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34th GMA Dove Awards

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34th GMA Dove Awards
DateApril 10, 2003
LocationGaylord Entertainment Center, Nashville, Tennessee
Hosted byCeCe Winans and Steven Curtis Chapman
Television/radio coverage
NetworkPAX TV

The 34th Annual GMA Dove Awards were held on April 10, 2003 recognizing accomplishments of musicians for the year 2002. The show was held at the Gaylord Entertainment Center in Nashville, Tennessee, and was hosted by CeCe Winans and Steven Curtis Chapman.[1]

The 34th Annual Dove Awards were broadcast on April 19, 2003 on PAX TV. The Trinity Broadcasting Network also rebroadcast the awards show.[2]

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Award recipients

  • Song of the Year
  • Songwriter of the Year
  • Male Vocalist of the Year
  • Female Vocalist of the Year
  • Group of the Year
  • Artist of the Year
  • New Artist of the Year
  • Producer of the Year
  • Rap/Hip Hop/Dance Recorded Song of the Year
    • “All Around The World”; Fault Is History; Souljahz; Joshua Washington, Je’kob Washington & Rachael Washington, Chris Rodriquez; Warner Brothers
  • Modern Rock/Alternative Recorded Song of the Year
  • Hard Music Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Boom”; Satellite; P.O.D.; P.O.D. (Traa, Sonny, Marcos, Wuv) Paul Sandoval, Marco Curiel, Mark Traa, Noah Bernardo; Atlantic
  • Rock Recorded Song of the Year
    • “40 Days”; Come Together; Third Day; Mac Powell, Brad Avery, David Carr, Mark Lee, Tai Anderson; Essential
  • Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
  • Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Here I Am To Worship”; Here I Am To Worship; Tim Hughes; Tim Hughes; Worship Together
  • Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Don't You Wanna Go?”; A Crabb Collection; The Crabb Family; Gerald Crabb; Family Music Group
  • Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year

“Walkin' and Talkin'”; 50th Anniversary; The Lewis Family; Wayne Haun, Joel Lindsey; Thoroughbred

  • Country Recorded Song of the Year
  • Urban Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Meditate”; This Is Your Life; Out of Eden; Lisa Kimmey, Michael Clemons, Nate Clemons, Eric Roberson; Gotee
  • Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Holding On”; Amazing Love; Mississippi Mass Choir; Dorothy Love-Coates; Malaco
  • Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
    • “In The Morning”; Incredible; Mary Mary; Warryn Campbell, Tina Akins-Campbell, Erica Atkins-Campbell, J. Campbell; Integrity
  • Rap/Hip Hop/Dance Album of the Year
    • The Art Of Translation; GRITS; Teron Carter, Stacey Jones, Ric Robbins, Otto Price, Kenne Bell; Gotee
  • Modern Rock/Alternative Album of the Year
    • The Eleventh Hour; Jars of Clay; Dan Haseltine, Charlie Lowell, Stephen Mason, Matt Odmark; Essential
  • Hard Music Album of the Year
  • Rock Album of the Year
    • Lift; Audio Adrenaline; Mark Stuart, Will McGinnis, Ben Cissell, Tyler Burkum; ForeFront
  • Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year
  • Inspirational Album of the Year
    • Legacy...Hymns & Faith; Amy Grant; Brown Bannister, Vince Gill; Word
  • Southern Gospel Album of the Year
    • A Crabb Collection; The Crabb Family; Mike Bowling; Family Music Group
  • Bluegrass Album of the Year
    • 50th Anniversary Celebration; Lewis Family; Wayne Haun, Buddy Spicher; Thoroughbred
  • Country Album of the Year
  • Urban Album of the Year (Tie)
    • Fault Is History; Souljahz; Tonex, Chris Rodriguez; Warner Brothers
    • This Is Your Life; Out of Eden; Lisa Kimmey, Donnie Scantz, Jaimie Portee, Nate Clemmons; Gotee
  • Traditional Gospel Album of the Year
  • Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year
    • The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin; Kirk Franklin; Sanchez Harley, Kirk Franklin; Gospocentric
  • Instrumental Album of the Year
  • Praise & Worship Album of the Year
  • Children's Music Album of the Year
  • Spanish Language Album of the Year
    • Navidad; Jaci Velasquez; Chris Harris for Fun Attic Prod., Alejandro Jean; Word
  • Special Event Album of the Year
  • Musical of the Year
    • The Christmas Shoes; Donna VanLiere, Eddie Carswell, J. Daniel Smith; Brentwood Music Publications
  • Youth/Children's Musical of the Year
    • Meet Me At The Manger; Celeste Clydesdale; Clydesdale & Clydesdale Music
  • Choral Collection of the Year
    • More Songs For Praise & Worship 2; Ken Barker, Keith Christopher; Word Music
  • Recorded Music Packaging of the Year
    • Welcome To The Rock 'N' Roll Worship Circus; The Rock 'N' Roll Worship; Sam Noerr; Matthew Lloyd; Karen Mason-Blair; Vertical
  • Short Form Music Video of the Year
    • “Irene”; tobyMac; Alex Moon; Rick Kim; ForeFront
  • Long Form Music Video of the Year

External links


  1. ^ "34th Annual Dove Awards Winners". The City Paper. Nashville, TN. 11 April 2003. Archived from the original on 12 June 2012. Retrieved 14 June 2011.
  2. ^ "PAX TV and TBN to Televise April Awards Show". PRNewswire. 10 April 2003. Retrieved 14 June 2011.
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