Brandon Lake, for King & Country, Lauren Daigle and MercyMe had been among the many night’s large winners on Friday night (June 2), when the Okay-LOVE Fan Awards aired on TBN, having beforehand been taped at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry Home on Could 28.
Lake led this yr’s winners, taking house three honors, together with male artist. He additionally earned music of the yr and worship music of the yr, each for “Gratitude.”
Sibling duo for King & Nation earned artist of the yr, whereas Daigle took house feminine artist of the yr, and MercyMe earned their first Okay-LOVE Fan Award, for group of the yr.
The night additionally featured an array of highly effective performances, as Colton Dixon was joined by Gabby Barrett for his or her duet “Construct a Boat.” A plethora of collaborations stuffed the night, together with MercyMe with David Leonard on “Then Christ Got here,” Katy Nichole and Large Daddy Weave on “God Is in This Story,” Lake teamed with Benjamin William Hastings for “Gratitude,” whereas Mac Powell and Jason Crabb carried out “New Creation.” Tasha Layton provided “How Far,” whereas Jon Reddick carried out “I Imagine It.”
In one of many night’s most affecting moments, Blessing Offor had college students from Nashville’s Covenant Faculty be part of him for a efficiency of Offor’s “Brighter Days.” Steven Curtis Chapman, who was inducted into the Gospel Music Corridor of Fame in 2018, was honored for his prolonged historical past of putting up with songs, as he was joined by Bart Millard, Matthew West and Mac Powell.
See the total checklist of K-LOVE Fan Awards winners for 2023 under:
Artist of the Yr
for KING & COUNTRY
Group of the yr
Worship music of the yr
Track of the yr
Rachael Lampa ft. TobyMac
Movie & tv influence
Season Three Finale
On Our Knees
Phil & Jase Robertson