Super group Maverick City Music will continue to make history when they perform at this year’s 64th GRAMMY Awards. The performance will mark the first time in over 20 years that a Gospel or Christian artist has been televised at the ceremony.
Provident Label Group/Sony Music proudly announces that Zach Williams received his first GRAMMY Award during yesterday’s 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony in New York.
Multi-award winning singer-songwriter-producer team Natalie Grant and Bernie Herms will be presenters at the 60th Annual GRAMMY® Awards Premiere Ceremony on Sunday, January 28 live beginning at 3 p.m. EST.
MercyMe’s landmark album Almost There has been RIAA certified triple platinum (3 million albums sold). In addition, their most recent #1 hit single “Even If” was certified Gold (500,000 singles sold).
With a year that kicked off with a GRAMMY® nomination and now ends with another GRAMMY nod, from winning awards to topping the radio charts, there is no question that Zach Williams has had an astounding, and unforgettable, 2017.
Marvin Sapp’s name was called as the nominees were announced for the 60th annual Grammy Awards, as well as the 49th NAACP Image Awards. The “preacher who happens to sing” is also on the first-round ballot of the Stellar Gospel Music Awards.
A day before Crowder is set to attend the 58th Annual GRAMMY® Awards as a nominee, AXS TV aired Crowder’s Neon Porch Extravaganza Live Concert. Viewers tuned in on Sunday night, February 14, 2016, at 11 pm PST to see the GRAMMY® nominee perform songs from his critically acclaimed Neon Steeple in front a lively, hometown Atlanta crowd.
The nominations for the 58th Grammy Awards have been announced and several of our Dove Awards Winners have received nods including Lauren Daigle, Matt Maher, Tasha Cobbs and more! Congratulations to all of our Christian and Gospel Grammy Nominees! See the complete list here.