Kirk Franklin, Yolanda Adams & Mary Mary Celebrate 30 Years of Stellar Gospel Awards with New CD

Stellar Awards

In recognition of the upcoming 30th Anniversary Stellar Gospel Music Awards, Habakkuk Music will be releasing a special event CD commemorating this extraordinary milestone. The special event CD would be branded as the "must have" deluxe collection item for music lovers of all ages and backgrounds. The album will be released on March 31.

The Stellar Gospel Music Awards is Gospel Music's premiere live event and television program. The biggest night in Gospel music, The Annual Stellar Gospel Music Awards, is moving to a new venue and taping date in celebration of its 30th Anniversary milestone. The telecast will be taped in front of a live audience at the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada with a new Spring 2015 broadcast schedule. Air dates: TBA. 

1. Best Artist - Kirk Franklin "Stomp" 
Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Chart: #1 (1997)

2. Best Group/Duo - Fred Hammond & RFC "When The Spirit Of The Lord"
From The CD "The Spirit of David" - Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: #2 (1996)

3. Best Choir - Hezekiah Walker and Love Fellowship "Souled Out"
Billboard Hot Gospel Songs Chart: #1 (2009)

4. Best Contemporary Group - The Clark Sisters "You Brought The Sunshine"
Billboard R&R Singles Chart: #16 (1983)

5. Best Urban Single - Mary Mary "Yesterday"
Billboard Adult R&B Chart: #9 (2004)

6. Best Contemporary Male Vocalist - Marvin Sapp "One Thing"
From the CD "Diary Of A Psalmist" - Billboard Gospel Albums Chart: #6 (2003)

7. Best Contemporary Female - Yolanda Adams "Open My Heart"
Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Chart: #8 (2000)

8. Best Contemporary Duo - Bebe and Cece "Heaven"
Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles Chart: #12 (1988)

9. Best Traditional Choir - Ricky Dillard & New G "God Is Great"
Billboard Hot Gospel Songs Chart: #10 (2011)

10. Best Female Vocalist - Tramaine Hawkins "Changed"
From the Walter Hawkins' LP "Love Alive" - Billboard Spiritual Albums Chart: #1 (1975)

11. Best Traditional Male Vocalist - Rance Allen "Something About The Name Jesus"
From the CD "The Live Experience" - Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: #11 (2004)

12. Best Traditional Female Vocalist - Shirley Caesar "You're Next In Line For A Miracle"
From the CD "A Miracle in Harlem" - Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: #5 (1997)

13. Best Praise & Worship - Shekinah Glory "Praise Is What I Do"
From the CD "Praise Is What I Do" - Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: #5 (2002)

14. Thomas Dorsey Tribute - Andrae Crouch "We Are Not Ashamed"
From the CD "Finally" - Billboard Top Gospel Albums Chart: N/A (1982)

15. Rev. James Cleveland Tribute - Walter Hawkins "Going Up Yonder"
From the Walter Hawkins' LP "Love Alive" - Billboard Spiritual Albums Chart: #1 (1975) 

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