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Nominees and Performers Revealed for the Inaugural K-Love Fan-Voted Awards

KLOVE-Fan AwardK-LOVE is bringing the first-ever fan-voted award show in Christian music history to Nashville next month and encouraging fans to vote for their favorite nominees at klovefanawards.com or on Facebook.

The K-LOVE Fan Awards will be held on Saturday, June 1, at 7:30 p.m. at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. Throughout this month, fans can vote for their favorite nominees in categories celebrating artists, athletes, authors and entertainers who, with excellence, engage and impact popular culture for Jesus Christ.

Nominees were determined by K-LOVE with consideration given to airplay, spins, impact and overall performance. Winners are solely determined by fan vote online and will be announced at the awards show hosted by the stars from A&E TV’s popular show Duck Dynasty, Phil and Kay Robertson and Jase and Missy Robertson.

Slated to perform at the awards show are more than two dozen big name artists, including TobyMac, MercyMe, Amy Grant, Third Day, Newsboys, Casting Crowns, Steven Curtis Chapman, Matthew West and many more.

Sponsoring the K-LOVE Fan Awards is Pepsi MidAmerica, and the official charity sponsor is World Vision.

For the complete list of nominees in each category, click here.

Published: May 9, 2013

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