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Inaugural GMA Honors announced; Take 6 among Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductees

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The GMA (Gospel Music Association) announced on Tuesday, March 11, that they will launch the inaugural GMA Honors Ceremony on Tuesday, April 29. Several pioneers in Christian music, including Take 6 and Bobby Jones will be celebrated in the ceremony that will be held at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena in Nashville, Tenn.

The GMA Honors Ceremony will celebrates the 2014 GMA Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductees as well as individuals and organizations that are impacting the culture globally both past and present. Brown Bannister, The Gaither Vocal Band, Take 6 and posthumously Rich Mullins who wrote “Awesome God,” into the GMA Gospel Music Hall of Fame.

The first Honors recipients include Ambassador Dr. Bobby Jones, international praise and worship leader Don Moen, tour pastor Michael Guido and world-renowned non-profit organizations Show Hope and World Vision.

Michael W. Smith and Amy Grant are the first performers announced for the ceremony, with additional performers scheduled to be announced later.

Individual or full tables are available for purchase, which includes full dinner service with our honorees and guests. Contact the GMA office at
General admission tickets are also available for purchase by clicking here.

To see the biographical information on the honorees visit Honors and Hall of Fame bios.


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