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2003 Dove Awards

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Nothing to do with the war – this is about gospel and CCM music:

    Nichole Nordeman and Michael W. Smith were the big winners at the Gospel Music Association’s (GMA) 34th Dove Awards last night (April 10) at Nashville’s Gaylord Entertainment Center. Nordeman won seven awards, including songwriter, female vocalist, and song of the year and best pop/contemporary song for “Holy,” co-written with Mark Hammond. Her “Woven & Spun” (Sparrow) won pop/contemporary album of the year.

    Smith took home five Doves, including his third for artist of the year and his first for male vocalist. He also won best praise and worship album for “Worship Again” (Reunion). [Billboard]

Song of the Year “Holy”; Nichole Nordeman, Mark Hammond;

Songwriter of the Year Nichole Nordeman
Male Vocalist of the Year Michael W. Smith
Female Vocalist of the Year Nichole Nordeman
Group of the Year Third Day
Artist of the Year Michael W. Smith….

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  • The Theory

    ahhhhhhhhahaha! noooooo…

    what a typical load of crap. At least Phil Keaggy won for best instrumental album. That cd was gold.


  • The Theory

    and isn’t it CCM and not CCR? Or is CCR an acronym i’m not aware of?


  • Eric Olsen

    “R,” “M,” what’s the difference? I think I was thinking “rock” instead of “music” – I screwed up

  • The Theory

    Well… as far as relevance… not much… it’s not really that big of a deal… i was merely wondering if there was something i wasn’t aware of.

    i really don’t want to nitpick…


  • Eric Olsen

    Dude, just messing with you – you were absolutely right and I’d much rather you point it out than leave it wrong. Peace

  • The Theory


    ahh, i am way too gullible.


  • Ohohoho!

    The dove awards! hallelujah!

    When I have some time, I really HAVE to sit down and write up the list of CCMers that don’t suck.

    It probably won’t be a long list. And I’m not up with the new ones…But there are just a few that are not carbon copies of “secular” artists and deserve note.

    Phil Keaggy being one. That man is a true artist. Gives a killer concert. It’s almost like you’re in his living room, and he’s a friend showing you the cool tunes he’s written. His guitar talks for him.