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CeCe Winans Garners Four More Dove Awards

CECE WINANS ADDS FOUR NEW TROPHIES TO HER DOVE AWARDS COLLECTION: GOSPEL ARTIST OF THE YEAR, GOSPEL ALBUM OF THE YEAR, GOSPEL WORSHIP SONG OF THE YEAR AND INSPIRATIONAL RECORDED SONG OF THE YEAR (Los Angeles, CA) – The incomparable CeCe Winans continues to blaze the trail in the music industry with heartfelt and empowering songs. Winans’ chart- topping album, Believe For It, won big at the 52nd Annual Dove Awards that was taped at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena in Nashville and aired Friday, October 22nd, on Trinity Broadcasting Network at 8:00 p.m. ET and 10:00 p.m. ET and was ...

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Tasha Cobbs Leonard Named Billboard’s Top Gospel Artist Of The Decade

Singer Wraps Whirlwind Year With Holiday Programming Alongside Dolly Parton and Ne-Yo. Nashville, TN (December 11, 2020) – GRAMMY®-winning singer/songwriter Tasha Cobbs Leonard has been named Billboard’s Top Gospel Artist of the Decade. News of the top honor came late last week, as Billboard began announcing its year-end and decade-end charts. Cobbs Leonard was also named the Top Female Gospel Artist for the 3rd consecutive year. This year alone, Tasha Cobbs Leonard earned two additional RIAA® certifications—one Platinum certification for her hit single “Break Every Chain,” and a Gold certification (her third) for the #1 radio single “You Know My ...

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Christian Music’s Top Singing Groups Unite For a Ground-Breaking Collaboration

Southern Gospel’s Legacy Five and Gospel’s The Wardlaw Brothers Unite For “9 Makes Us 1” Nashville, TN — Legacy Five and The Wardlaw Brothers are two groups, from two genres of music traditionally separated more often by race than by the style of music. Legacy Five is in Southern Gospel which consists of predominantly white artists. The Wardlaw Brothers are in Gospel which is made up of predominantly black artists. It is understood that music is divided into genres for industry cataloging purposes and creative stylistic referencing. But music too often has a racial divide that supersedes creative content. The ...

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