The City Harmonic and Ben Cantelon honoured at Canadian national awards
The City Harmonic and Ben Cantelon were recently honoured at the 34th Annual GMA Canada Covenant Awards ...
Integrity Music artists The City Harmonic and Ben Cantelon were recently honoured at the 34th Annual GMA Canada Covenant Awards, the national awards ceremony celebrating the best of Canadian Gospel music.
Last year, The City Harmonic (right) won three Covenant Awards in the categories of New Artist of the Year, Recorded Song of the Year and Modern Worship Song of the Year, the latter two for their break-out song and radio favorite Manifesto.
This year, the band, which was also nominated for a GMA Dove Award for New Artist of the Year in the US added the category of Praise & Worship Song of the Year to their list of Covenant wins, taking home an Award for their song I Have A Dream (Feels Like Home) from their critically-acclaimed album of the same name. The band is currently headlining the I Have A Dream Fall 2012 national US tour and was unable to attend the awards ceremony.
Ben Cantelon (left), a native of Canada who is now working at London's Worship Central, took home his first Covenant Award for Modern Worship Album of the Year for his full-length debut, Everything In Color. In addition, Cantelon performed at the Awards ceremony, which was filmed for broadcast on Crossroads Television System (CTS TV).
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