48th GMA Dove Awards

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48th GMA Dove Awards
48th GMA Dove Awards Logo.png
DateOctober 17, 2017
LocationAllen Arena,
Nashville, Tennessee
Hosted byKari Jobe and Tasha Cobbs Leonard
Websitehttp://www.doveawards.com Edit this on Wikidata
Television/radio coverage
NetworkTBN (October 22, 2017)

The 48th Annual GMA Dove Awards presentation ceremony was held on Sunday, October 17, 2017 at the Allen Arena located in Nashville, Tennessee. The ceremony recognized the accomplishments of musicians and other figures within the Christian music industry for the year 2017. The ceremony was produced by the Trinity Broadcasting Network and was hosted by female singers Kari Jobe and Tasha Cobbs Leonard. The awards show was broadcast on the Trinity Broadcasting Network on October 22, 2017.[1]

Performers[edit]

The following were some of the musical artists who performed at the 48th GMA Dove Awards:[2]

Presenters[edit]

The following were some of the presenters at the 48th GMA Dove Awards:[2][3]

Nominees and winners[edit]

This is a complete list of the nominees for the 48th GMA Dove Awards.[4] The winners are in bold.[5]

General[edit]

Song of the Year
  • "Chain Breaker"
    • (writers) Jonathan Smith, Mia Fieldes, Zach Williams (publishers) Anthems of Hope, Be Essential Songs, Not Just Another Song Publishing, So Essential Tunes, Upside Down Under, Wisteria Drive
  • "Come Alive (Dry Bones)"
    • (writers) Lauren Daigle, Michael Farren (publishers) Wordspring Music, LLC, CentricSongs, Farren Love And War Publishing
  • "Even If"
  • "Eye of the Storm"
    • (writers) Bryan Fowler, Ryan Stevenson (publishers) Songs of Emack, Universal Music – Brentwood Benson Publishing, Capitol CMG Genesis, TrueMuse
  • "Feel Invincible"
    • (writers) John Cooper, Seth Mosley (publishers) Landrum Publishing, BMG Platinum Songs, BMG Rights Management LLC, 2 Hour Songs, Centric Songs
  • "Great Are You Lord"
    • (writers) David Leonard, Jason Ingram, Leslie Jordan (publishers) Integrity's Alleluia! Music, Integrity's Praise! Music, Open Hands Music, So Essential Tunes
  • "King of the World"
    • (writers) Sam Mizell, Becca Mizell, Natalie Grant (publisher) SeeSeeBubba Songs, Maxx Melodies, BMG Platinum Songs, Takin It to the Maxx
  • "O Come to the Altar"
    • (writers) Chris Brown, Mack Brock, Steven Furtick, Wade Joye (publishers) Music by Elevation Worship Publishing
  • "The Lion and the Lamb"
    • (writers) Brenton Brown, Brian Johnson, Leeland Mooring (publishers) Meaux Mercy, Thankyou Music, The Devil Is A Liar! Publishing, Bethel Music Publishing
  • "Thy Will"
    • (writers) Bernie Herms, Emily Lynn Weisband, Hillary Scott (publishers) Songs of Universal, Inc., W. B. M. Music, Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp., WB Music Corp.
  • "What a Beautiful Name"
Songwriter of the Year
Songwriter of the Year (Non-artist)
Contemporary Christian Artist of the Year
Southern Gospel Artist of the Year
Gospel Artist of the Year
Artist of the Year
New Artist of the Year
Producer of the Year

Rap/Hip Hop[edit]

Rap/Hip Hop Recorded Song of the Year
Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year
  • The Misadventures of Fern and MartySocial Club Misfits
    • (producers) Elvin "Wit" Shahbazian, 42 North, Tommy Revenge, Ruslan Odnoralov, Black Knight, Raymond Castro, Social Club Misfits
  • Steven Malcolm – Steven Malcolm
    • (producer) Joseph Prielozny
  • The Waiting RoomTrip Lee
    • (producer) Gabriel Azucena, James Foye III, John McNeil, Joel McNeil , Alex Medina, Allen Swoope, Almondo Cresso, Chris Mackey, Joseph Prielozny, Tyshane Thompson

Rock/Contemporary[edit]

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

Pop/Contemporary[edit]

Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year

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Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year

Southern Gospel[edit]

