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44th Annual Grammy Award Winners
The Gospel Categories

The Grammy AwardThe 44th Annual Grammy Award winners were broadcast live on Feb. 27, 2002 from Los Angeles.

In brief, eligibility was limited to those recordings released during the period of October 1, 2000 through September 30, 2001.

There are three categories specific to Gospel; we list the nominees with winners in each category in yellow.



Love Is Live CDBest Gospel Choir Or Chorus Album

  • O'landa Draper's Associates; All About Him (Jesus); MCG
  • Chicago Mass Choir; Calling On You; New Haven
  • Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir; Light Of The World; M20
  • LFT Church Choir; Love Is Live!; Verity
  • Bishop TD Jakes and the Potter's House Mass Choir; The Storm Is Over Now; Dexterity Sound / EMI Gospel

    Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album

  • Fred Hammond; In Case You Missed It And Then Some; Verity
  • Yolanda Adams; The Experience; Elektra
  • Tramaine Hawkins; Still Tramaine; GospoCentric
  • Angie Winans; Melodies from the Heart; Against The Flow
  • Kim Burrell; Live In Concert; Tommy Boy Gospel

    Blind Boys CD Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album

  • Blind Boys of Alabama; Spirit of the Century; Real World
  • Shirley Caesar; Hymns; Word
  • New Life Community Choir f/ John P. Kee; Not Guilty...The Experience; Verity
  • Dottie Peoples; Show Up & Show Out; AIR Gospel
  • Richard Smallwood with Vision; Persuaded...Live in DC; Verity


    Additionally, CeCe Winans won in the Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album category, for her self-titled project.



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