Academy of Country Music Awards (ACMA)

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  • The 48th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 52 - Aired 04/07/2013

  • ACM Presents: Lionel Richie and Friends In Concert

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    Season 1, Episode 51 - Aired 04/13/2012

    The special features duets from Richie’s latest album Tuskegee, out now, along with solo performances. Some of Richie’s greatest hits were performed by today’s hottest artists.

  • The 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards (2012)
  • The 46th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 49 - Aired 04/03/2011

  • ACM Presents Brooks & Dunn: The Last Rodeo

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    Season 1, Episode 48 - Aired 05/23/2010

    Some of Country Music's best come out to Vegas to celebrate the 20 year career of Brooks & Dunn. Performances: Keith Urban - Brand New Man Miranda Lambert - Hillbilly Deluxe George Strait - Boot Scootin' Boogie Kenny Chesney - You're Gonna Miss Me Brad Paisley - My Next Broken Heart Sugarland - Red Dirt Road Jason Aldean - How Long Gone? Reba McEntire - Indian Summer Taylor Swift - Nothin' About You Lady Antebellum with Reba & Ronnie - If You See Him/Her Jennifer Hudson - Believe Carrie Underwood - Neon Moon Darius Rucker - Hard Workin' Man Rascal Flatts - It's Getting Better All The Time Faith Hill - The Long Goodbye Tim McGraw - That Ain't No Way To Go Allstar Jam - Play Something Country Presenters included Taylor Swift, Matthew McConaugher, Miranda Cosgrove, Jennifer Nettles, Maya Angelou and Reba McEntire.

  • The 45th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 47 - Aired 04/18/2010

    Host: Reba McEntireLocation: MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, NVWinners:Entertainer: Carrie UnderwoodMale Vocalist: Brad PaisleyFemale Vocalist: Miranda LambertVocal Group: Lady AntebellumVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Artist: Luke BryanNew Solo: Jake OwenNew Group: GlorianaNew Duo: Joey & RoryAlbum: Revolution - Miranda LambertSingle: "Need You Now" - Lady AntebellumSong: "Need You Now" - Lady AntebellumVocal Event: "Hillbilly Bone" - Blake Shelton and Trace AdkinsMusic Video: "White Liar" - Miranda LambertHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: Montgomery GentryTriple Crown Honoree: Carrie UnderwoodPerformers: Opener - Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, John Fogerty and Charlie Daniels - Travilin' Band Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins - Hillbilly Bone Billy Currington - That's How Country Boys Roll Kenny Chesney - Gone and Ain't Back Yet Laura Bell Bundy - Giddy On Up Toby Keith - Cryin For Me Zac Brown Band - Chicken Fried Taylor Swift with San Diego Glee Club - Hallelujah Gloriana - Wild At Heart Luke Bryan - Do I Joey & Rory - Cheater Cheater Lady Antebellum - American Honey Rascal Flatts - Unstoppable Jason Aldean - Crazy Town Miranda Lambert - House That Built Me Jack Ingram with Dierks Bentley - Barbie Doll Carrie Underwood - Temporary Home Tim McGraw - Still Brad Paisley - Water Brooks & Dunn - My Maria (Fan Voted Last Performance) Reba McEntire - I Keep On Loving You Keith Urban - I'm In Darius Rucker - Forever RoadPresenters: Cher, Faith Hill, Joe Nicols, Lindsay Vonn, LL Cool J, Julianna Hough, Kristen Bell, Eddie Cibrian, Matthew McConaughey, Carrie Underwood, Randy Travis, Josh Duhamel and Reba McEntire.

  • ACM Presents Artist of the Decade All Star Concert Honoring George Strait

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    Season 1, Episode 46 - Aired 05/27/2009

    The Academy of Country Music honors George Strait the "Artist of the Decade" for 2009. Recording artists who will perform at the special honoring George Strait include Dierks Bentley, Brooks & Dunn, Jamie Foxx, Faith Hill, Jack Ingram, Alan Jackson, Jamey Johnson, Toby Keith, Miranda Lambert, Tim McGraw, Martina McBride, Montgomery Gentry, John Rich, LeAnn Rimes, Blake Shelton, Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Keith Urban and Lee Ann Womack. Previous "Artists of the Decade" recepients include Marty Robbins in 1969, Loretta Lynn in 1979, Alabama in 1989 and Garth Brooks in 1999.

