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About the SGN Music AwardsEdit

Originally called the SoGospelNews.com Music Awards....

List of AwardsEdit

Song of the YearEdit

2002 - "Four Days Late" - C. Aaron Wilburn, Roberta Wilburn / House of Aaron Music
Recorded by Karen Peck & New River

2003 - "I Rest My Case at the Cross" - Kyla Rowland / Christian Taylor Music / BMI
Recorded by the Perrys

2004 - "The Promise" - Brian White, Dan Poythress
Recorded by the Martins

2005 - "He Came Looking for Me " - Gerald Crabb
Recorded by the Crabb Family

2006 - "He Saw It All" -
Recorded by the Booth Brothers

2008 - "I Can Pray" - Nathan Markee
Recorded by the Dove Brothers Quartet

Album of the YearEdit

2002 - From the Heart - Oak Ridge Boys / Spring Hill Music Group

2003 - Everything Good - Gaither Vocal Band / Springhouse Music Group

2004 - The Walk - Crabb Family / Daywind Records

2005 - Driven - Crabb Family

2006 - The Blind Man Saw It All - Booth Brothers

2008 (tie)
Back to the Roots - Imperials
Big Sky - Isaacs

PacesetterEdit

(artist, album, song, individual, etc. who has raised the standard in the industry during the year)

2002 - Spring Hill Records

2003 - Crabb Family

2004 - Daywind Records

2005 - Kathy Crabb (manager, Crabb Family)

2006 - Booth Brothers

2008 - Dove Brothers Quartet

Female Vocalist of the YearEdit

2002 - Kim Hopper (Hoppers)

2003 - Karen Peck Gooch (Karen Peck & New River)

2004 - Joyce Martin-McCollough (Martins)

2005 - Kelly Bowling (Crabb Family)

2006 - Lauren Talley (Talley Trio)

2008 - Sonya Isaacs (Isaacs)

Male Vocalist of the YearEdit

2002, 2003 - David Phelps (Gaither Vocal Band)

2004 - Jason Crabb (Crabb Family)

2005 - Mike Bowling

2006, 2008 - Ronnie Booth (Booth Brothers)

Female Group of the YearEdit

2002, 2003 - Ruppes

2004 - Best of Friends (Joyce Martin McCollough, Karen Peck Gooch, Sheri Easter)

2005 - McRaes

2008 - Amazed

Mixed Group of the YearEdit

2002 - Hoppers

2003-2006 - Crabb Family

2008 - Isaacs

Male Group of the YearEdit

2002, 2003 - Gaither Vocal Band

2004 - Booth Brothers

2005, 2008 - Gold City

Breakthrough Artist of the YearEdit

2002 - Lauren Talley

2003 - Chosen Few

2004 - Ernie Haase & Signature Sound

2005 - (tie) Christlike & Mercy's Mark Quartet

2006 - Collingsworth Family

2008 - Tribute Quartet

Fan Favorite of the YearEdit

2008 - Perrys

Songwriter of the Year (Artist)Edit

2002 - Rodney Griffin

2003-2005, 2008 - Gerald Crabb

Songwriter of the Year (Professional)Edit

2005 - Rebecca J. Peck

2008 - Dianne Wilkinson

Producer of the YearEdit

2002 - Michael Sykes

2003 - Zane King

2004 - Daniel Riley

2005 - Daniel & Doug Riley

2008 - Wayne Haun

Musician of the YearEdit

2002, 2004 - Anthony Burger (Piano)

2003, 2005 - Sonya Isaacs (Isaacs)

2008 - Gordon Mote

Best Live PerformerEdit

2005 - Booth Brothers

2008 - Gold City

Traditional Southern Gospel SongEdit

2002 - "He's Still Waiting by the Well" - Greater Vision (written by Rodney Paul Griffin / Songs of Greater Vision)

2003 - "God Sits on High" - Carolina Boys (written by Rebecca J. Peck and David Jenkins / Centergy Music / BMI)

2004 - "Under God" - Booth Brothers (written by Sue C. Smith and Phil Johnson)

2005 - "I Wish I Could Have Been There" - Perrys (written by Wayne Haun & Joel Lindsey)

2008 - "I Can Pray" - Dove Brothers Quartet (written by Nathan Markee)

