BMI Stars Honored at Christian Country Awards

Posted in News on December 7, 2003
BMI songwriters and artists led the way at the 9th Annual Christian Country Music Awards, held at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville (11/6). Song of the Year accolades went to Doug Johnson for writing (with Kim Williams) "Three Wooden Crosses," a #1 hit for Randy Travis. "Three Wooden Crosses" was also named Song of the Year at the CMA Awards the previous night and at NSAI's annual Songwriter Achievement ceremony earlier in the week.

Del Way

Doug Johnson

Paula Slow

The Male Vocalist trophy was handed to Del Way, with Paula Slow taking Female Vocalist. Nashville Star winner Buddy Jewell and Lisa Ryan of the "700 Club" hosted the evening, which included performances and presentations by Sherri� Austin, George Jones, LaVerne Tripp and the Fox Brothers.

BMI congratulates the following 2003 Christian Country Music Award winners:

Song of the Year
"Three Wooden Crosses"
Doug Johnson

Male Vocalist
Del Way

Female Vocalist
Paula Slow

Vocal Duo of the Year
Twice Robin

Vocal Group of the Year
Fox Brothers

Trio of the Year
Jeff Treece Band

New Artist of the Year
Glenn Kearney

Music Evangelist of the Year


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