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A huge CONGRATULATIONS to our artists – The Classic Crime, Hawk Nelson, Manafest and Thousand Foot Krutch – nominated last week for the 32nd Annual GMA Canada Covenant Awards!  Each artist received multiple nominations. Tooth & Nail Records and BEC Recordings received 15 total nominations. The Covenant Awards Banquet will take place on October 29th in Calgary Alberta.  For more information on the Covenant Awards and GMA Canada, click here.

ROCK SONG OF THE YEAR
“Forward Motion” – Thousand Foot Krutch (Trevor McNevan, Joel Bruyere, Steve Augustine)
“Solar Powered Life” – The Classic Crime (Matt MacDonald)

ROCK ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Vagabonds – The Classic Crime
Welcome To The Masquerade – Thousand Foot Krutch

RAP/ HIP HOP SONG OF THE YEAR
“No Plan B” – Manafest (Chris Greenwood, Adam Messinger)

RAP/ HIP HOP ALBUM OF THE YEAR

The Chase – Manafest

MODERN ROCK / ALTERNATIVE SONG OF THE YEAR

“Never Enough” – Hawk Nelson (Hawk Nelson – Trevor McNevan)

MODERN ROCK / ALTERNATIVE ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Live Life Loud! – Hawk Nelson

HARD MUSIC SONG OF THE YEAR
“Bring Me To Life” – Thousand Foot Krutch (Trevor McNevan, Joel Bruyere,
Steve Augustine)

RECORDED SONG OF THE YEAR
“No Plan B” – Manafest

GROUP OF THE YEAR
Hawk Nelson
Thousand Foot Krutch

ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Manafest

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

The Chase – Manafest
Welcome To The Masquerade – Thousand Foot Krutch


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