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All the Artists You Love – The 2015 GMA Dove Award Nominees!


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On October 13, 2015, the 46th annual GMA Dove Awards ceremony will be held in Nashville, Tenn., at the Lipscomb Theatre. Crowder, for KING & COUNTRY, Chris Tomlin, Lecrae and Matt Maher have been Dove Award winners in the past. Newbies like Lauren Daigle are up for nominations, Jonathan McReynolds is up for Gospel Artist of the Year, as well as Tasha Cobbs and more! Tamela Mann and Erica Campbell received Southern Gospel nominations for Artist of the Year. The Isaacs, Booth Brothers and the Gaither Vocal Band are nominees as well.

[Source: doveawards.com]


Family Force 5 is kicking off their fall tour this October in Vienna and will end sometime in November this year. The tour is called Tour Stands Still, according to sources, and they will be traveling to 12 different cities. The band also recently released a new remix project with eight tracks, called Time Still Stands, which will be available for purchase on November 6, 2015. Some songs that are remixed and remastered are “Let It Be Love,” “This Is My Year” and more! Go to familyforce5.com for more about their tour dates and ministry!


Aaron Shust, the “No One Higher” singer and the “My Hope Is in You” artist you may recognize, released a new album on August 28, 2015. The artist released his album, Doxology, with Centricity Music, and it was produced by the David Crowder Band drummer, Christian Paschall. Aaron is not only a singer-songwriter, but also a worship leader in his local church, and the album is inspired by his learning experiences there as well. Some exciting news is that one of my favorites, Lauren Daigle (“First” and “How Can It Be?”), and Shust collaborated on the song “Nothing More.”

Shust’s inspiration behind the album is reflective of the healing process he had to go through with his two sons who battled health issues. In a recent interview with Today’s Christian Music, he relates to Job in the Bible and talks about how Job went through grief, but trusted in God’s promises.

[Source: todayschristianmusic.com]

Shust said he was able to worship through tough times, but couldn’t celebrate really, and now finds wholeness where he can truly rejoice again. Some songs I look forward to hearing are “Never Gonna Let Me Go,” “Oh Praise” and “It Is Finished.”


Lauren Daigle is joining Casting Crowns in October with Premier Productions to do an evening of worship in Alabama; check it out online and see what she is up to! Lauren has just finished the Outcry Tour with Hillsong United, Trip Lee, Kari Jobe, DJ Promote, Nick Hall, Crowder and Bethel Music.


[Sources: premierproductions.com/tour/evening-casting-crowns/tuscaloosa-al; laurendaigle.com]

Josh Wilson released a new single called “That Was Then, This Is Now,” and released a new music video on his YouTube channel. Wilson is known for his single “I Refuse.” The song is about overcoming the past, and not dwelling on past sin and what the blood of Jesus has already cleansed and made new.


He talks about walking in the new and that you can leave the past behind you. Wilson recently released a lyric video called “No More,” about no condemnation (Romans 8) and walking in God’s grace and love. Make sure to check out Josh Wilson’s new album. Watch his video for “No More” below:

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