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VIDEO: For King & Country, MercyMe, Lauren Daigle honored at K-LOVE Fan Awards

Brandon Lake, for King & Country, Lauren Daigle and MercyMe were among the evening’s big winners when the K-LOVE Fan Awards aired on TBN, having previously been taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House. The ceremony will be rebroadcast on June 10. You an watch the program video below.

Lake led this year’s winners, taking home three honors, including best male artist. He also earned song of the year and worship song of the year honors, both for “Gratitude.” Sibling duo for King & Country earned artist of the year, while Daigle took home female artist of the year, and MercyMe earned it first K-LOVE Fan Award for group of the year.

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The evening also featured an array of powerful performances, as Colton Dixon was joined by Gabby Barrett for their duet “Build a Boat.” A plethora of collaborations filled the evening, including MercyMe with David Leonard on “Then Christ Came,” Katy Nichole and Big Daddy Weave on “God Is in This Story.” Lake teamed with Benjamin William Hastings for “Gratitude,” while Mac Powell and Jason Crabb performed “New Creation.” Tasha Layton offered “How Far,” while Jon Reddick performed “I Believe It.”

In one of the evening’s most memorable moments, Blessing Offor had students from Nashville’s Covenant School join him for a performance of Offor’s “Brighter Days.” Steven Curtis Chapman, who was inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2018, was honored for his lengthy history of enduring songs, as he was joined by Bart Millard, Matthew West and Mac Powell.

The full list of winners includes:

Artist of the Year
for King & Country

Male artist
Brandon Lake

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Lauren Daigle

Female artist
Lauren Daigle

Group of the year

Worship song of the year
Brandon Lake, “Gratitude”

Song of the year
Brandon Lake, “Gratitude”

Breakout single
“Perfectly Loved”, Rachael Lampa/TobyMac

Film and television impact
“The Chosen: Season Three Finale

Book impact
“On Our Knees: Phil Wickham

Podcast impact
“Unashamed” Phil and Jase Robertson

You can watch the entire show below:

–Dwight Widaman | Metro Voice

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