Winners of the Gospel Music Association's 34th annual Dove Awards presented April 10 at Nashville's Gaylord Entertainment Center

Below are the winners of the Gospel Music Association's 34th annual Dove Awards presented April 10 at Nashville's Gaylord Entertainment Center.

Song of the year: Nichole Nordeman and Mark Hammond, "Holy"
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
New artist of the year: Paul Colman Trio
Producer of the year: Brown Bannister
Rap/hip-hop/dance recorded song: Souljahz, "All Around the World"
Modern rock/alternative recorded song: Sixpence None the Richer, "Breathe Your Name"
Hard music recorded song of the year: P.O.D. "Boom"
Rock recorded song of the year: Third Day, "40 Days"
Pop/contemporary recorded song: Nichole Nordeman, "Holy"
Inspirational recorded song of the year: Tim Hughes, "Here I Am to Worship"
Southern Gospel recorded song: The Crabb Family, "Don't You Wanna Go?"
Bluegrass recorded song of the year: The Lewis Family, "Walkin' and Talkin'"
Country recorded song of the year: Amy Grant & Vince Gill, "The River's Gonna Keep On Rolling"
Urban Recorded song of the year: Out Of Eden, "Meditate"
Traditional Gospel recorded song: Mississippi Mass Choir, "Holding On"
Contemporary Gospel recorded song: Mary Mary, "In the Morning"
Rap/hip-hop/dance album of the year: GRITS, "The Art of Translation"
Modern rock/alternative album of the year: Jars Of Clay, "The Eleventh Hour"
Hard music album of the year: Pillar, "Fireproof"
Rock album of the year: Audio Adrenaline, "Lift"
Pop/contemporary album of the year: Nichole Nordeman, "Woven & Spun"
Inspirational album of the year: Amy Grant, "Legacy--Hymns & Faith"
Southern Gospel album of the year: The Crabb Family, "A Crabb Collection"
Bluegrass album of the year: Lewis Family, "50th Anniversary Celebration"
Country album of the year: Randy Travis, "Rise and Shine"
Urban album of the year: Souljahz, "Fault Is History"
Traditional Gospel album of the year: Blind Boys of Alabama, "Higher Ground"
Contemporary Gospel album of the year: Kirk Franklin, "The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin"
Instrumental album of the year: Phil Keaggy, "Hymnsongs"
Praise & Worship album of the year: Michael W. Smith, "Worship Again"
Children's Music album of the year: Various, "A Veggie Tales Movie Original Soundtrack"
Spanish language album of the year: Jaci Velasquez, "Navidad"
Special event album of the year: Caedmon's Call, "City on a Hill-Sing Alleluia"
Musical of the year: "The Christmas Shoes"
Youth/children's musical of the year: Celeste Clydesdale, "Meet Me At the Manger"
Choral collection of the year: "More Songs for Praise & Worship 2"
Recorded music packaging of the year: "Welcome to the Rock 'n' Roll Worship Circus"
Short form music video of the year: tobyMac, "Irene"
Long form music video of the year: Michael W. Smith, "Worship"

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