Last night’s 46th Annual Dove Awards went off in grand fashion at the Allen Arena on the campus of Lipscomb University, featuring hosts Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Robertson and Erica Campbell.
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The Gospel Music Association has announced that Erica Campbell will host the 46th Annual Dove Awards along with Duck Dynasty’s Sadie Robertson. The awards are set for October 13 at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena.
Nominees were announced today for the 46th Annual Dove Awards, which will return to the city of Nashville at the Allen Arena on the campus of Lipscomb University on October 13th. The show will air on the Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) on October 18th.
In the Gospel Artist of the Year category, nominations went to Erica Campbell, Fred Hammond, Israel & New Breed, Jonathan McReynolds, Tamela Mann and Tasha Cobbs. For a full list of nominees, see the list here: 46th Annual Dove Award Nominees
The other half of Mary Mary Tina Campbell prepares for the release of her long awaited solo album . Its Personal is packed with appearances from Stevie Wonder, Teddy Campbell, Erica Campbell, Warryn Campbell, Honey Atkins, Aaron Lindsey, The Underdogs, Eddie Brown, Jason White, PJ Morton and Donald Lawrence and the Company.
The disc along with Tina’s book I Need A Day To Pray hits digital outlets on May 7th.
Erica Campbell’s Help 2.0 is greeted with a warm reception as it makes its debut in the #1 spot on the Billboard Top Gospel Albums chart. HELP 2.0 is making a noise across the spectrum, landing in the top 10 on the Top Christian/Gospel Albums chart in addition to placement on the Top 200, Top Current Albums, Top Independent Albums and Top Current Digital.
“There is just so much more to sing and say,” said this year’s multiple Stellar Award winner. “I’m just getting started! As long as God keeps opening the door for me I’ll keep walking through it! So humbled and so grateful.”
The two hour show hosted by Comedian Rickey Smiley and husband/wife duo David and Tamela Mann featured memorable performances from Erica Campbell, Rance Allen, Lisa Knowles and the Brown Singers, Canton Jones, Uncle Reece, Jonathan McReynolds, Ricky Dillard and New G and a reunion of Michelle Williams, Beyonce and Kelly Rowland.
Entertainment One Music carried the night at the 30th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards. Eone artists Erica Campbell, Dorinda Clark Cole, Ricky Dillard Deitrick Haddon, Jonathan McReynolds and Michelle Williams performed during the eventful celebration as eOne artists took home 14 awards out of the 28 categories.
Erica Campbell, Ricky Dillard, William McDowell, Michelle Williams took home awards in the major categories while Bishop Paul Morton received special honors.
“Phil Thornton, eOne Music Vice President and General Manager of Urban Inspirational shared these sentiments, “Wow! It’s truly a blessing to receive these honors capping an incredible past year for our artists, and celebrate the creative gifts and work that continues to inspire so many fans across the globe. There is more new music coming on the horizon, and congratulations to all the nominees and honorees this year,”
Erica Campbell was the big winner at the 30th annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards taking home 6 statues for Artist of the Year, CD of the Year, Contemporary CD of the Year, the Albertina Walker Female Artist of the Year and Contemporary Female Artist of the Year, all for her debut solo project Help.
Campbell’s team was also celebrated on the winning night with awards going to Warryn Campbell for Producer of the Year and Derek Blanks for Recorded Music Packaging of the Year.
The excitement continues as Help 2.0 (the remix album) hits stores and digital outlets on Tuesday, March 31st.
Of all the weekend buzz of Gospel’s biggest night, the 30th Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards was capped by a reunion performance of Destiny’s Child. Michelle Williams flanked by Beyonce and Kelly Rowland opened the awards show with a rousing rendition of Say Yes from Williams’ Journey to Freedom CD.
The big winner of the night was Erica Campbell, taking home six statues out of the ten nominations that she received for her solo debut CD Help.
The Stellar Awards broadcast will be shown on Easter Sunday April 5th on TV One.
This year’s Grammy Awards hold a special place in Erica Campbell’s heart. Already a Grammy winner for her work with her sister Tina as Mary Mary, Erica was privileged to take home the coveted statue this year for her work on her first solo project Help.
“Thrilled! Overwhelmed! Honored! God is faithful and amazing,” said Campbell after her win. “I’m just going to keep on singing like I’ve been singing.” The reception for Help continues to expand as Campbell was awarded a Soul Train Music Award in addition to receiving a record 10 nominations for this year’s Stellar Awards