PROVO Singer-songwriter Cherie Call won five Pearl Awards from the Faith Centered Music Association Saturday, and singer-songwriter-producer Jenny Jordan Frogley earned four.
The awards were handed out during a banquet held Saturday at Brigham Young University.
A pair of awards also went to the women's vocal group One Clear Voice.
LDS composers Merrill Bradshaw and Lawrence Lyon were recognized posthumously for their contributions to both secular and sacred music.
Performers included nominated artists Call, Frogley, One Clear Voice, Jason Deere, Steven Sharp Nelson & Marshall McDonald, and Joshua Creek.
These are this year's Pearl Award winners.
"Savior," One Clear Voice, performed by One Clear Voice (Tammy Simister Robinson, Johanne Frechette Perry, Tanya Barkdull, LaRene Tinney),written by Roger & Melanie Hoffman, arranged by Tammy Simister Robinson, produced by One Clear Voice & Greg Hansen
Devotional Recorded Song
"I Know He Lives," A More Excellent Way: EFY 2005, performed by April Meservy, written by Tyler Castleton & Staci Peters, produced by Tyler Castleton & Staci Peters
Motivational Recorded Song
"Family Tree," Beneath These Stars, performed by Cherie Call, written by Cherie Call, produced by Scott Wiley, Tyler Castleton & Cherie Call
Singer-Songwriter or Folk Recorded Song
"Believe In Him," Believe In Him: Inspiring Music of Youth, performed by Sam Payne, written by Cherie Call, produced by Greg Hansen
Contemporary Inspirational Recorded Song
"Peacegiver," Jenny Jordan Frogley, performed by Jenny Jordan Frogley, written by Jenny Jordan Frogley, produced by Jenny Jordan Frogley
Contemporary Recorded Song
"Build The World," Alex Boye, performed by Alex Boye, written by Alex Boye & Duke Taumoepaua, produced by Dave Johnson
Sacred or Classical Instrumental Recording
"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," The Best of Jenny Oaks Baker, performed by Jenny Oaks Baker, arranged by Kurt Bestor, produced by Kurt Bestor, Tyler Castleton & Kenny Hodges
Inspirational or Contemporary Instrumental Recorded Song
"Say Uncle," Joseph: A Nashvile Tribute to the Prophet, performed by Ryan Shupe & the Rubberband, written by Jason Deere, produced by Jason Deere & Dan Truman
Children's Recorded Song
"Caterpillar Dreams," Signing Times Song, Volumes 7-9, performed by Rachel de Azevedo Coleman, written by Rachel de Azevedo Coleman and Lex de Azevedo, produced by Lex de Azevedo
Holiday Recorded Song
"I Just Knew" Gifts, performed by Cherie Call, written by Cheri Call & Tyler Castleton, produced by Scott Wiley & Tyler Castleton
Then Sings My Soul, Mormon Tabernacle Choir & Orchestra on Temple Square, produced by Mack Wilbert, Craig Jessop, Bruce Leek, & Fred Volger
One Clear Voice, One Clear Voice (Tammy Simister Robinson, Johanne Frechette Perry, Tanya Barkdull, LaRene Tinney), produced by One Clear Voice & Greg Hansen
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