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.
Jason Crabb–critically acclaimed and highly lauded singer/songwriter/musician/author–was honored to receive a GRAMMY nomination for Best Roots Gospel Album for his latest release, Unexpected.
USA Today has named Jason Crabb's critically acclaimed project, Unexpected, as one of Nashville's Top Albums of 2018.
It was recently announced that Zach Williams, Provident Music Group/Sony Music artist and current GRAMMY winner, received a GRAMMY nomination for the upcoming 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards®.
The Isaacs, one of contemporary music’s most harmonious groups, learned of their 2019 GRAMMY® nomination for the album, Favorites: Revisited by Request as "Best Roots Gospel Album."
MercyMe has earned their sixth GRAMMY® nod for the chart-topper “Grace Got You,” as heard on their GRAMMY® nominated album Lifer.
It was announced today that Australian duo for KING & COUNTRY received some good tidings this holiday season - a GRAMMY nomination for the massive No. 1 single “joy.”
Cory Asbury’s resonating hit “Reckless Love” has garnered the Michigan-based singer, songwriter and worship leader his first GRAMMY® nomination.