On the back of an album release that topped the charts in Canada, the boys from Hamilton took home “Group of the Year” at the 37th Annual Covenant Awards for the second time in three years. The City Harmonic were also nominated as collaborators in Fresh IE’s “Broken Veil”, winning for both collaboration of the year and “Rap Song of the Year” as a result.
Though unable to attend the awards this year, being on tour the in the United States, Elias had this to say: “We’re incredibly grateful for the support GMA Canada has shown for our little musical troupe over the years, and are humbled by this. It’s amazing to know we have such incredible ministry partners across our beautiful country, and are looking forward to seeing many of you face-to-face in 2016!”
About The City Harmonic
Born out of a movement of diverse churches uniting to serve the poor in the blue-collar steel town of Hamilton, Ontario, The City Harmonic formed in 2009, having led students in worship and mission at these inter-denominational events. Today, the band have scored nine Covenant Awards, a Juno Award and a Dove Award nomination following a string of critically acclaimed albums I Have A Dream (It Feels Like Home), Heart, and most recently We Are which quickly appeared on the iTunes and Billboard charts in multiple countries and features songs like “We Are One”, “Let There Be Light” and “Oh What Love”. The City Harmonic is Elias Dummer, Eric Fusilier, Aaron Powell and Josh Vanderlaan, four worshipers from four small churches singing hymns, psalms, and spiritual songs. All the latest detail on the band, its music and touring can be found at: