Best Of The 2010s: The Nominees

Best Of The 2010s: The Nominees

Over the past couple of weeks, the MusicScribe staff has diligently reviewed the music of the past ten years (2010-2019) and distilled it down to 12 categories representing the very Best Of The 2010s. Congratulations to the nominees!

Our top selections for each category will be announced in a series of articles in the coming days, so stay tuned!


Song Of The 2010s

  • “Amazing God” – Triumphant Quartet
  • “Battle Cry” – The Kingsmen
  • “Beat Up Bible” – Down East Boys
  • “Chain Breaker” – Triumphant Quartet
  • “Christ, My Hope, My Glory” – High Road with Jason Crabb
  • “Even Me” – Triumphant
  • “Finish Well” – Karen Peck & New River
  • “From Dust To Glory” – The McKameys
  • “God Doesn’t Care” – Greater Vision
  • “Going There” – Triumphant Quartet
  • “He’s Alive” – The Browders
  • “I Get Down” – Gold City
  • “If You Knew Him” – Perrys
  • “Life Is Good” – The Hoppers
  • “Living In Harmony” – Triumphant
  • “Long Live The King” – The Old Paths
  • “Never Walk Alone” – Brian Free & Assurance
  • “On The Banks Of The Promised Land” – Karen Peck and New River
  • “One Holy Lamb” – Tribute Quartet
  • “Please Forgive Me” – Gaither Vocal Band
  • “Your Ways Are Higher Than Mine” – Collingsworth Family
  • “We Will Stand Our Ground” – Kingdom Heirs
  • “When The Prodigal Comes Home” – Tribute Quartet
  • “Yes, I Am” – The Kingsmen

Album Of The 2010s

  • Battle Cry – Kingsmen
  • Don’t Wanna Miss This – Cana’s Voice
  • Fanny Crosby: Newly Discovered Hymns & Songs – Various Artists
  • For All He’s Done – Greater Vision
  • God Has Provided – Mark Trammell Quartet
  • Greatly Blessed – Gaither Vocal Band
  • Hymn Revival – Gold City
  • Hymns: The A Capella Sessions – Nelons
  • Life Is Good – Hoppers
  • Living In Harmony – Triumphant Quartet
  • Part of the Family – Collingsworth Family
  • Resurrection – Joseph Habedank
  • Some People Change – Michael English
  • Thankful – Triumphant Quartet
  • Ultimate Blackwood Brothers Collection – Blackwood Brothers
  • We Will Stand Our Ground – Kingdom Heirs
  • Your Walk Talks – Mark Trammell Quartet
  • Redeeming the Time – Kingdom Heirs
  • Revival – Karen Peck & New River
  • Yes – Triumphant

Concept Video Of The 2010s

  • “Amazing Grace” – Collingsworth Family
  • “Are You Jesus” – Nelons
  • “Ask Me Why” – Legacy Five
  • “Circuit Rider” – William Lee Golden & Russ Taff
  • “Everywhere I Go” – 3 Heath Brothers
  • “Give Me Jesus” – Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
  • “Glorious God” – Lauren Talley
  • “Goodbye World, Goodbye” – Penny Loafers
  • “Hallelujah” – The Nelons
  • “Hallelujah Band” – Gaither Vocal Band
  • “Hope For All Nations” – Karen Peck & New River
  • “I Wish We’d All Been Ready” – The Hoppers
  • “It’s About The Cross” – The Ball Brothers
  • “Love Is The Golden Rule” – Michael English
  • “Reach The World” – Avenue Trio
  • “She Still Remembers Jesus’ Name” – Booth Brothers
  • “Sometimes He Whispers” – Jay Parrack & Vocal Event
  • “The People In The Line” – The Talleys
  • “Up On This Ridge” – Channing Eleton
  • “What’s Not To Love”- Mark Lowry with the Gaither Vocal Band

Group Of The 2010s

  • Ball Brothers
  • Booth Brothers
  • Cana’s Voice
  • Collingsworth Family
  • Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
  • Gaither Vocal Band
  • Hoppers
  • Karen Peck & New River
  • Kingdom Heirs
  • Kingsmen
  • Mark Trammell Quartet
  • Nelons
  • Old Paths
  • Perrys
  • Sisters
  • Triumphant

