Nashville, Tenn. (May 28, 2014) – The 2nd Annual K-LOVE Fan Awards has announced the final batch of award winning performers and presenters to participate in the K-LOVE Fan Awards Show this Sunday, June 1 at the Grand Ole Opry House. Performers include Jeremy Camp, Tenth Avenue North, Matt Maher, Kutless, Colton Dixon, for KING & COUNTRY, Rend Collective and Plumb.
In addition, Michael W. Smith, Britt Nicole, Scott Stapp, Sidewalk Prophets, The Afters, Newsong, Anthem Lights, Best-Selling author Max Lucado, K-LOVE NASCAR Driver Michael McDowell, Carolina Panthers Linebacker Thomas Davis, Charlotte Bobcats Center Cody Zeller and Louie Giglio will join the list of presenters for the K-LOVE Fan Awards Show.
Only a few short days away from the kickoff of the K-LOVE Fan Awards Weekend, World Hope has released their new single, “Hope Can Change Everything” feat. Jeremy Camp, Bart Millard of MercyMe, Matt Maher, Francesca Battistelli, Jamie Grace and Dave Frey of Sidewalk Prophets on iTunes. The song is currently shooting up the iTunes Christian and Gospel Songs Chart, already sitting at No. 3.
The song will be performed at this year’s award show. Proceeds of the single will go towards the Revival of Detroit efforts. To find out more about the Revival of Detroit efforts, visit revivalofdetroit.com.
Download “Hope Can Change Everything” here: http://smarturl.it/worldhope
Voting for the K-LOVE Fan Awards has already exceeded 1.5 million votes, unlocking three new homes to be built for families in need by World Hope. Voting will end this Saturday, May 31 at Midnight EST. To vote, visit: vote.klovefanawards.com.
The K-LOVE Fan Awards will be hosted by Dancing With the Stars® Top 3 Finalist Candace Cameron Bure and ASCAP’s reigning Christian Music Songwriter of the Year Matthew West. Previously announced performers showcase an eclectic mix of talent, including Chris Tomlin, Hillsong UNITED, Steven Curtis Chapman, MercyMe and Francesca Battistelli, Switchfoot, Natalie Grant, Mandisa, Crowder, Casting Crowns, Matthew West, Newsboys, Building 429, Jamie Grace, Big Daddy Weave and Phil Wickham.
Previously announced presenters include CBS College Basketball Analyst Clark Kellogg, Shane Harper of God’s Not Dead, Auburn University Head Football Coach Gus Malzahn, Kari Jobe, New York Times Bestselling author Ann Voskamp and Southeast Christian Church Pastor and author Kyle Idleman.
K-LOVE FAN AWARDS:
The K-LOVE Fan Awards mission is to create a fan experience that celebrates and promotes artists, athletes, authors and entertainers who, with excellence, engage and impact popular culture for Jesus Christ. Last year’s inaugural event included hosts from the A&E TV’s popular show “Duck Dynasty,” Phil & Kay Robertson and Jase & Missy Robertson. For more information on this year’s exciting lineup and award show hosts, visit www.KLOVEFanAwards.com.
K-LOVE FAN AWARDS WEEKEND:
Fans are encouraged to sign up for the exclusive K-LOVE Fan Awards Weekend, which will begin May 30 and run through June 1. With Nashville’s Gaylord Opryland Hotel & Resort as the home base, those who join this Experience will receive tickets to the Awards show, a two-night stay at Opryland, dinner with the K-LOVE staff and friends, a weekend kick-off concert, and access to the K-LOVE Fan Zone, which will include exclusive meet & greets, autograph signings and much more. There are limited spots to the Ultimate Fan Experience and it is slated to sell out. For a full schedule of the weekend, visit:
www.klovefanawards.com/schedule-events. The K-LOVE Fan Awards is a John Sanders LLC/World Hope Event.
K-LOVE plays positive, encouraging contemporary Christian music with a message designed to draw people toward an authentic relationship with God while living out real life in the real world. The radio network has 446 signals in 47 states with an estimated weekly audience of over 13 million. Now with their first-ever Fan Awards, their mission is to create a unique and fun fan experience that celebrates and promotes artists, athletes, authors and entertainers, who, with excellence, engage and impact popular culture for Jesus Christ.