  • The 44th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 45 - Aired 04/05/2009

    Host: Reba McEntireLocation: MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, NVWinners:Entertainer: Carrie UnderwoodMale Vocalist: Brad PaisleyFemale Vocalist: Carrie UnderwoodVocal Group: Rascal FlattsVocal Duo: SugarlandNew Artist: Julianne HoughNew Female: Julianne HoughNew Male: Jake OwenNew Group: Zac Brown BandAlbum: Fearless - Taylor SwiftSingle: "You're Gonna Miss This" - Trace AdkinsSong: "In Color" - Jamey JohnsonVocal Event: "Start a Band" - Brad Paisley and Keith UrbanMusic Video: "Waitin' on a Woman" - Brad PaisleyHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: LeAnn RimesCrystal Milestone Award Recepients: Taylor Swift and Jennifer NettlesPerformers: Opener - Brooks & Dunn (Play Something Country), Taylor Swift (Picture to Burn), Sugarland (It Happens), Carrie Underwood (All-American Girl) and Rascal Flatts (Me and My Girl). Toby Keith - God Love Her George Strait - Troubadour Miranda Lambert - Dead Flowers Heidi Newfield - Johnny and June Rascal Flatts - Here Comes Goodbye Sugarland - What I'd Give Taylor Swift - You're Not Sorry Lady Antebellum - I Run To You Miley Cyrus - Climb Jamey Johnson - In Color Reba McEntire - Strange John Rich - Shuttin' Detroit Down Lee Ann Womack - Solitary Thinking Keith Urban - Kiss a Girl Trace Adkins and West Point Glee Club - Til the Last Shots Fired Carrie Underwood - I Told You So Kenny Chesney - Out Last Night Montgomery Gentry - One In Every Crowd Blake Shelton - She Wouldn't Be GonePresenters: Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jamie Foxx, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jack Ingram, Martina McBride, Matthew McConaughey, Marisa Miller, Kellie Pickler, Rascal Flatts, Darius Rucker and Blake Shelton

  • The 43rd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 44 - Aired 05/18/2008

    Host: Reba McEntireLocation: MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, NVWinners:Entertainer: Kenny ChesneyMale Vocalist: Brad PaisleyFemale Vocalist: Carrie UnderwoodVocal Group: Rascal FlattsVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Female: Taylor SwiftNew Male: Jack IngramNew Duo or Group: Lady AntebellumAlbum: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - Miranda LambertSingle: "Stay" - SugarlandSong: "Stay" - SugarlandVocal Event: "Find Out Who Your Friends Are" - Tracy Lawrence with Tim McGraw and Kenny ChesneyMusic Video: "Online" - Brad PaisleyHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: Rascal FlattsCrystal Milestone Award Recepient: Garth BrooksPerformers: Trace Adkins - You're Gonna Miss This Rodney Atkins - Medley Garth Brooks - Medley Brook & Dunn w/ surprise Reba McEntire - Put A Girl In It Kenny Chesney - Better As A Memory Kenny Chesney & George Strait - Shiftwork Montgomery Gentry - Back When I Knew It All Toby Keith - She's A Hottie Miranda Lambert - Gunpowder & Lead Brad Paisley - I'm Still A Guy Kellie Pickler - Dont' You Know You're Beautiful Rascal Flatts - Every Day LeAnn Rimes - Family George Strait - I Saw God Today Sugarland - All I Wanna Do Taylor Swift - Should Have Said No Carrie Underwood - Last Name Keith Urban - Tu Compania Brad Paisley & Carrie Underwood - Make The World Go Away (tribute to Eddy Arnold)Presenters: Criss Angel, Poppy Montgomery, Jason Alexander, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Blake Shelton, Clay Walker, Brad Mates, Randy Owens, John Rich, Jewel, Clint Black, Julianne Hough, Brooks & Dunn, Phil McGraw, Robin McGraw, Trisha Yearwood, Kaley Kuoco, Kimbo Slice, Dwight Yoakam, Karolina Kurkova and Sara Evans

  • The 42nd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 43 - Aired 05/15/2007

