh; Word
  • Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year
  • Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
    • "His Eyes"; Steven Curtis Chapman; Steven Curtis Chapman; Sparrow
  • Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year
    • Take 6; Take 6; Mark Kibble, Claude V. McKnight III, Mervyn E. Warren; Reunion
  • Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
    • "If We Ever"; Take 6; Public Domain; Reunion
  • Traditional Gospel Album of the Year
  • Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year (formerly Traditional Black Gospel)
    • "Hold My Mule"; Shirley Caesar; Shirley Caesar Williams; Word
  • Country Album of the Year
  • Country Recorded Song of the Year
    • "Above And Beyond"; Bruce Carroll; Bruce Carroll, Paul Smith; Word
  • Rock Album of the Year
    • Russ Taff; Russ Taff; Jack Joseph Puig; Myrrh
  • Rock Recorded Song of the Year
    • "Won By One"; Mylon & Broken Heart; Scot Allen, Trent Arganti, Kenneth Bentley, Ben Hewitt, Paul Joseph, Mylon LeFevre, Joe Hardy; Myrrh
  • Hard Music Album of the Year
  • Hard Music Recorded Song of the Year
    • "In God We Trust"; Stryper; Stryper; Benson
  • Instrumental Album of the Year
  • Praise and Worship Album of the Year
    • Praise 10; Maranatha! Singers; Smitty Price, Tom Coomes; Maranatha!
  • Children's Music Album of the Year
  • Musical Album
  • Choral Collection Album
  • Short Form Music Video of the Year
    • "Lead Me On"; Amy Grant; Tina Silvey; Andrew Doucette; Myrrh
  • Long Form Music Video of the Year
  • Recorded Music Packaging of the Year
    • PATRICK POLLEI, JOAN TANKERSLEY; PHILLIP DIXON; Russ Taff; Russ Taff

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