Motown Gospel walked away with three wins in the categories of Gospel Artist Of the Year (Tasha Cobbs), Traditional Gospel Album Of The Year (Brian Courtney Wilson), and Contemporary Gospel/Urban Album of the Year (Smokie Norful).
Crowder‘s Neon Steeple won the Recorded Music Packaging award with designer Leighton Ching, art directors Shelley Giglio, Mike McCloskey, Leighton Ching, Becca Wildsmith and photographers Zack Arias and Mary Caroline Mann.
Colton Dixon took home theRock/Contemporary Album of the Year award for Anchor, produced by David Garcia, Adam Watts, Andy Dodd and Gannin Arnold.
Nashville-based Full Circle Music, helmed by Seth Mosley, took top honors, garnering four wins, including Producer of the Year, Songwriter of the Year (non-artist), Pop Contemporary Album of the Year for Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong. (producer) by for KING & COUNTRY and Inspirational Album of the Year for Above It All (producer) by Phillips Craig & Dean.
Skillet took home the Rock Song of the Year award for “Good To Be Alive,” written by John L. Cooper, Zac Maloy and Tom Douglas.
Michael W. Smith took home the award for Christmas Album of the Year for Michael W. Smith & Friends: The Spirit of Christmas, produced by Smith, Robert Deaton and David Hamilton.
Laura Story was honored with the Inspirational Song of the Year award for “O Love Of God” written by Story, Cindy Morgan and Ian Cron.
Chris Tomlin, along with Daniel Carson, Ed Cash, Gloria Gaither, Jason Ingram, Matt Maher and Bill Gaither wrote “Because He Lives (Amen)” by Matt Maher, which took home Worship Song of the Year.
Lecrae was named Artist of the Year.
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