Centricity Music reached another milestone today by being honored with 10 Dove Award nominations for its recording artists, and five nominations for Centricity Publishing.
Lauren Daigle garnered six nominations for the label that includes Songwriter of the Year, Contemporary Christian Artist of the Year, and Artist of the Year. Newcomer Jordan Feliz received three nominations for New Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, and Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year (“The River”) and Andrew Peterson’s nomination for Inspirational Album of the Year (The Burning Edge of Dawn).
Centricity Publishing’s Seth Mosley continues to dominate award categories with five nominations that include Producer of the Year, Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year (“Sound of the Saints”), Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year (“Love Riot”). A complete listing of Centricity nominations are listed below.
“Wow, what a year! These Dove nominations are the culmination of many years of work and waiting for these artists. It is so rewarding to see the fruit of many years of sowing. So much of the work in this industry is done without anyone seeing you or getting the recognition for the time and effort,” says Steve Ford, General Manager, Centricity Music. “I am so excited to see the well-deserved recognition for Lauren, Jordan, Andrew and Seth. So proud of them!! “
Centricity Music launched 10 years ago with a vision of long term artist development, during a time when the conventional way of running a label was rapidly changing. Providing a safe haven for Christian artists that wanted to stay true to their music and spiritual path, it has grown into a vibrant company that now has four divisions under the Centricity umbrella; Centricity Music, Residence Music (mainstream label), Centricity Publishing, Eaglemont Entertainment (artist management). With the growth, Centricity continues to effectively serve its artists and work to expand their music ministries around the world.