2017 Grammy Award Nominees: Hillary Scott, Crowder, Kirk Franklin Up for Best Album Awards

(Photo: Reuters/Lucy Nicholson)Gospel artist Kirk Franklin holds his awards for Best Gospel Album and Best Gospel Song "Hello Fear" at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, February 12, 2012.
(Photo: Eric Brown, courtesy of sixstepsrecords )Crowder’s American Prodigal Debuts Top 5 On Top Albums Billboard Chart, October 2016.
(Photo: Joseph Llanes)Hillary Scott poses in new promotional photo for upcoming Christian album, Love Remains, 2016.
(REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood of Lady Antebellum accept the award for Song Of The Year for "Need You Now" at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 13, 2011.
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The 59th annual Grammy Awards nominations have been announced and this year's list features some of Christian music's biggest names.

Along with honoring mainstream artists such as Adele, Beyonce and Justin Bieber with nods on Tuesday, The Recording Academy also recognized singers in the Christian and gospel music industry who've had great success this year.

Among those honored is Centricity Music artist Lauren Daigle who received her second career Grammy nomination for "Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song" for her hit, "Trust in You," off of her award-winning album, How Can It Be.

Crowder's latest album, American Prodigal, also garnered a nomination for the category "Best Contemporary Christian Music Album." The recognition marked his third-consecutive Grammy nomination following his wins for his first solo album, Neon Steeple.

Newcomer Zach Williams also received his first nomination for the No. 1 single "Chain Breaker." His hit song was recognized in the "Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song" category.

Seven-time Grammy Award-winner Hillary Scott of Lady Antebellum released her first Christian album, Love Remains, this year and received nominations in two categories. For "Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song" for her debut single, "Thy Will" and for "Best Contemporary Christian Music Album."

The 2017 Grammy Awards will be hosted by James Corden and broadcast live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017.

The 59th annual Grammy nominees for Christian and gospel albums are listed below: 

Best Gospel Performance/Song

"It's Alright, It's Ok" by Shirley Caesar Featuring Anthony Hamilton

"You're Bigger [Live]" Jekalyn Carr

"Made A Way [Live]" Travis Greene

"God Provides" Tamela Mann

"Better" Hezekiah Walker

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

"Trust In You" Lauren Daigle

"Priceless" For King & Country

"King Of The World" Natalie Grant

"Thy Will" Hillary Scott & The Scott Family

"Chain Breaker" Zach Williams

Best Gospel Album

Listen, Tim Bowman Jr.

Fill This House, Shirley Caesar

A Worshipper's Heart [Live], Todd Dulaney

Losing My Religion, Kirk Franklin

Demonstrate [Live], William Murphy

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

Poets & Saints, All Sons & Daughters

American Prodigal, Crowder

Be One, Natalie Grant

Youth Revival [Live], Hillsong Young & Free

Love Remains. Hillary Scott & The Scott Family

Best Roots Gospel Album

Better Together, Gaither Vocal Band

Nature's Symphony In 432, The Isaacs

Hymns, Joey+Rory

Hymns And Songs Of Inspiration, Gordon Mote

God Don't Never Change: The Songs Of Blind Willie Johnson, (Various Artists); Jeffrey Gaskill, producer

For a complete list of all those in the running for a golden gramophone next year, click here.