    Host: Reba McEntireLocation: MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, NVWinners:Entertainer: Kenny ChesneyMale Vocalist: Brad PaisleyFemale Vocalist: Carrie UnderwoodVocal Group: Rascal FlattsVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Duo or Group: Little Big TownNew Female: Miranda LambertNew Male: Rodney AtkinsAlbum: Some Hearts - Carrie UnderwoodSingle: "Give It Away" - George StraitSong: "Give It Away" - George StraitVocal Event: "Building Bridges" - Brooks & Dunn with Sheryl Crow and Vince GillMusic Video: "Before He Cheats" - Carrie UnderwoodHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: Brooks & DunnPerformers: Rodney Atkins - These Are My People Brooks & Dunn - Hillbilly Deluxe Kenny Chesney - Have Another Beer in Mexico Miranda Lambert - Famous in a Small Town Reba McEntire & Kelly Clarkson - Because of You Tim McGraw - If You're Reading This Brad Paisley - Ticks Rascal Flatts - You Ain't The Leaving Kind George Strait - Wrapped Around Your Finger Sugarland - Everday America Carrie Underwood - Wasted Martina McBride - Anyway Josh Turner - If You Go With Me Taylor Swift - Tim McGraw Toby Keith - High Maintenance Woman Big n Rich w/ John Legend - Lost In This Moment Little Big Town - Alittle More You Jason Aldean - Johnny Cash Faith Hill - I Get Lost Vince Gill - Sweet ThingPresenters: Shania Twain, Tracy Lawrence, Hannah Storm, Justin McBride, Craig Morgan, Chris Young, The Wreckers, Gary Dourdan, Heartland, Brad Gates, Michelle Stafford, Kellie Pickler, Emma Roberts, Carrie Underwood, Phil McGraw, Robin McGraw, Vince Gill, Gretchen Wilson, Cowboy Troy, Terri Clark, Darius Rucker, Rascal Flatts, Gabrille Reese, Montgomery Gentry, Joe Nichols, Blake Shelton, Sara Evans, Eric Szmanda and Luke Wilson.

  • The 41st Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 42 - Aired 05/23/2006

    Host: Reba McEntireLocation: MGM Grand Arena in Las Vegas, NVWinners:Entertainer: Kenny ChesneyMale Vocalist: Keith UrbanFemale Vocalist: Sara EvansVocal Group: Rascal FlattsVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Duo or Group: SugarlandNew Female: Carrie UnderwoodNew Male: Jason AldeanAlbum: Time Well Wasted - Brad PaisleySingle: "Jesus Take The Wheel" - Carrie UnderwoodSong: "Believe" - Brooks & DunnVocal Event: "When I Get Where I'm Going" - Brad Paisley & Dolly PartonMusic Video: "When I Get Where I'm Going" - Brad Paisley & Dolly PartonHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: Vince GillPerformers: Rascal Flatts & Kelly Clarkson - Me and My Gang Carrie Underwood - Jesus Take The Wheel Toby Keith - A Little Too Late Kenny Chesney - Summertime Sugarland - Down in Mississippi Brooks & Dunn w/ Keith Urban - Believe Miranda Lambert - New Strings Martina McBride - Thanks Alot Trace Adkins - Honky Tonk Badonkadonk Big & Rich - November 8 Brad Paisley - The World Dierks Bentley - Settle For A Slowdown Little Big Town - Boondocks Sara Evans - Coalmine Montgomery Gentry Keith Urban - Tonight I Want to Cry Gretchen Wilson Dwight Yoakam, Chris Hillman, Billy Gibbons, Travis Barker and Brad Paisley - Buke Owens TributePresenters: Dr. Phil, Robin McGraw, Kathryn Morris, Craig Ferguson, Emily Procter, Tony Stewart, Blake Shelton, Hannah Storm, Cowboy Troy, Billy Currington, Billy Ray & Miley Cyrus, Lonestar, Jo Dee Messina, Michelle Stafford, The Warren Brothers, Jason Aldean, Craig Morgan, Julie Roberts, John Corbett, Joe Nichols, Phil Vassar, Vince Vaughn and The Wreckers.

  • Academy of Country Music 40th Anniversary Special

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    Season 1, Episode 41 - Aired 12/03/2005

    The 40TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION will honor the Academy's 40 extraordinary years as an organization supporting, promoting and enhancing the advancement of the country music industry worldwide. The two-hour special will look back into the history of the Academy and commemorate the strides the organization has made with a special nod to the Academy's founders, and acknowledge artists who have achieved Academy-related milestones in their careers. The Academy will present its Triple Crown Award, given to artists who have previously won ACM Awards in all three of the following categories: Top New Male/Female Vocalist and/or Duo/Group; Top Male/Female Vocalist and/or Duo/Group; and Entertainer of the Year. Those eligible to be honored for the Triple Crown include Brooks & Dunn, Kenny Chesney, Dixie Chicks, Mickey Gilley, Merle Haggard and Barbara Mandrell. Other Honorees included Reba McEntire (most female vocalist wins), Garth Brooks (most entertainer wins), Alan Jackson (most male vocalist wins), Brooks & Dunn (most Duo wins) and Alabama (most vocal group wins).

