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More performers announced for GMA Honors celebration and Hall of Fame induction

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More names have been released by The GMA Foundation for the first GMA Honors celebration and Hall of Fame induction. The ceremony will take place April 29 at Lipscomb University’s Allen Arena in Nashville, Tenn. Hall of Fame inductee Take 6 will do an exclusive, first ever group performance with all members, past and present, in celebration of their induction and their 25th anniversary.

Special guests scheduled to appear include David Crowder, dc Talk (TobyMac, Michael Tait, Kevin Max), Earnest Pugh, Ellie Bannister Holcomb, Kirk Whalum, Lenny LeBlanc and Steven Curtis Chapman plus previously announced Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith. Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice, talk show host and Fox News commentator will host the program.

GMA recently announced this year’s honorees and Hall of Fame inductees. They include Honors recipients Dr. Bobby Jones, Don Moen, Michael Guido, Show Hope and World Vision. Inductees include Brown Bannister, Gaither Vocal Band, Rich Mullins and Take 6.

“We’re excited about this opportunity to raise awareness for the legacy of Gospel music. Each of these inductees or honorees has made a definitive mark on the fabric of our musical tapestry. While each has different gifts and has contributed in different ways, all of their stories highlight God’s faithfulness. We’ll be able to celebrate this through GMA Honors with some very special friends and truly inspiring performances,” says GMA Executive Director, Jackie Patillo.

Individual tickets or full tables are available for purchase, which include full dinner service with our honorees and guests. Contact the GMA office at service@gospelmusic.org. General admission tickets are also available for purchase online here. To view biographical information on this year’s honorees, visit Honors and Hall of Fame bios here.

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