38th GMA Dove Awards

38th GMA Dove Awards
38th GMA Dove Awards
Date April 25, 2007
Venue Grand Ole Opry House, Nashville, Tennessee
Host Brian Littrell, Natalie Grant, and Donnie McClurkin
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The 38th Annual GMA Dove Awards were held on April 25, 2007 recognizing accomplishments of musicians for the year 2006. The show was held at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee, and was hosted by Brian Littrell, Natalie Grant, and Donnie McClurkin. This was the first year in which the awards were called the "GMA Dove Awards" since the 2006 edition was called the "GMA Music Awards". [1]

Nominations were announced earlier on February 20, 2007 by Juanita Bynum, Brian Littrell and Thor Ramsey at the Hilton Nashville Downtown in Music City, Tennessee.[2]

Following the success from the previous year, Chris Tomlin won six awards, including Artist of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year. Aaron Shust won three awards, including New Artist of the Year. Casting Crowns, Jars of Clay, KJ-52, Gaither Vocal Band, and The Lewis Family each won two awards.



Telecast ceremony

The following performed:

Artist(s) Song(s)
Kirk Franklin
"Lose My Soul"
T-Bone "Name Droppin'"
Take 6
Chris Tomlin
Diante do Trono "Send Your Rain"
"In The Father's Arms"
Aaron Shust
Stellar Kart
The Crabb Family
Jonathan Butler
Donnie McClurkin
Natalie Grant
Brian Littrell
"Power in the Blood"[3]


Telecast ceremony

The following presented:[4]



Artist of the Year
New Artist of the Year

Group of the Year
Male Vocalist of the Year
Female Vocalist of the Year
Song of the Year
Songwriter of the Year
Producer of the Year


Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year


Rock Recorded Song of the Year
Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
Rock Album of the Year
Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year


Rap/Hip-Hop Recorded Song of the Year
Rap/Hip-Hop Album of the Year


Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year
Inspirational Album of the Year


Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
Southern Gospel Album of the Year
  • Give It Away - Gaither Vocal Band
  • Graceland - The Mike Bowling Group
  • He’s So God - Brian Free and Assurance
  • Stepping Stones - Poet Voices
  • Strength - Young Harmony
Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
  • "All Because Of Jesus" - Andraé Crouch
  • "Call Him Jesus" - Mary Mary
  • "Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus" - The Crabb Family
  • "Look Where You Brought Me From" - Clarence Fountain and the Blind Boys Of Alabama, with Sam Butler, Jr.
  • "Miracles Still Happen" - Stephanie Dotson
Traditional Gospel Album of the Year
  • A New Beginning - Bishop Eddie Long & The New Birth Total Praise Choir
  • Clarence Fountain and The Blind Boys Of Alabama With Sam Butler, Jr. - Sam Butler, Clarence Fountain and The Blind Boys of Alabama
  • Mighty Wind - Andraé Crouch
  • Paved The Way - The Caravans
  • Sing To The Lord A New Song - Alabama Spirituals
Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year

Country & Bluegrass

Country Recorded Song of the Year
Country Album of the Year
Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year
Bluegrass Album of the Year
  • Acoustic Hymns Volume 1 - Cumberland Quartet
  • Ancient of Days - Harvest Wind
  • Flyin’ High - The Lewis Family
  • He Lives In Me - Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
  • The Promised Land - Del McCoury Band

Praise & Worship

Worship Song of the Year
Praise & Worship Album of the Year

Children's Music

Children's Music Album of the Year


Urban Recorded Song of the Year
Urban Album of the Year
  • Grateful - Coko
  • Tales From The Badlands - Liquid
  • Testimony - Virtue
  • This Is Me - Kierra Sheard
  • This Is Who I Am - Kelly Price


Instrumental Album of the Year
  • 20 Contemporary Hymn Favorites For Solo Piano - John E. Coates
  • Breathe-Piano - Tom Howard
  • End of the Spear Soundtrack - Various artists
  • Guitars In Worship - Dave Cleveland
  • Sunday Morning Jams Vol. 2 - Quiet Time Players
Spanish Language Album of the Year
  • Alegria - Marcos Witt
  • En El Lugar Secreto - Blest
  • Mi Alma Te Alaba - Alan Villatoro
  • Si Alguna Vez - Alejandra
  • Un Dia Mas - Daniel Calvetti
Special Event Album of the Year
Christmas Album of the Year
Choral Collection of the Year
  • Again I Say Rejoice: Celebrating The Songs Of Israel Houghton - Various artists
  • Dwell - Robert Sterling
  • I'm Amazed - Carol Cymbala
  • Invisible Christ - Church Prayz Choir
  • You Are God Alone - Phil Barfoot and Lari Goss
Recorded Music Packaging of the Year


Musical of the Year
  • Christmas Is Forever
  • Everything Glorious
  • He's Alive Forever
  • How Great Is Our God
  • My Savior, My God
Youth/Children's Musical
  • A King Is Coming to Town
  • Donkey Tales
  • Miracle On Main Street
  • The First Action Heroes
  • Voyage Of Friendship


Short Form Music Video of the Year
  • "Breathe Into Me" - Red
    • Matt Bass (video director), Steven Johnson (video producer)
  • "This House" - Edison Glass
    • JT Daly (video director and producer)
  • "Welcome Home (You)" - Brian Littrell
    • Roman White (video director), Randy Brewer (video producer)
  • "Work" - Jars of Clay
    • Jeff Stephenson (video director), Monica Ortiz (video producer)
  • "Writing on the Walls" - Underoath
    • Popcore Films (video director and producer)
Long Form Music Video of the Year
  • Alive In South Africa - Israel & New Breed
    • Israel Houghton; Di Rosen; Di Rosen Productions; Integrity Music
  • Give It Away - Gaither Vocal Band
    • Doug Stuckey (video director), Bill Gaither, Barry Jennings, and Bill Carter (video producers)
  • Live Unplugged - Jeremy Camp
    • Carl Diebold (video director), Ken Concord and Michael Sacci (video producers)
  • Legacy of Love... David Phelps Live - David Phelps
    • Russell E. Hall (video director), David Phelps and Jim Chaffee (video producers)
  • Lifesong Live - Casting Crowns
    • Karl Hortsmann (video producer)
  • Time Again... Amy Grant Live - Amy Grant
    • Ken Carpenter (video director), Ken & Rod Carpenter (video producers)

Artists with multiple nominations and awards

The following artists received multiple nominations:[5]

The following artists received multiple awards:


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