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

Bluegrass/Country/Roots[edit]

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

Contemporary Gospel/Urban[edit]

Contemporary Gospel/Urban Recorded Song of the Year
  • "Trust in You" – Anthony Brown & Group therAPy
    • (writer) Anthony Brown
  • "Never Have To Be Alone" – CeCe Winans
    • (writers) Alvin Love III, Dwan Hill
  • "Father Jesus Spirit" – Fred Hammond
    • (writers) Fred Hammond, Derek "DC" Clark, Shelton Summons
  • "My World Needs You" – Kirk Franklin
    • (writer) Kirk Franklin
  • "Work It Out" – Tye Tribbett
    • (writers) Tye Tribbett, Jevon Hill
Urban Worship Recorded Song of the Year
  • "Victory Belongs To Jesus" – Todd Dulaney
    • (writer)
  • "Joy" – VaShawn Mitchell
    • (writers) Pat Barrett, Tony Brown
  • "Everlasting God" – William Murphy
    • (writer) Fellowship Church
Contemporary Gospel/Urban Album of the Year

Traditional Gospel[edit]

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

Spanish[edit]

Spanish Language Recorded Song of the Year
  • "El Sonido del Silencio (Ranchera)" – Alex Campos
    • (writer) Alex Campos
  • "Generación De Fuego" – Joivan Jiménez
    • (writer) Joivan Jiménez
  • "JESÚS" – Lead
    • (writers) Pedro Pablo Quintero, Carlos Escobar
  • "Dios De Lo Imposible" – Marco Barrientos
    • (writer) David Reyes
  • "No Hay Lugar Más Alto (Feat. Christine D'Clario)" – Miel San Marcos
    • (writers) Josue 'Josh' Morales, Luis Morales Jr.
Spanish Album of the Year

Worship[edit]

Worship Song of the Year
Worship Album of the Year

Other categories[edit]

Christmas / Special Event Album of the Year
Musical / Choral Collection of the Year
  • Come Let Us Adore
    • (creators) Sue C. Smith, Russell Mauldin
  • For The Sake of Love
    • (creators) Lee Black, Cliff Duren, Camp Kirkland, Steve Mauldin, Phil Nitz
  • Hope Alive in Me
    • (creators) Travis Cottrell, David Moffitt, Sue C. Smith
  • Shepherds and Kings
    • (creators) Joel Lindsey, Jeff Bumgardner, Heidi Petak, Daniel Semsen
  • While The World Slept
    • (creators) Jason Cox, Phillips Keveren, Cliff Duren, Camp Kirkland, Phil Nitz
Recorded Music Packaging of the Year

Videos[edit]

Short Form Video of the Year
  • Jesus – Chris Tomlin
    • (director) Sean Hagwell (producer) Kirsten Raye
  • Run Devil Run – Crowder
    • (director) Nate Corrona (producers) Leighton Ching & Shelley Giglio
  • Prada – Jimi Cravity
    • (director) Sean Hagwell (producers) Kirsten Raye, Leighton Ching & Shelley Giglio
  • Trouble – New Respects
    • (director) Ry Cox (producer) Loren Hughes
  • Bring on the Holidays – TobyMac
    • (director) Allan Rosenow (producer) Nicole Rosenow
Long Form Video of the Year

Films[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ There is a tie between "Eye of the Storm (featuring GabeReal)" by Ryan Stevenson and "Chain Breaker" by Zach Williams for the Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year Award.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2017 48th Annual GMA Dove Awards Nominees | WVEL-AM". WVEL-AM. Cumulus Media. October 5, 2017. Retrieved December 22, 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Performers Added to 48th Annual GMA Dove Awards Lineup". NewReleaseToday. NRT Media, Inc. October 9, 2017. Retrieved December 26, 2017.
  3. ^ "More Talent Added to the 48th Annual GMA Dove Awards | The 49th Annual GMA Dove Awards". GMA Dove Awards. October 13, 2017. Retrieved December 26, 2017.
  4. ^ "2017 Nominees | The 49th Annual GMA Dove Awards". GMA Dove Awards. August 9, 2017. Retrieved December 26, 2017.
  5. ^ "2017 Winners | The 49th Annual GMA Dove Awards". GMA Dove Awards. October 17, 2017. Retrieved December 26, 2017.

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