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CAIN, consisting of left to right, Madison Cain Johnson, Taylor Cain Matz and Logan Cain, will host the K-LOVE Fan Awards. [COURTESY PHOTO]

Hartselle trio to host K-LOVE Fan Awards

By Catherine Godbey  

For the Enquirer 

The Christian music trio CAIN, originally from Hartselle, will host this year’s K-LOVE Fan Awards in May at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. 

In 2011, CAIN, consisting of siblings Taylor, Madison and Logan Cain, won K-LOVE’s Breakout Single Award for the single “Rise Up.” Last year, the band was nominated for Group or Duo of the Year and Song of the Year for “The Commission.” 

The group is currently on its first headlining tour. The tour will culminate in Birmingham on May 6 at the BJCC Concert Hall. Tickets to the 7 p.m. Birmingham show start at $11. 

 

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