33rd GMA Dove Awards

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33rd GMA Dove Awards
DateApril 25, 2002
LocationGrand Ole Opry House, Nashville, Tennessee

The 33rd Annual GMA Dove Awards were held on April 25, 2002 recognizing accomplishments of musicians for the year 2001. The show was held at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee. Recipients are listed below, see also full list of nominees.

The awards were broadcast live on the i Network, the first live national broadcast since 1998.[1]

Award recipients[edit]

Song of the Year

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

Producer of the Year

Rap/Hip Hop/Dance Recorded Song of the Year

  • "Somebody's Watching Me"; Toby Mac; Toby McKeehan, Michael-Anthony Taylor, Rockwell

Modern Rock/Alternative Recorded Song of the Year

Hard Music Recorded Song of the Year

Rock Recorded Song of the Year

  • "Come Together"; Third Day; Tai Anderson, Brad Avery, David Carr, Mark Lee, Mac Powell

Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year

Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year

Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year

Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year

  • "Thank You, Lord, For Your Blessings On Me"; Easter Brothers; Russell Easter, James Easter, Edd Easter

Country Recorded Song of the Year

  • "Goin' Away Party"; Jeff & Sheri Easter; Bruce Haynes

Urban Recorded Song of the Year

Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year

  • "Hold On"; Selah; Jesse Dixon

Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year

  • "Anybody Wanna Pray?"; CeCe Winans; Cedric Caldwell, Victor Caldwell, Margaret Bell, Tommy Sims

Rap/Hip Hop/Dance Album of the Year

  • "Momentum"; Toby Mac; Toby Mac, Michael-Anthony Taylor, Pete Stewart, Jeff Savage, Randy Crawford, Todd Collins

Modern Rock/Alternative Album of the Year

  • "Invade My Soul"; By The Tree; Steve Hindalong, Bob Wohler

Hard Music Album of the Year

Rock Album of the Year

Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year

Inspirational Album of the Year

  • Press On; Selah; Jason Kyle, Todd Smith, Allan Hall, Nicol Smith

Southern Gospel Album of the Year

  • Encore; Old Friends Quartet; Bill Gaither, Wesley Pritchard, Ben Speer

Country Album of the Year

  • From The Heart; The Oak Ridge Boys; Michael Sykes, Duane Allen

Urban Album of the Year

  • Just Remember Christmas; Fred Hammond; Fred Hammond

Traditional Gospel Album of the Year

  • Hymns; Shirley Caesar; Bubba Smith, Shirley Caesar, Michael Mathis

Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year

  • CeCe Winans; CeCe Winans; Brown Bannister, Robbie Buchanon, Tommy Sims

Instrumental Album of the Year

Praise & Worship Album of the Year

Children's Music Album of the Year

  • Bedtime Prayers Lullabies and Peaceful Worship; Twila Paris; John Hartley, Derald Daugherty

Spanish Language Album of the Year

Special Event Album of the Year

Musical of the Year

  • He Chose The Nails; Bryan Lenox, Glenn Wagner

Youth/Children's Musical of the Year

  • The Noise We Make; Karla Worley, Robert Sterling

Choral Collection of the Year

  • God of Wonders; Steven V. Taylor, Johnathan Crumpton

Recorded Music Packaging of the Year

Short Form Music Video of the Year

Long Form Music Video of the Year

  • Third Day Live In Concert - The Offerings Experience; Third Day; Michael Sacci, Ken Conrad; Carl Diebold; CT Ventures


  1. ^ Winn, Todd Starnes & Michael. "MercyMe, Third Day, Smitty at 2002 Dove Awards forefront". www.bpnews.net. Retrieved October 7, 2018.