Following are this year's winners at the 36th Annual GMA Awards held Wednesday, April 13, 2005 in Nashville, Tenn.  The ceremony will be televised in national syndication during the month of June.  Check www.doveawards.com for the list of stations, broadcast dates and times which will be announced soon.

Song of the Year
"Who Am I"; Mark Hall; Club Zoo Music (BMI), SWECS Music (BMI)

Songwriter of the Year
Mark Hall

Male Vocalist of the Year
Jeremy Camp

Female Vocalist of the Year
Nicole C. Mullen

Group of the Year
Casting Crowns

Artist of the Year
Switchfoot

New Artist of the Year
Building 429

Producer of the Year
Ed Cash

Rap/Hip Hop Recorded Song of the Year
“Hittin’ Curves”; Dichotomy A; Grits; Teron Carter, Stacy Jones, Otto Price, S. Moss; Gotee Records

Modern Rock Recorded Song of the Year
“Control”; Reset EP; MuteMath; Paul Meany, Darren King, Adam LeClave; Teleprompt Records/Word Records

Rock Recorded Song of the Year
“Stay”; Stay; Jeremy Camp; Jeremy Camp; BEC Recordings

Rock/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
“Dare You to Move”; The Beautiful Letdown; Switchfoot; Jonathan Foreman, Sparrow Records

Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year
“Who Am I”; Casting Crowns; Casting Crowns; Mark Hall; Beach Street Records/Reunion Records

Inspirational Recorded Song of the Year
“Voice of Truth”; Casting Crowns; Casting Crowns; Mark Hall, Steven Curtis Chapman; Beach Street Records/Reunion Records

Southern Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
“He Came Looking for Me”; Driven; Crabb Family; Gerald Crabb; Daywind Records

Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year
“Heroes”; Heroes; The Isaacs; Rebecca Isaacs Bowman, Sonya Isaacs; Gaither Music

Country Recorded Song of the Year
“Forever”; Driven; The Crabb Family; Jason Crabb, Gerald Crabb; Daywind Records

Urban Recorded Song of the Year
“You Don’t Know”; I Owe You; Kierra Kiki Sheard; Rodney Jerkins, Danny Nixon, Fred Jerkins, LaShawn Daniels, Delisha Thomas; EMI Gospel

Traditional Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
“Through the Fire”; Driven; The Crabb Family featuring Donnie McClurkin; Gerald Crabb; Daywind Records

Contemporary Gospel Recorded Song of the Year
“Again I Say Rejoice”; Live From Another Level; Israel & New Breed; Israel Houghton, Aaron Lindsey; Integrity Gospel

Rap/Hip Hop Album of the Year
Welcome to Diverse City; tobyMac; Toby McKeehan, Christopher Stevens, Paul Meany, Solomon Olds, Joe Baldridge, Jeff Savage, Robert Marvin, Josiah Bell, Max Hsu, Michael Linney; ForeFront Records

Modern Rock Album of the Year
Fight the Tide; Sanctus Real; Tedd T.; Sparrow Records

Rock Album of the Year
Day of Fire; Day of Fire; Scott Humphrey; Essential Records

Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year
Wire; Third Day; Paul Ebersold; Essential Records

Pop/Contemporary Album of the Year
Undone; MercyMe; Pete Kipley; INO Records

Inspirational Album of the Year
Hiding Place; Selah; Jason Kyle, Nicol Sponberg, Allan Hall, Todd Smith; Curb Records

Southern Gospel Album of the Year
Driven; The Crabb Family; Jason Crabb, Adam Crabb, Aaron Crabb, Kelly Bowling, Jerry Yoder; Daywind Records