Fred Hammond - Musical Career - Awards - Award Wins

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 Gaines, and Dana Key)
1992 Dove Awards Contemporary Gospel Album Handel's Messiah: A Soulful Celebration (with Mervyn Warren, George Duke, David Pack, Patti Austin, Take 6, Gary Hines, Robert Sadin, Richard Smallwood, and The Yellowjackets)
1998 Dove Awards Contemporary Gospel Song Let the Praise Begin (with Radical for Christ)
1999 Dove Awards Contemporary Gospel Song Power (with Radical For Christ)
2000 Dove Awards Contemporary Gospel Album Purpose By Design (with Radical for Christ)
2001 Stellar Awards Male Vocalist of the Year Purpose by Design
2001 Stellar Awards Producer of the Year Purpose by Design (with Radical For Christ)
2001 Stellar Awards Contemporary Male Vocalist of the Year Purpose By Design (with Radical For Christ)
2001 Dove Awards Urban Album Just Remember Christmas
2005 Stellar Awards Producer of the Year Somethin' 'Bout Love
2008 Grammy Awards Best Contemporary R&B Gospel Album Free To Worship

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