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Dove Awards of 2004

The thirty-fifth annual GMA Music Awards were held in 2004 recognizing accomplishments of musicians for the year 2003.

Award recipients

  • Song of the Year
    • "Word of God Speak"; Pete Kipley Bart Millard; Wordspring Music/Songs from the Indigo Room (SESAC), Simpleville Music (ASCAP)
  • Songwriter of the Year
  • Male Vocalist of the Year
  • Female Vocalist of the Year
  • Group of the Year
  • Artist of the Year
  • New Artist of the Year
  • Producer of the Year
  • Southern Gospel Album of the Year
    • The Walk; The Crabb Family; Jason Crabb, Adam Crabb, Aaron Crabb; Daywind Music Group
  • Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year Tie:
    • "The Cross"; The Walk; The Crabb Family; Gerald Crabb; Daywind Music Group
    • "The Promise"; Above It All; The Martins; Brian White, Don Poythress; Spring Hill Music
  • Inspirational Album of the Year
    • Above It All; The Martins; Phil Naish; Spring Hill Music
  • Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Everything To Me”; Testify To Love: The Very Best of Avalon; Avalon; Chad Cates, Sue Smith; Sparrow Records
  • Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year
    • Stacie Orrico; Stacie Orrico; Dallas Austin, Tedd T., Anthony Dent, Harvey Mason Jr., Damon Thomas, Matt Serletic, Sean Hosein, Dane DeViller, Matt Rollings, Mookie; ForeFront Records
  • Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Word of God Speak”; Spoken For; MercyMe; Bart Millard, Pete Kipley; INO
  • Contemporary Gospel Album of the Year (formerly Contemporary Black Gospel)
    • Limited Edition; Smokie Norful; Smokie Norful, Myron Butler; EMI Gospel
  • Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year (formerly Contemporary Black Gospel)
    • “Hallelujah Praise”; Throne Room; CeCe Winans; Cedric Caldwell, Victor Caldwell; Pure Springs Gospel
  • Traditional Gospel Album of the Year (formerly Traditional Black Gospel)
    • CeCe Winans Presents...The Born Again Church Choir; The Born Again Church Choir; Cedric & Victor Caldwell; Pure Springs Gospel
  • Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year (formerly Traditional Black Gospel)
    • “Poor Man Lazarus”; In Bright Mansions; Fisk Jubilee Singers; Jester Hairston; Curb Records
  • Urban Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Dance, Dance, Dance”; Gotta Have Gospel; Mary Mary, Erica Atkins- Campbell, Trecina Atkins-Campbell, Warryn Campbell; Integrity Gospel
  • Country Album of the Year
    • Worship and Faith; Randy Travis; Kyle Lehning; Word Records
  • Country Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Three Wooden Crosses”; Rise and Shine; Randy Travis; Doug Johnson, Kim Williams; Word Records
  • Rock Album of the Year
    • Lose This Life; Tait; Mark Heimermann, Michael Tait, Matt Bronleewe, Chad Chapin; ForeFront Records
  • Rock Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Ammunition”; The Beautiful Letdown; Switchfoot; Jonathan Foreman; Sparrow Records
  • Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year
    • It’s Pronounced Five Two; KJ-52; Todd Collins; Uprok Records
  • Rap/Hip Hop Recorded Song of the Year
    • "Believe"; The Art of Translation; Grits, Jennifer Knapp; Teron Carter, Stacy Jones, Kene Bell, Otto Price; Gotee Records
  • Modern Rock Album of the Year
    • Two Lefts Don’t Make a Right...But Three Do; Relient K; Mark Lee Townsend; Matthew Thiessen; Gotee Records
  • Modern Rock Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Breaking Me Down”; So Much for Substitutes; downhere; Marc Martel, Jason Germain, Glen Lavender; Word Records
  • Instrumental Album of the Year
    • An Acoustic Christmas; Tom Hemby; Tom Hemby; Integrity Music
  • Praise and Worship Album of the Year
    • Offerings II - All I Have to Give; Third Day; Tai Anderson, Brad Avery, David Carr, Mark Lee, Mac Powell, Monroe Jones; Essential Records
  • Children's Music Album of the Year
    • Shout Praises Kids 3; Jeff Sandstrom; Integrity Music
  • Musical of the Year
    • The Wonderful Cross; David Guthrie, Dave Williamson; Word Music
  • Youth/Children's Musical of the Year
    • Noelle, The First; Annette Oden, Dave Noel; Integrity Music
  • Choral Collection of the Year
    • High Praises; Phil Barfoot, Lari Goss; Word Music
  • Special Event Album of the Year
    • !Hero The Rock Opera; Michael Tait, Mark Stuart, Rebecca St. James, T-Bone, Pete Stewart, Grits, John Cooper, Bob Farrell, Matt Hamnitt, Nirva, Paul Wright, Quinlan, Donnie Lewis; Pete Stewart, Eddie DeGarmo, Meaux Records
  • Short Form Music Video of the Year
    • "(There’s Gotta Be) More To Life"; Stacie Orrico; Dave Meyers; Joseph Sassone; Radical Media; ForeFront Records
  • Long Form Music Video of the Year
    • Third Day Live In Concert, The Come Together Tour; Third Day; Carl Diebold; Michael Sacci, Ken Conrad, Brian Mitchell, Terria Saunders, Paul Kerby; Jupiter Project; Essential Records
  • Recorded Music Packaging of the Year
    • !Hero The Rock Opera; Bethany Newman; Bethany Newman; Todd & Jess Ericson, Kenda Benward, Elton Sawyer; Meaux Records
    • Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year
    • “So Many Years, So Many Blessings”; 50th Anniversary; The Lewis Family; Wayne Haun, Cindi Ballard, Belinda Smith; Thoroughbred Records
  • Spanish Language Album of the Year
    • Con Poder - Salvador; Carlos Sosa; Word Records
  • Urban Album of the Year
  • Bluegrass Album of the Year
    • Wondrous Love; Blue Highway; Alan O’Bryant; Rounder
  • Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
    • “Meant to Live”; The Beautiful Letdown; Switchfoot; Jonathan Foreman, Tim Foreman; Sparrow Records
  • Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year
    • The Beautiful Letdown - Switchfoot; John Fields, Chad Butler, Jerome Fontamillas; Jonathan Foreman, Tim Foreman; Sparrow Records
  • Worship Recorded Song of the Year
    • ”Here I Am to Worship” - Tim Hughes; Kingsway’s Thankyou Music

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