SESAC named Jason Ingram Christian Songwriter of the Year at ceremonies held last night (March 5) at Hillwood Country Club in Nashville. Sony/ATV Timber Publishing was honored as SESAC’s Christian Publisher of the Year. The awards recognize activity for songwriters and publishers in 2012.
Ingram continued to impress with his profound and prolific work in 2012 with hits “All For You” by Mikeschair, “Forever Reigh” by One Sonic Society, “Good To Be Alive” by Jason Gray, “Our God’s Alive” by Andy Cherry, “White Flag” by Passion (featuring Chris Tomlin) and “You Are I Am” by MercyMe.
Other SESAC award winners included Christian songsmiths Cary Barlowe, Timothy Skipper, Juan Otero, Jamie Grace and more.
Songwriter Seth Mosley stood out during the evening festivities, taking home an impressive 12 performance awards for songs “All Things Possible” by Mikeschair, “Fighter” by Manafest and “Outta My Mind” by Anthem Light, among others.
Several acclaimed artists took the stage to offer performances including cutting-edge group Capital Kings, Mark Shultz singing the award winning “All Things Possible,” and Plumb offering new single, “Need You Now (How Many Times).”
SESAC also took the opportunity to salute the No. 1 songs that topped Billboard’s Christian charts in 2012. Over 30 songs were acknowledged at the awards dinner which was hosted by SESAC’s Tim Fink and John Mullins.
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