Recap: 2017 Gospel Grammy Winners

Recap: 2017 Gospel Grammy Winners

It was all about great music and “Giving honor to God” during the biggest night in music (Shout out to Chance the Rapper for both an amazing performance and making Grammy history, including his Best New Artist win.). And, in case you missed it, we wanted to give you a quick recap on some of the biggest wins in gospel music during the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

Best Gospel Album

“Losing My Religion” – WINNER

Kirk Franklin

 

“Listen”

Tim Bowman Jr.

 

“Fill This House”

Shirley Caesar

 

“A Worshipper’s Heart (LIVE)”

Todd Dulaney

 

“Demonstrate (LIVE)”

William Murphy

 

 

Best Gospel Performance/Song

“God Provides” – WINNER

Tamela Mann

 

“It’s Alright, It’s OK”

Shirley Caesar feat. Anthony Hamilton

 

“You’re Bigger (Live)”

Jekalyn Carr

 

“Made a Way (Live)”

Travis Greene

 

“Better”

Hezekiah Walker

 

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

“Thy Will” – WINNER

Hillary Scott & The Scott Family

 

“Trust in You”

Lauren Daigle

 

“Priceless”

For King & Country

 

“King of the World”

Natalie Grant

 

“Chain Breaker”

Zach Williams

 

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

“Love Remains”- WINNER

Hillary Scott

 

“Poets & Saints”

All Sons & Daughters

 

“American Prodigal”

Crowder

 

“Be One”

Natalie Grant

 

“Youth Revival (Live)”

Hillsong Youth & Free

 

Best Roots Gospel Album

“Hymns” – WINNER

Joey+Rory

 

“Better Together”

Gaither Vocal Band

 

“Nature’s Symphony In 432”

The Isaacs

 

“Hymns And Songs of Inspiration”

Gordon Mote

 

“God Don’t Never Change: The Songs of Blind Willie Johnson

(Various Artists)