Haven Records has announced the second Christmas release from multi-award winning, singer/musician/producer Gordon Mote. The first release was 'O Little Town of Bethlehem.' Mote delivers even more Holiday cheer this Christmas season with the release of the classic, 'I’ll Be Home for Christmas.'
GRAMMY Award-winning Gaither Music artist the Gaither Vocal Band received a GRAMMY nomination during yesterday’s announcements for Best Roots Gospel Album for their celebrated work That’s Gospel, Brother, produced by Gospel music legend Bill Gaither and the award-winning Gordon Mote.
New Haven Records Christian music artist Gordon Mote recently appeared on Huckabee to share their inspiring testimonies of how the Lord has blessed them through the years. The popular show, hosted by former Arkansas Governor and political pundit Mike Huckabee, airs weekly on TBN.
New Haven Records has announced the debut of a brand-new lyric video from multiple Academy of Country Music Award-winning artist Gordon Mote. The song, "Grace Became Amazing,” is the latest Southern Gospel radio single from his recent Grammy-nominated album, LOVE LOVE LOVE.
The Gaither Vocal Band has just completed an all-new CD recording, reminding listeners that Good Things Take Time. Recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, and produced by gospel music legend and group founder Bill Gaither and award-winning industry veteran producer, singer and musician Gordon Mote, the 12-song collection hits the street today, continuing the group’s multi-decade legacy of performing unparalleled harmonies with messages that are timeless.
The National Association of Recording Arts & Sciences recently announced this year’s Grammy nominees. Mote’s latest album, LOVE LOVE LOVE was nominated for “Best Roots Gospel Album of the Year,” joining fellow nominees Jason Crabb, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound, the Issacs, and the Martins in the category.
San Antonio, John Hagee, American Gospel Celebration, Louisville, Freedom Hall, Kentucky Exposition Center, GRAMMY, Dove Awards, Diamond Rio, Lee Greenwood, Larry Gatlin, The Crabb Family, Canton Junction, Military Warriors Support Foundation, Leroy Sisco, The Isaacs, Larnelle Harris, Voices of Lee, Booth Brothers, The Hoppers, Gordon Mote, Matt Hagee