  • The 40th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 40 - Aired 05/17/2005

    Host: No Host This YearLocation: Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NVWinners:Entertainer: Kenny ChesneyMale Vocalist: Keith UrbanFemale Vocalist: Gretchen WilsonVocal Group: Rascal FlattsVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Artist: Gretchen WilsonAlbum: Be Here - Keith UrbanSingle: "Live Like You Were Dying" - Tim McGrawSong: "Live Like You Were Dying" - Tim McGrawVocal Event: "Whiskey Lullaby" - Brad Paisley and Alison KraussMusic Video: "Whiskey Lullaby" - Brad Paisley and Alison KraussFresh Face (Fan Voted): Miranda LambertHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: Neal McCoyPioneer Award Recepient: Chris LeDouxPerformers: Gretchen Wilson - Here For The Party Keith Urban - Days Go By Montgomery Gentry - Gone Reba McEntire - My Sister Big & Rich - Big Time Lee Ann Womack - I May Hate Myself In The Morning Kenny Chesney - Anthing But Mine Rascal Flatts - Fast Cars and Freedom Dierks Bentley - Lotta Leaving Left To Do Sara Evans - A Real Fine Place To Start Brad Paisley - Alcohol Brooks & Dunn - Play Something Country Toby Keith - I Ain't As Good As I Once Was (from Iraq) Alan Jackson - Talking Song Repair Blues Faith Hill - Mississippi Girl Tim McGraw - Drugs or Jesus Miranda Lambert - Kerosene Sugarland - Baby GirlPresenters: Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw, NASCAR great Sterling Marlin, Michelle Stafford, Buddy Jewell, Darryl Worley, Deana Carter, Blue Man Group, Cowboy Troy, Terri Clark, Warren Brothers, Emily Proctor, Neal McCoy, Rob Schneider, Josh Gracin, Alison Krauss, Blaine Larsen, Tracy Lawrence, Barbara Mandrell, Garth Brooks, Martina McBride, Reba McEntire, Craig Morgan, Joe Nichols, Jamie O'Neal, Julie Roberts, Josh Turner, Phil Vassar, Sugarland, Trick Pony, Van Zant, Diamond Rio's Marty Roe and Dana Williams, Lonestar's Keech Rainwater and Dean Sams and Sawyer Brown's Mark Miller.

  • The 39th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 39 - Aired 05/26/2004

    Host: Reba McEntireLocation: Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NVWinners:Entertainer: Toby KeithMale Vocalist: Toby KeithFemale Vocalist: Martina McBrideVocal Group: Rascal FlattsVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Artist: Dierks BentleyAlbum: Shock 'n Y'all - Toby KeithSingle: "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" - Alan Jackson and Jimmy BuffetSong: "Three Wooden Crosses" - Randy TravisVocal Event: "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" - Alan Jackson and Jimmy BuffetMusic Video: "Beer for my Horses" - Toby Keith featuring Willie NelsonHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: Martina McBrideGene Weed Award for Special Achievement Recepient: Willie NelsonPioneer Award Recepient: Ray PricePerformers: Montgomery Gentry - If You Ever Stop Loving Me Kenny Chesney & Uncle Kracker - When The Sun Goes Down Brooks & Dunn - That's What It's All About Toby Keith - Whiskey Girl Rascal Flatts - Mayberry Alan Jackson - Remember When Terri Clark - Girls Lie Too Willie Nelson w/ Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney - Stay A Little Longer Martina McBride - How Far George Strait - Desperately LeAnn Rimes w/ Dan Tyminski - It Probably Wouldn't Be That Way Sara Evans - Suds In The Bucket Brad Paisley & Alison Krauss - Whiskey Lullaby Lonestar - Let's Be Us Again Tim McGraw - Live Like You Were Dyin' Loretta Lynn & Vince Gill - Miss Being Mrs. Keith Urban - You'll Think Of Me Gretchen Wilson - Redneck Woman Big & Rich - Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy) Reba McEntire - Somebody Clint Black - Boogie ManPresenters: Randy Travis, Tracy Lawrence, Joe Nichols, Diamond Rio, Kellie Coffey, Trick Pony, The Warren Brothers, Dr. Phil & Robin McGraw, NFL Stars Eddie George & Kevin Carter, Nancy O'Dell, Eric Close, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Sasha Alexander, Michelle Stafford, Karri Turner, Jaci Velasquez, Martina McBride, Kid Rock, Jeff Foxworthy, Cledus T. Judd, Bill Engvall, Lance Burton, Penn & Teller, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Emily Procter, Julie Roberts, Dierks Bentley, Pat Green, Buddy Jewell, Josh Turner, Jimmy Wayne, The Rock, LeAnn Rimes and NASCAR superstar Sterling Marlin

