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The Gospel Music Association (GMA) Dove Awards were created in 1969 by the Gospel Music Association to honor the outstanding achievements in Christian music. The awards, representing a wide variety of musical styles, including pop, rock, rap & hip hop, country, gospel, and praise & worship, are presented annually in Nashville, Tennessee.

43 facts:

1969
   the winner was   
Jesus Is Coming Soon
Composed by R.E. Winsett
1970
   the winner was   
The Night Before Easter
Composed by Don Sumner and Dwayne Friend
1972
   the winner was   
The Lighthouse
Composed by Ron Hinson
1973
   the winner was   
Why Me, Lord?
Composed by Kris Kristofferson
1974
   the winner was   
Because He Lives
Composed by Bill Gaither
1975
   the winner was   
One Day At A Time
Composed by Marijohn Wilkin and Kris Kristofferson
1976
   the winner was   
Statue Of Liberty
Composed by Neil Enloe
1977
   the winner was   
Learning To Lean
Composed by John Stallings
1978
   the winner was   
Rise Again
Composed by Dallas Holm
1980
   the winner was   
He's Alive
Composed by Don Francisco
1981
   the winner was   
Praise The Lord
Composed by Brown Bannister and Mike Hudson
1982
   the winner was   
We Shall Behold Him
Composed by Dottie Rambo
1983
   the winner was   
El Shaddai
Composed by Michael Card and John Thompson
1984
   the winner was   
More Than Wonderful
Composed by Lanny Wolfe
1985
   the winner was   
Upon This Rock
Composed by Gloria Gaither and Dony McGuire
1986
   the winner was   
Via Dolorosa
Composed by Billy Sprague and Niles Borop
1987
   the winner was   
How Excellent Is Thy Name
Composed by Dick & Melody Tunney and Paul Smith
1988
   the winner was   
In The Name Of The Lord
Composed by Phil McHugh, Gloria Gaither and Sandy Patti Helvering
1989
   the winner was   
Friend Of A Wounded Heart
Composed by Wayne Watson and Claire Cloninger
1990
   the winner was   
Thank You
Composed by Ray Boltz
1991
   the winner was   
Another Time, Another Place
Composed by Gary Driskell
1992
   the winner was   
Place In This World
Composed by Amy Grant, Michael W. Smith and Wayne Kirkpatrick
1993
   the winner was   
The Great Adventure
Composed by Steven Curtis Chapman, and Geoff Moore
1994
   the winner was   
In Christ Alone
Composed by Shawn Craig and Don Koch
1995
   the winner was   
God Is In Control
Composed by Twila Paris
1996
   the winner was   
Jesus Freak
Composed by Mark Heimermann and Toby McKeehan
1997
   the winner was   
Butterfly Kisses
Composed by Bob Carlisle and Randy Thomas
1998
   the winner was   
On My Knees
Composed by David Mullen, Nicole Coleman-Mullen and Michael Ochs
1999
   the winner was   
My Deliverer
Composed by Rich Mullins and Mitch McVicker
2000
   the winner was   
This Is Your Time
Composed by Michael W. Smith and Wes King
2001
   the winner was   
Redeemer
Composed by Nicole C. Mullen
2002
   the winner was   
I Can Only Imagine
Composed by Bart Millard
2003
   the winner was   
Holy
Composed by Nicole Nordeman and Mark Hammond
2004
   the winner was   
Word Of God Speak
Composed by Peter Kipley and Bart Millard
2005
   the winner was   
Who Am I?
Composed by Mark Hall
2006
   the winner was   
How Great Is Our God
Composed by Chris Tomlin
2007
   the winner was   
My Savior My God
Composed by Aaron Shust
2008
   the winner was   
East To West
Composed by Casting Crowns
2009
   the winner was   
Give Me Your Eyes
Composed by Brandon Heath
2010
   the winner was   
By Your Side
Composed by Tenth Avenue North
2011
   the winner was   
Sometimes I Cry
Composed by Jason Crabb
2012
   the winner was   
Blessings
Composed by Laura Story
2013
   the winner was   
10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)
Composed by Matt Redman


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