Former KORN Guitarist Performs With RED At DOVE AWARDS; Video Available

Former KORN guitarist Brian "Head" Welch performed with the Grammy-nominated modern rock band RED at the 41st annual GMA (Gospel Music Association) Dove Awards, gospel/Christian music's biggest event, on Wednesday, April 21 at Nashville's historic Grand Ole Opry House (televised nationwide on GMC on Sunday, April 25). Watch video footage of his appearance below.

While the awards are the purpose of the show, music performances definitely shared center stage at the GMA Dove Awards, showcasing some of gospel music's hottest and most diverse artists.

Dove Awards were handed out in 43 categories.

Dove Awards nominations go to recordings released during the eligibility year November 1, 2008 through October 31, 2009 and voted on by the members of the GMA.

About GMA: Founded in 1964, the Gospel Music Association serves as the face and voice for the Christian/gospel music community and is dedicated to exposing, promoting and celebrating the gospel through music of all styles including pop, rock, praise & worship, urban gospel, r&b, hip hop, southern gospel, bluegrass, country and more. The GMA community consists of more than 2,200 members including agents, artists, church leaders, managers, promoters, radio personnel, record company executives, retailers, songwriters and other industry visionaries.


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