41st GMA Dove Awards

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41st GMA Dove Awards
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Date April 21, 2010
Location The Opry Entertainment Complex, Nashville, Tennessee
Host Bart Millard
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The 41st Annual GMA Dove Awards were held on April 21, 2010 recognizing accomplishments of musicians for the year 2009. The show was held at the The Opry Entertainment Complex in Nashville, Tennessee, and was hosted by Bart Millard.

Nominations were announced on February 18, 2010 during a press conference at Belmont University's Curb Café in Nashville, Tennessee. The announcement was hosted by a group of artists which included Francesca Battistelli, Jeremy Camp, Jason Crabb, Brandon Heath, Kari Jobe, Michael W. Smith, Ben Tankard and Lisa Kimmey.[1]

Casting Crowns won Artist of the Year, while Sidewalk Prophets won New Artist of the Year. Rock group Needtobreathe ended up winning the three awards it was nominated for. Other multiple winners include: Jennie Lee Riddle, Francesca Battistelli, and Jars of Clay.

Performers[edit]

Opening ceremony
Telecast ceremony

The following performed:[2]

Artist(s) Song(s)
Natalie Grant
Jordin Sparks
"Human"
Kari Jobe
Phillips, Craig and Dean
"Revelation Song"
Brandon Heath
Jars of Clay
"Two Hands"
Jason Crabb
Donald Lawrence
"My Tribute"
Blackwood Brothers
The Perrys
The Crabb Family
The Booth Brothers
Mosie Lister
Tribute to 100 Years of Southern Gospel
"Give the World a Smile"
"If You Knew Him"
"Through the Fire"
"Still Feeling Fine"
TobyMac and Diverse City "Funky Jesus Music"
Ricky Skaggs
Gordon Kennedy
"Someday Soon"
MercyMe
David Crowder Band
"All of Creation"/"How He Loves"
Casting Crowns "Until the Whole World Hears"
(featuring New Hope Academy Children Choir)
Tenth Avenue North "By Your Side"
Francesca Battistelli "Beautiful, Beautiful"
Red
Brian "Head" Welch
"Fight Inside"/"Death Of Me"
BeBe & CeCe Winans "Grace"
Amy Grant "Better Than a Hallelujah"
Michael W. Smith
Jeremy Camp
TobyMac
Brandon Heath
Matt Maher
Nicole C. Mullen
Lee Greenwood
Veronica Petrucci
Wynonna Judd
Amy Grant
Natalie Grant
Melinda Doolittle
Phil Stacey
Mark Hall
"Come Together Now"

Presenters[edit]

Telecast ceremony

The following presented:

Awards[edit]

General[edit]

Artist of the Year
New Artist of the Year
Group of the Year
Male Vocalist of the Year
Female Vocalist of the Year
Song of the Year
Songwriter of the Year
Producer of the Year

Pop[edit]

Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year

Rock[edit]

Rock Recorded Song of the Year
Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
Rock Album of the Year
Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year

Rap/Hip-Hop[edit]

Rap/Hip-Hop Recorded Song of the Year
Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year

Inspirational[edit]

Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year
Inspirational Album of the Year

Gospel[edit]

Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
Southern Gospel Album of the Year
Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
Traditional Gospel Album of the Year
Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year

Country & Bluegrass[edit]

Country Recorded Song of the Year
Country Album of the Year
Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year
Bluegrass Album of the Year

Praise & Worship[edit]

Worship Song of the Year
Praise & Worship Album of the Year

Others[edit]

Urban Recorded Song of the Year
Instrumental Album of the Year
  • A Moment's Peace, Vol. 2 - Christopher Phillips and John Catchings
  • A Moment's Peace, Vol. 1 - Christopher Phillips and John Catchings
  • Joy Comes In The Morning - Stan Whitmire
  • Mercy Mercy Mercy - Ben Tankard
Spanish Language Album of the Year
Special Event Album of the Year
Children's Music Album of the Year
Christmas Album of the Year
Choral Collection of the Year
Recorded Music Packaging of the Year

Musicals[edit]

Musical of the Year
  • A Baby Changes Everything
  • Glorious Impossible
  • It's The Most Wonderful Time of the Year
  • Reign, Jesus, Reign
  • See What A Morning
Youth/Children's Musical
  • Camp Wallaballa
  • Christmas Hang-ups
  • Get To The Manger!
  • GPS (God's Plan of Salvation)
  • The Best Christmas Present Ever!

Videos[edit]

Short Form Music Video of the Year
  • "Beautiful Ending" - BarlowGirl
    • Tim Morgan (video director and producer)
  • "Free to Be Me" - Francesca Battistelli
    • Andy & Jon Erwin (video directors), Dan Atchison (video producer)
  • "Hero" - Skillet
    • Andy & Jon Erwin (video directors), Dan Atchison (video producer)
  • "Live Life Loud" - Hawk Nelson
    • Etypical (video director), Kayvan Ghavim (video producer)
  • "Lose My Soul" - TobyMac, featuring Kirk Franklin and Mandisa
    • Danny Yourd (video director), Danny Yourd and Steve Hoover (video producers)
  • "Monster" - Skillet
    • Andy & Jon Erwin (video directors), Dan Atchison (video producer)
  • "Too Bright To See" - Underoath
    • Anders Foreman (video director and producer)
  • "Wait and See" - Brandon Heath
    • Eric Welch (video director), Tameron Hedge (video producer)
Long Form Music Video of the Year

Artists with multiple nominations and awards[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]