  • The 38th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 38 - Aired 05/21/2003

    Host: Reba McEntireLocation: Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, NVWinners:Entertainer: Toby KeithMale Vocalist: Kenny ChesneyFemale Vocalist: Martina McBrideVocal Group: Rascal FlattsVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Joe NicholsNew Female Artist: Kellie CoffeyNew Duo/Group: Emerson DriveAlbum: Drive - Alan JacksonSingle: "The Good Stuff" - Kenny ChesneySong: "I'm Movin' On" - Rascal FlattsVocal Event: "Mendocino County Line" - Willie Nelson and Lee Ann WomackMusic Video: "Drive" - Alan JacksonHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: LonestarGene Reeves Special Achievement Recepient: George Strait (for 50 #1s)Pioneer Award Recepient: AlabamaPerformers: Wynonna - What The World Needs Now Diamond Rio - I Believe LeAnn Rimes - Waiting Terri Clark - I Just Wanna Be Mad Alabama - Tennessee River Brooks & Dunn - Red Dirt Road Kenny Chesney - Big Star Shania Twain - Forever and For Always Alan Jackson - I Can Hear Toby Keith & Willie Nelson - Beer For My Horses Martina McBride - Concrete Angel George Strait - Medley Rascal Flatts - Love You Out Loud Keith Urban - Raining on Sunday Darryl Worley - Have You Forgotten? Montgomery Gentry - My Town Lonestar - I'm Already There Presenters: Kellie Coffey, Jennifer Hanson, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Joe Nichols, Blake Shelton, Darryl Worley, Emerson Drive, Pinmonkey, Lee Ann Womack, Wayne Newton, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Penn & Teller, Trick Pony, Kerri Turner, Mark Miller, Eric Close, Lance Burton, Bill Engvall, Jake Simpson, Alan Jackson, Tony Stewart, Nancy O'Dell, Pam Tillis, Mark Wills, Cledus T. Judd, Louise Mandrell, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill and Phil Vassar.

  • The 37th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 37 - Aired 05/22/2002

    Host: Reba McEntireLocation: Universal Amphithatre in Los Angeles, CAWinners:Entertainer: Brooks & DunnMale Vocalist: Alan JacksonFemale Vocalist: Martina McBrideVocal Group: LonestarVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Phil VassarNew Female Artist: Carolyn Dawn JohnsonNew Duo/Group: Trick PonyAlbum: O Brother, Where Art Thou? - VariousSingle: "Where Were You" - Alan JacksonSong: "Where Were You" - Alan JacksonVocal Event: "I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow" - Soggy Bottom BoysMusic Video: "Only in America" - Brooks & DunnHome Depot Humanitarian Award Recepient: Reba McEntirePioneer Award Recepient: Ronnie MilsapPerformers: Alan Jackson - Drive Toby Keith - Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue Martina McBride - Where Would You Be? Willie Nelson & Lee Ann Womack - Mendocino County Line George Strait - Living and Living Well Trisha Yearwood - Paint Myself in Corners Brooks & Dunn w/ Sheila E - My Heart Belongs to You Jo Dee Messina - Bring On The Rain Hank Williams Jr - Waylon Jennings Tribute Travis Tritt - Modern Day Bonnie & Clyde Alabama - I Am In The Mood Hank Williams Jr + Kid Rock - The F Word Kenny Chesney - The Good Stuff Sara Evans - Looking For Something More Tim McGraw - UnbrokenPresenters: Lolita Davich, Montgomery Gentry, Clink Black, Jamie O'Neal, Gary Allan, Mark Wills, Greg Martin, Katie Cook, Ty Herndon, Rascal Flatts, Hank Williams Jr, Chely Wright, Buck Owens, Bellamy Brothers, Jessica Andrews, Keith Urban, Nancy O'Dell, Trace Adkins, Tara Lapinski, LeAnn Rimes, Tracy Lawrence, Joe Diffie, Mark Chestnutt, Aaron Tippin, Dean Samms and Diamond Rio.

