For King & Country racked up triple wins during Friday night’s (June 3) broadcast of the 9th Annual K-Love Fan Awards. The duo took home Artist of the Year, Song of the Year, and Group/Duo of the Year honors during the ceremony, which was originally taped live in front of a sold-out crowd at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry on May 29.
Newcomer Anne Wilson received two awards for Female Artist of the Year and Breakout Single of the Year (“My Jesus”), while Matthew West was named Male Artist of the Year during the special evening.
Other winners included Katy Nichole‘s first K-Love Fan Award nomination and win for Worship Song of the Year (“In Jesus Name (God Of Possible)),” and Sadie Robertson Huff‘s win for the first-ever Podcast of the Year Award for Whoa That’s Good.
Collaborative performances took place throughout the evening from Blanca with Dante Bowe, CeCe Winans with Lauren Daigle, Jonathan Traylor with Jordan Feliz, Kirk Franklin with Maverick City Music, and Riley Clemmons with country star Walker Hayes. Additional performances included Wilson, Cain, Chris Tomlin, Elevation Worship, For King & Country, Nichole, West, Phil Wickham, Tauren Wells, and TobyMac.
West and Wells hosted the show, which capped a weekend of in-person, fan-focused events, including a songwriter’s showcase hosted by Steven Curtis Chapman, and a worship service with Brandon Lake, Pat Barrett and Wickham.
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