Traditional Southern Gospel AlbumEdit

2002 - From the Heart - Oak Ridge Boys / Spring Hill Music Group

2003 - Live at First Baptist Atlanta - Greater Vision / Daywind Records (produced by Gerald Wolfe & Wayne Haun)

2004 - Booth Brothers - Booth Brothers / Spring Hill Music (produced by Phil Johnson, Michael Sykes, & Nick Bruno)

2005 - First Class - Gold City (produced by Doug Riley)

2008 - Everyday People - Greater Vision (produced by Gerald Wolfe)

Progressive Southern Gospel SongEdit

2002 - "Four Days Late" - Karen Peck & New River (written by C. Aaron Wilburn and Roberta Wilburn / House of Aaron Music)

2003 - "The Little Things" - Chosen Few (written by Brian Arnold / Centergy Music / Chariot Press / BMI)

2004 - "That's Why They Call It Grace" - Karen Peck & New River (written by Chaz Bosarge and Phil Johnson)

2005 - "Greater Is He" - Crabb Family (written by Gerald Crabb)

2008 - "Last Night" - Karen Peck & New River (written by Marcia Henry)

Progressive Southern Gospel AlbumEdit

2002 - Glorify, Edify, Testify - The Martins

2003 - The Little Things - Chosen Few / Chariot Records (produced by Zane King & Kevin Ward)

2004 - The Walk - Crabb Family / Daywind Music (produced by Jason, Adam, and Aaron Crabb)

2005 - Praise for the Ages - Talleys (produced by Roger Talley)

2008 - Journey of Joy - Karen Peck & New River (produced by Bubba Smith)

Country/Bluegrass SongEdit

2002 - "He Understands My Tears" - Isaacs (written by Rebecca Isaacs Bowman and Sonya Isaacs Surrett. Publishers; Miss Surrett Music and R I Bowman Music)

2003 - "I'm Gonna Sing" - Gaither Vocal Band (written by Gloria Gaither, William J. Gaither, Woody Wright)

2004 - "It Is Well (Elisha's Song)" - Isaacs (written by Sonya and Becky Isaacs)

2005 - "Heroes" - Isaacs (written by Rebecca Isaacs Bowman & Sony Isaacs)

2008 - "He Chose Me" - Freemans (written by Rick Hendrix & Angie Hoskins Aldridge)

Country/Bluegrass AlbumEdit

2002 - Stand Still - Isaacs / Horizon Records

2003 - A Crabb Collection - Crabb Family / Family Music Group. (Executive Producers: Gerald & Kathy Crabb. Producers: Adam Crabb, Aaron Crabb, Jason Crabb, & Mike Bowling)

2004 - It's My Life - Mike Bowling / Daywind Music. (produced by Mike Bowling)

2005 - Heroes - Isaacs (produced by Don Cook)

2008 - Big Sky - Isaacs (produced by Mark Bright)

Album CoverEdit

2002 - All of Me - Jake Hess. Cathedral Records. Design XK3 Graphic Services, Hendersonville, TN. Photography: Wharton Photography, Mt. Juliet, TN.

2003 - The Little Things - Chosen Few. Artwork: RP Graphic Design, Scarborough, ME.

2004 - Booth Brothers - Booth Brothers. Graphics Design: Ian Black.

2005 - Driven - Crabb Family. (design by Ray Jackson)

Special Event ProjectEdit

2002 - London Homecoming - Gaither Gospel Series / Spring House Publications, Inc.

2003 - Let Freedom Ring - Bill & Gloria Gaither and Their Homecoming Friends / Springhouse Music Group. Executive Producers: Bill Gaither, Barry Jennings, Bill Carter. Producer: Bill Gaither. Associate Producer; Jim Hammond.

2004 - Best of Friends - Best of Friends / Spring Hill Music. Producer: Michael Sykes and Phil Johnson

2005 - Mary, Did You Know? - Mark Lowry (producers Michael English & Michael Sykes)

2008 - A Little Christmas - Legacy Five (produced by Scott Fowler, Steve Mauldin, and Tim Parton)

Artist/Industry WebsiteEdit

2002 - Gaithernet (http://www.gaithernet.com)

2003 - The reMarkable Site - Mark Lowry (http://www.marklowry.com)

2004 - Crabb Family (http://www.thecrabbfamily.com) Web Designer: Lance Moore, Moore Design.

2005 - LordSong.org - LordSong (design by Ray Jackson)

SourcesEdit

SGN Music Awards: 5 Years and Counting (2006)

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