Grammys: Third Day, Houghton, Crabb, Headley and more

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Israel Houghton won a Gram­my Award on Sun­day for Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album with his “The Pow­er of One” CD. Pho­to by Eliza Marie Somers.

Third Day took home a Gram­my Award on Sun­day when the Atlanta-based band won the Best Rock or Rap Gospel Album for its “Live Rev­e­la­tions” CD.

Israel Houghton
won a Gram­my for Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album with “The Pow­er of One” CD.

Jason Crabb’s self-titled CD grabbed the Gram­my for Best Southern/Country/Bluegrass Album. A huge hon­or for his first solo effort.

In Best Tra­di­tion­al Gospel Album cat­e­go­ry, a com­pi­la­tion of artists took the Gram­my with “Oh Hap­py Day.” And the best Gospel Per­for­mance Gram­my went to Don­nie McClurk­in and Karen Clark Sheard for “Wait on the Lord.”

Heather Headley’s
“Audi­ence of One” snagged the award for Best Con­tem­po­rary R&B Gospel Album. 

Best Gospel Song was “God In Me,” writ­ten by Eri­ca Camp­bell, Tina Camp­bell & War­ryn Camp­bell and per­formed by Mary Mary. Check out the video.

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