20th GMA Dove Awards

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20th GMA Dove Awards
Date April 13, 1989
Location Nashville, Tennessee

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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