GRAMMY AWARDS

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2004 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Southern, Country, or Bluegrass Gospel Album

Always Hear The Harmony: The Gospel Sessions

Englebert Humperdinck, The Blackwood Brothers Quartet (Mark Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., Bill Shaw, Ken Turner, Brad White - pianist), The Jordanaires & The Light Crust Doughboys.

 


1982

Grammy Award

Best Gospel Performance, Traditional

I'm Following You 

Produced by Mark Blackwood

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet 

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., Pat Hoffmaster, Ken Turner, Tommy Fairchild - pianist) 


1981 Grammy Award

Best Gospel Performance, Traditional

The Masters V

The Masters V Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Jake Hess, Rosie Rozell, J. D. Sumner, Hovie Lister - pianist)


1980 Grammy Award

Best Gospel Performance, Traditional

We Come To Worship 

Produced by Mark Blackwood

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., John Cox, Ken Turner ,Tommy Fairchild - pianist)


1979 Grammy Award 

Best Gospel Performance, Traditional

  Lift Up The Name Of Jesus

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., Pat Hoffmaster, Ken Turner, Tommy Fairchild - pianist) 


1978 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Gospel Performance, Traditional

His Amazing Love

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., Pat Hoffmaster, Ken Turner, Tommy Fairchild - pianist) 


1977 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Gospel Performance, Traditional

Bill Gaither Songs by the Blackwood Brothers

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., Pat Hoffmaster, Ken Turner, Tommy Fairchild - pianist) 


1976 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Gospel Performance

Learning to Lean

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., Pat Hoffmaster, Ken Turner, Tommy Fairchild - pianist) 


1974 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Gospel Performance

There He Goes

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood, Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood, Jr., Pat Hoffmaster, Ken Turner, Tommy Fairchild - pianist, Billy Blackwood - drums)


1973 Grammy Award 

Best Gospel Performance

Release Me (From My Sin)

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr.,  Bill Shaw, Ken Turner, Tommy Fairchild - pianist)


1972 Grammy Award 

Best Gospel Performance

L-O-V-E

Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., Bill Shaw, London Parris, Tony Brown - pianist) 


1971 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Gospel Performance

He's Still the King of Kings (and Lord of Lords)

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, James Blackwood Jr., Bill Shaw, London Parris, Billy Blackwood - drums, Tony Brown - pianist, Larry Davis - bass guitar) 


1969 Grammy Award 

Best Gospel Performance

In Gospel Country

Porter Wagoner & The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood,  Bill Shaw, London Parris, Dave Weston - pianist)  


1968 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Gospel Performance

Yours Faithfully

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood,  Bill Shaw, London Parris, Dave Weston - pianist)  


1967 Grammy Award 

Best Gospel Performance

More Grand Old Gospel

Porter Wagoner & The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood,  Bill Shaw, John Hall, Dave Weston - pianist)   


1967 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Gospel Performance

 The Blackwood Brothers Quartet Sings for Joy

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood,  Bill Shaw, John Hall, Dave Weston - pianist)  


1967 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Sacred Performance

Surely Goodness and Mercy

George Beverly Shea with The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood,  Bill Shaw, John Hall, Dave Weston - pianist)  


1966 Grammy Award 

Best Sacred Recording (Musical)

The Grand Old Gospel

Porter Wagoner & The Blackwood Brothers Quartet 

( James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood,  Bill Shaw, John Hall, Dave Weston - pianist)  


1966 Grammy Award Nominee

Best Sacred Recording (Musical)

How Big is God

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, Bill, Shaw, John Hall, Whiten Gleason - pianist)


1965 Grammy Award Nominee

 Best Gospel, Sacred, Inspirational Performance

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet

(James Blackwood Sr., Cecil Blackwood, Bill Shaw, J.D. Sumner, Whitey Gleason - pianist)