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Kevin Sorbo presents GMA award Easter Sunday, April 24

Kevin recently attended the Gospel Music Association’s (GMA) 42nd Annual GMA Dove Awards on Wednesday, April 20, during which he presented one of the many awards to gifted musicians. The event, held at the Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia, honored those who “promote and celebrate the Gospel of Jesus Christ through music,” said GMA Chairman of the Board Ed Leonard. “Any audio or video recording with national distribution released during the eligibility period each year is eligible.”

Kevin’s recent Movieguide Award for “Most Inspiring Performance in Movies for 2010” for his role as Ben Walker in the Jenkins Entertainment film, What If…, and his supporting part as Holt Blanchard in the movie, Soul Surfer, in theaters now, contributed to his great demand as a presenter for this important ceremony.

The taped Dove Award broadcast will air on gmc Easter Sunday, April 24, at 7 and 9 p.m., EST.

The 42nd Annual GMA Dove Awards are produced by GMC in association with Encore Entertainment.

See the website for more information: www.doveawards.com.

Here’s Kevin answering a few questions at the exciting event (Gracias for the link, Teresa!):

(Photos of Yvette Nicole Brown and Kevin by Rick Diamond/Getty Images North America;

Video courtesy of pchagnon)

  1. teresa
    April 23, 2011 at 4:37 am

    Jan is a pleasure to help:)

  2. April 23, 2011 at 5:59 pm

    Not bad interview I just wish the questions would have been heard though.

  3. Anne
    April 24, 2011 at 11:41 am

    While my cable system still doesn’t offer GMC, I was glad to see that Kevin had a good time at the Doves. He certainly looked good, judging from the photos. 🙂

    I hope Kevin had a chance to meet some of the performers; including TobyMac, who was mentioned in “What If…” (it’d be cool). I also hope he got to meet the Tuohys, whose story inspired the movie “The Blind Side,” and some of the other presenters.

    The backstage Q&A clip was enjoyable and informative. I’d certainly like to hear more about “Abel’s Field.” After learning more about “A Thousand Tomorrows,” I think Kevin would do well in helping bring another Karen Kingsbury novel to the big screen.

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