Nashville, TN (June 3, 2019)
Curb | Word Entertainment took home top honors at the 7th annual K-LOVE Fan Awards held at Nashville’s historic Grand Ole Opry House. for KING & COUNTRY was honored with the Group of the Year title, along with Song of the Year for “God Only Knows,” which has spent a record eight weeks atop both the Billboard and Mediabase charts.

We Are Messengers earned their first ever K-LOVE Fan Award when their Top 5 hit, “Maybe It’s OK,” was named Breakout Single of the Year.

“On behalf of the entire Curb | Word Entertainment team, we are thrilled with the wins last night at the K-LOVE Fan Awards by for KING & COUNTRY and We Are Messengers for Group of the Year, Song of the Year, and Breakout Single of the Year!” shares Curb | Word Entertainment Senior Vice President and General Manager Ryan Dokke. “Their songs are touching lives, and we are honored to work alongside them. We were also extremely proud of the performances by Big Daddy Weave and Francesca Battistelli. It is an amazing time to be spreading His message far and wide. Thankful for K-LOVE bringing us together last night.”

for KING & COUNTRY opened this year’s sold-out awards ceremony with a show-stopping performance of “God Only Knows.” We are Messengers performed their award-winning song “Maybe It’s OK” against a backdrop of plush strings. Additional Curb | Word Entertainment artists also performed. Big Daddy Weave brought their new single, “Alive,” to the stage, and Francesca Battistelli gave “The Breakup Song” a retro twist, complete with a brass section.

Fans can catch this year’s broadcast exclusively on TBN this coming Sunday, June 9 at 9 p.m. EST / 8 p.m. CST.

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