Musician Of The 2010s

  • Becky Isaacs
  • Channing Eleton
  • Chris Golden
  • Corey Pearson
  • David Johnson
  • Dennis Murphy
  • Gordon Mote
  • Jason Webb
  • Jeff Stice
  • Jeremy Medkiff
  • Josh Singletary
  • Josh Townsend
  • Kim Collingsworth
  • Matthew Holt
  • Randy Shelnut, Sr.
  • Ricky Free
  • Trey Ivey
  • Woody Wright

Singer Of The 2010s

  • Amber Nelon Kistler
  • Arthur Rice
  • Becky Isaacs
  • Clayton Inman
  • Connie Hopper
  • Courtney Collingsworth Metz
  • Jeff Chapman
  • Jon Epley
  • Joseph Habedank
  • Kim Hopper
  • Lauren Talley
  • Mark Trammell
  • Pat Barker
  • Riley Harrison Clark
  • Scott Inman
  • Taranda Greene
  • Tim Rackley
  • Wes Hampton

Songwriter Of The 2010s

  • Dianne Wilkinson
  • Jason Cox
  • Joel Lindsey
  • Joseph Habedank
  • Kenna Turner West
  • Lee Black
  • Mark Bishop
  • Michael Boggs
  • Rachel McCutcheon
  • Rodney Griffin
  • Scott Inman
  • Sue C. Smith
  • Woody Wright

Record Producer Of The 2010s

  • Ben Isaacs
  • Cody McVey
  • Danny Riley
  • Dottie Leonard Miller
  • Garry Jones
  • Gordon Mote
  • Jeff Collins
  • Lari Goss
  • Michael English
  • Michael Sykes
  • Tim Surrett
  • Trey Ivey
  • Roger Talley
  • Wayne Haun

Social Media Presence Of The 2010s

  • Ann Downing
  • Ball Brothers
  • Collingsworth Family
  • Danny Jones
  • Dianne Wilkinson
  • Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
  • Karen Peck Gooch
  • Kelly Nelon Clark
  • Lauren Talley
  • Legacy Five
  • Mark Bishop
  • National Quartet Convention
  • The Sound
  • Triumphant

Concert Event Of The 2010s

  • Brotherhood Tour
  • Gaither Homecoming Tour
  • Gaither Vocal Band Reunion Live
  • Gerald Wolfe Hymn Sing
  • Grand Ole Gospel Reunion
  • Jubilee
  • Memphis Quartet Show
  • National Quartet Convention
  • Singing At Sea
  • Singing in the Smokies
  • Singing In The Sun
  • Traveling version of NQC to multiple cities/NQC Spring Break

Impact Of The 2010s (taking Southern Gospel to new audiences and/or mission work)

  • Ball Brothers
  • Bill & Gloria Gaither – Gaither Gospel Hour
  • Booth Brothers
  • Chad McCloskey – Smilin’
  • Collingsworth Family
  • Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
  • Gaither Vocal Band
  • Idaho’s Liberty Quartet
  • Isaacs
  • Jason Crabb
  • Karen Peck & New River
  • Kingdom Heirs – Dollywood presence
  • Oak Ridge Boys
  • Russ Taff – I Still Believe theatrical event
  • Triumphant – Dove Awards/People Magazine feature

Tell It Like It Is Of The 2010s (most outspoken artist)

  • Bob Sellers
  • Gerald Wolfe
  • John Rulapaugh
  • Kelly Nelon Clark
  • Lauren Talley
  • Mark Lowry
  • Mark Trammell
  • McCray Dove
  • Michael Booth
  • Pat Barker
  • Scott Fowler
  • Woody Wright

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David Bruce Murray

David Bruce Murray is a church music director in Ellenboro, NC. He is the author of Murray's Encyclopedia Of Southern Gospel Music and the owner of both SGHistory.com and MusicScribe.com. David plays piano for Southern Sounds Quartet and the Foothills Community Choir.

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  1. Reply February 09, 10:59 #1 memeduke49

    Where’s the Erwins


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