Capitol Christian Music Group Celebrates 27 Wins At 50th Annual GMA Dove Awards

Capitol Christian Music Group (CCMG) celebrated 27 wins at the 50th annual GMA Dove Awards held Tuesday night, Oct. 15, in Nashville, Tenn., on the campus of Lipscomb University. These wins encompass honors bestowed across all divisions of the company, including Capitol Christian Label Group, Motown Gospel, Publishing and Commercial Partnerships. The milestone ceremony was broadcast live for the first time on SiriusXM’s “The Message” and featured performances from CCMG label artists, including TobyMac, Amy Grant, Hillsong Worship and Riley Clemmons. In addition, Danny Gokey, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Kari Jobe, Jeremy Camp and Pat Barrett served as presenters.

“It’s always exciting to see the hard work of our artists and songwriters be recognized. It’s yet another reminder of the impact their music is having,” says CCMG Co-President Brad O’Donnell. “We join with the GMA in celebrating them and these awards.”

“Congrats to all our writers, artists, labels and partners on their wins at the 50th Dove Awards,” adds CCMG Co-President Hudson Plachy. “These wins are a testimony to their artistic achievement, unmistakable talent and committed work ethic. We congratulate them and their remarkable accomplishments.”

The 50th annual GMA Dove Awards will air on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) this Sunday, Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. EST / 7 p.m. CST. A full list of CCMG nominees is below.

2019 Capitol Christian Music Group Dove Award Winners
Capitol CMG Label Group & Motown Gospel
Worship Song of the Year: “Who You Say I Am” (writers) Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan, (publisher) Hillsong Music Publishing

Contemporary Christian Artist of the Year: TobyMac, ForeFront / Capitol CMG

Gospel Worship Recorded Song of the Year: “This Is A Move (Live)” - Tasha Cobbs Leonard, (writers) Brandon Lake, Nate Moore, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Tony Brown

Worship Album of the Year: PEOPLE - Hillsong UNITED, (producers) Michael Guy Chislett, Joel Houston

Rock / Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year: “Wildfire” - Crowder, (writers) David Crowder, Rebecca Lauren Olds, Solomon Olds

Gospel Worship Album of the Year: Heart. Passion. Pursuit. (Live) - Tasha Cobbs Leonard, (producers) Kenneth Leonard Jr., Monica Coates

Short Form Video of the Year: Haven’t Seen It Yet - Danny Gokey, (director) Ry Cox, (producer) Joel Hartz

Capitol CMG Publishing
Artist of the Year: Lauren Daigle

New Artist of the Year: Aaron Cole

Contemporary Christian Artist of the Year: TobyMac, ForeFront / Capitol CMG

Gospel Artist of the Year: Kirk Franklin, Fo Yo Soul Recordings / RCA Records

Southern Gospel Artist of the Year: Gaither Vocal Band, Gaither Music Group

Song of the Year: “You Say” (writers) Jason Ingram, Paul Mabury, Lauren Daigle, (publishers) CentricSongs, Fellow Ships Music, Flychild Publishing, So Essential Tunes

Worship Song of the Year: “Who You Say I Am” (writers) Ben Fielding, Reuben Morgan, (publisher) Hillsong Music Publishing

Gospel Worship Recorded Song of the Year: “This Is A Move (Live)” - Tasha Cobbs Leonard, (writers) Brandon Lake, Nate Moore, Tasha Cobbs Leonard, Tony Brown

Worship Album of the Year: PEOPLE - Hillsong UNITED, (producers) Michael Guy Chislett, Joel Houston

Rock / Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year: “Wildfire” - Crowder, (writers) David Crowder, Rebecca Lauren Olds, Solomon Olds

Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year: “Love Theory” - Kirk Franklin, (writer) Kirk Franklin

Pop / Contemporary Album of the Year: Look Up Child - Lauren Daigle, (producers) Jason Ingram, Paul Mabury

Gospel Worship Album of the Year: Heart. Passion. Pursuit. (Live) - Tasha Cobbs Leonard, (producers) Kenneth Leonard Jr., Monica Coates

Short Form Video of the Year: Haven’t Seen It Yet - Danny Gokey, (director) Ry Cox, (producer) Joel Hartz

Capitol CMG Commercial Partnerships
Artist of the Year: Lauren Daigle

Southern Gospel Artist of the Year: Gaither Vocal Band, Gaither Music Group

Rock / Contemporary Album of the Year: Native Tongue - Switchfoot, (producers) Brent Kutzle, Jon Foreman, Tim Foreman, Tyler Chester, Tyler Spry

Bluegrass / Country / Roots Recorded Song of the Year: “I Saw the Light (feat. Sonya Isaacs)” - Josh Turner, (writer) Hank Williams Sr.

Pop / Contemporary Album of the Year: Look Up Child - Lauren Daigle, (producers) Jason Ingram, Paul Mabury

Inspirational Album of the Year: The North Coast Sessions - Keith & Kristyn Getty, (producers) Fionán de Barra, Keith Getty, Kristyn Getty

Other Posts We Recommend: