Contemporary Gospel Album

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Avalon (band) - Honors, Awards, and Nominations - Grammy Nominations
2004 47th Annual Grammy Nomination – Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album, The Creed 2001 44th Annual Grammy Nomination – Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album, Oxygen ...
List Of Grammy Award Categories - Genre-specific Awards - Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music
... Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance Best Gospel Song Best Contemporary Christian Music Song Best Gospel Album Best Contemporary Christian Music Album Previously ...
List Of Awards Received By Kirk Franklin - Awards
... Year Award-giving body Award Reference 1993 Dove Awards Traditional Gospel Album of the Year Kirk Franklin the Family Traditional Gospel Song of the ... Cheryl 'Salt' James)" Grammy Awards Best Gospel Album By Choir or Chorus God's Property 1999 Grammy Awards Best Contemporary R B Gospel Album The Nu Nation Project 2000 Dove Awards Urban ...
List Of Awards And Nominations Received By Jars Of Clay - Grammy Awards
... Year Category Result 1996 Best Rock Gospel Album (Jars of Clay) Nominated 1998 Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album (Much Afraid) Won 2000 Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album (If I Left ...
Fred Hammond - Musical Career - Awards - Award Wins
... Year Award-giving body Award category Song /Album title 1992 Dove Awards Inspirational Album Generation to Generation (with Larnelle Harris, Matthew Ward, Glad, 4Him, Dallas Holm, Kelly Nelon Thompson, Billy Sarah ...

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