The Gospel Music Association (GMA) announced today the nominees in 44 categories for the 47th Annual GMA Dove Awards. The awards show will take place on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at Lipscomb University's Allen Arena in Nashville at 6:30 p.m. CST.
|Award Organization||Year||Award Name||Song|
|GMA Dove||2019||Song of the Year||You Say|
|American Music||2019||Favorite Artist - Contemporary Inspirational|
|American Music||2018||Favorite Artist - Contemporary Inspirational|
|American Music||2017||Favorite Artist - Contemporary Inspirational|
|GMA Dove||2015||New Artist of the Year|
Lauren Ashley Daigle is an American contemporary Christian music singer and songwriter from Lafayette, Louisiana. Daigle is signed to the Centricity Music label. Her first full-length album, How Can It Be, was released in April 2015 and went on to achieve Platinum Record status. Daigle was awarded the New Artist of the Year title at the 2015 GMA Dove Awards, with her single "How Can It Be" winning the Song of the Year. The next year, she went on to win Dove Awards for Artist of the Year, Songwriter of the Year, and Best Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year, with her single "Trust in You." Daigle's album How Can It Be was nominated for a 2016 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album; her single "Trust in You" was nominated for a 2017 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song. "You Say" was nominated for the 2019 Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song.
Lauren started singing in her church choir and continued to lead the choir at LSU. She tried out for American Idol in 2010 and 2012 after she was encouraged by her family to compete in the singing competition. She was cut just before the final 24 contestants in 2010, and she did not make it to Hollywood in 2011. She got to the Hollywood round in 2012, but was cut in the first Las Vegas round.
She made her debut on North Point InsideOut's album, Hear, where she recorded "Close" and "You Alone" live at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia. She later appeared on North Point Music's album North Point Beginnings where she recorded "It is Well" in 2015.
Daigle was asked to sing background vocals on an EP for a local band called "The Assemblie" and the EP was briefly the most sold album in the US iTunes Store. After the release of the EP, Centricity Music invited her to attend a workshop. When the singer for the main event at the workshop became ill, she was asked to fill in. This led to her singing on the Jason Gray single "Nothing is Wasted". Centricity Music signed her on the label in 2013.
Her first single, "Light of the World" came from the 2013 album Christmas: Joy To The World, a collection of holiday songs from various Centricity artists. Serving as Daigle's solo introduction to the Christian music scene, the single garnered an initial fan-base and much attention for Daigle. She released the EP How Can It Be in September 2014. That year, Daigle was asked to be a part of the Morning Rises Fall Tour with Aaron Shust and Mikeschair.
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Los Angeles, Calif.: Centricity Music artist Lauren Daigle received top honors as “Artist of the Year” and “Female Artist of the Year” at the 4th Annual K-LOVE Fan Awards.
Los Angeles, Calif.: GRAMMY® nominated female vocalist Lauren Daigle was honored with three nominations for this year’s 4th Annual K-LOVE Fan Awards, including “Artist of the Year,” “Female Artist of the Year,” and “Song of the Year” for her No.