Denver band Gungor earns Grammy nomination

Den­ver-based band Gun­gor earned its third Gram­my Award nom­i­na­tion in two years when “Ghosts Upon the Earth,” was nom­i­nat­ed for Best Con­tem­po­rary Chris­tian Music Album last night by the Record­ing Acad­e­my.

Michael Gun­gor and his wife Lisa will go up again­st Chris­tian main­stay artists Chris Tom­lin (“And If Our God Is For Us”), Bran­don Heath (“Leav­ing Eden”), Lee­land (“The Great Awak­en­ing”), Man­disa (“What If We Were Real”) and new artists Roy­al Tay­lor (“Black & White”).

Here’s a link to all the nom­i­nees. Chris­tian rock is under the Gospel head­ing (No. 11) and includes just five cat­e­gories, which is a shame since Chris­tian music, includes heavy met­al, rock, gospel, rap, hip-hop and all the “reg­u­lar” gen­res.

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One Response to Denver band Gungor earns Grammy nomination

  1. Basebelle says:

    Amaz­ing group!  You should have won the Gram­my for such a unique and cre­ative approach!

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