Gayla's Awards

Gayla says:
"I have received much recognition for my dedication in spreading the Word of God through my talents and God has blessed me greatly. By being a willing vessel, He has made me able and I give Him all the praise and glory. He has rewarded me with a wonderful family that I love beyond words, and I know that the greatest blessing of all is still yet to come---ETERNAL LIFE!!"

  • Gayla Earlene's Awards:

  • 2013

  • Top 20 Song, “Please Take A Message”

  • 2011

  • AgapeFest, songwriter of the year award, nominee

  • #1 Song, “Wherever”

  • 2010

  • ICGMA, Female Vocalist of the year award

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  • 2009

  • AgapeFest award for "Setting A Standard Of Excellence in Music"

  • CCMA, Living Legend nominee

  • ICGMA, Female Vocalist, Entertainer, Song, & Band of the Year nominee

  • CMHOF, Visionary Award nominee

  • #1 Christmas Song, “All Through The Year”

  • 2008

  • #1 song, "I'd Be A Fool"

  • ICGMA Female Vocalist of the Year

  • Montclair Who's Who Member Among America's Most Accomplished Women

  • #1 Song, "Rebel With a Cause"

  • 2007 ICGMA Band of the Year, Pure Country

  • Agape Fest Female Songwriter of the Year

  • Agape Fest Female Pioneer Award

  • #1 Song,"Your Love"

  • #1 Song, "Bible Billy"

  • 2006

  • CGC Female Vocalist, Silver Award Winner

  • TIMA Entertainer of the Year

  • King Country Radio- Choice Award

  • #1 Song, "Poor Little Rich Girl,"

  • ICGMA Band of the Year

  • ICGMA Induction into Country Gospel Hall of Fame Award

  • CCMA nominee for Entertainer & Female Vocalist of the Year

  • 2005

  • King Country Radio Female Vocalist of the Year

  • ICGMA Band of the Year

  • CGC Female Vocalist of the Year

  • CGC Songwriter of the Year

  • #1 song, "Catch It In A Bucket"

  • 2004

  • Airplay International Female Artist of the Year

  • CGMG Band of the Year

  • ICGMA Band of the Year

  • #1 Song, "Thank You Lord"

  • CGC Female Vocalist of the Year

  • CGC Songwriter of the Year

  • CGC Song of the Year, "Thank You, Lord"

  • 2003

  • CGC Female Vocalist of the Year Artist Achievement

  • CGC Album Design, Broken Pieces Artist Achievement

  • CGC Songwriter nominee Artist Achievement

  • CGC Song of the year nominee Artist Achievement

  • ESA "Diana" Humanitarian Award, the town of Inola, OK

  • #1 song, "I Didn't Know I Never Knew"

  • ICGMA Female Vocalist of the Year

  • Airplay International Christian Artist of the Year

  • CCMA Female Vocalist of the Year nominee

  • 2002

  • CCMA Female Vocalist of the Year

  • CCMA Female Vocalist, Entertainer, Song & Songwriter nominee

  • ICGMA Entertainer of the Year

  • CGMG Entertainer and Songwriter of the Year

  • TIMA Songwriter of the Year

  • ​2001

  • CCMA Nominated Female Vocalist of the Year

  • #1 Song for, "7/24/365"

  • #1 Song, "Broken Pieces"

  • 2000

  • #1 Song for, "When Grandma Prayed"

  • CGMG Female Vocalist of the Year

  • CGMG Female Entertainer, Country Personality, Songwriter, Song & Album of the Year nominee

  • TIMA Female Vocalist of the Year

  • ICGMA Gold Cross Female Artist of the Year

  • ICGMA Gold Cross Female Vocalist of the Year

  • ICGMA Songwriter, Album & Song of the year nominee

  • ICGMA Top 80 Radio Achievement Award

  • CCMA Female Vocalist of the Year nominee

  • #1 Song, "Who Moved?"

  • 1999

  • CCMA Female Vocalist of the year

  • CCMA Entertainer of the year nominee

  • #1 Song, "City Girl"

  • #1 Song, "The Door"

  • CGMG Female Songwriter of the year

  • Female Artist of the year, Christian Country with Lin Butler Video and Radio Show Awards

  • ICGMA Female Horizon Artist of the Decade Awards

  • CGMG Female Entertainer, Female Vocalist, Female Songwriter of the year, nominee

  • TIMA Female Vocalist of the year, nominee TIMA

  • TIMA newcomer of the year

  • TAM (The Associated Media) Female Vocalist of the year, nominee

  • ICGMA Gold Cross newcomer of the year

  • CGMA Silver Heart, Entertainer of the year

  • CGMA Silver Heart, Female Vocalist of the year

  • 1998

  • #1 Song, "Broken By The Blood"

  • CGMG Entertainer of the year, nominee

  • CGMA Female Vocalist of the year

  • 1997

  • CGMA Songwriter of the year

  • CGMA Silver Heart, Female Vocalist of the year

  • 1994

  • GPGSN Band of the year nominee

  • GPGSN Female vocalist of the year nominee