  • The 36th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 36 - Aired 05/09/2001

    Host: LeAnn RimesLocation: Universal Amphithatre in Los Angeles, CAWinners:Entertainer: Dixie ChicksMale Vocalist: Toby KeithFemale Vocalist: Faith HillVocal Group: Dixie ChicksVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Keith UrbanNew Female Artist: Jamie O'NealNew Duo/Group: Rascal FlattsAlbum: How Do you Like Me Now? - Toby KeithSingle: "I Hope You Dance" - Lee Ann WomackSong: "I Hope You Dance" - Lee Ann WomackVocal Event: "I Hope You Dance" - Lee Ann Womack w/ Sons of the DesertMusic Video: "Goodbye Earl" - Dixie ChicksPioneer Award Recepient: Barbara Mandrell Career Acheivment Recepient: Kenny Rodgers Performers: Jessica Andrews - Who I Am Brooks & Dunn - Something About You Kenny Chesney - Just Don't Happen Twice Diamond Rio - One More Day Billy Gilman - My Girl Alan Jackson - Where I Came From Toby Keith - I'm Talking About Tonight Lonestar - I'm Already There Kenny Rodgers - There You Go Again Jo Dee Messina - Down Time Montgomery Gentry - Couldn't Change Me LeAnn Rimes - Can't Fight The Moonlight / Somewhere Over The Rainbow Brad Paisley - Two People Fell In Love SHeDAISY - Holding Out On You The Warren Brothers w/ Sara Evans - The Beat of a Heart Lee Ann Womack - Why They Call It Falling Dwight Yoakam - Want You To Want MePresenters: Trace Adkins, Gary Allan, Tracy Byrd, Glen Campbell, Mark Chestnutt, Terri Clark, Jane Clayson, Alecia Davis, Jeff Ross, Martie Seidel, Leeza Gibbons, Ty Herndon, The Kinleys, Patty Loveless, Mark Miller, Ronnie Milsap, John Michael Montgomery, Nancy O'Dell, Buck Owens, Patti Page, Collin Raye, Aaron Tippin, Tina Wesson, Bryan White, Erika Page, Lari White, Mark Wills, Dick Clark and Chely Wright.

  • The 35th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 35 - Aired 05/03/2000

    Host: Dolly PartonLocation: Universal Amphithatre in Los Angeles, CAWinners:Entertainer: Shania TwainMale Vocalist: Tim McGrawFemale Vocalist: Faith HillVocal Group: Dixie ChicksVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Brad PaisleyNew Female Artist: Jessica AndrewsNew Duo/Group: Montgomery GentryAlbum: Fly - Dixie ChicksSingle: "Amazed" - LonestarSong: "Amazed" - LonestarVocal Event: "When I Said I Do" - Clint Black w/ List Hartman BlackMusic Video: "Breathe" - Faith HillPioneer Award Receipient: Tammy WynettePerformers: George Straigt w/ Alan Jackson - Murder on Music Row George Jones - Choices Asleep at the Wheel w/ Billy Gilman - Roly Poly Dolly Parton - Things Gonna Be Alright Dolly Parton, Patty Loveless, Martina McBride, Naomi Judd, Wynonna Judd - Stand By Your Man Lonestar - Amazed Gary Allan - Love You Against My Will Chad Brock - Yes Brad Paisley - He Didn't Have To Be Jo Dee Messina - Thats The Way It Is Martina McBride - Loves The Only House Tim McGraw - Somethings Never Change Kenny Chesney - She Thinks My Tractors Sexy Alan Jackson w/ Hank Williams Jr - Hey Baby Jessica Andrews - Unbreakable Heart Julie Reeves - What I Need Shalie Tenison - Just Because Chely Wright - Single White Female Sawyer Brown - In a Perfect World Colin Raye - Without You Toby Keith - How Do You Like Me Now? Reba McEntire - I'll Be Faith Hill w/ Tim McGraw - Lets Make Love Montgomery Gentry - Hillbilly Shows SheDaisy - What This Woman Needs Yankee Gray - All Things Considered Clink Black w/ Lisa Hartman Black - When I Said I Do Wynonna Judd - I'm Going NowherePresenters: Jane Clayson, Reba McEntire, Tracy Lawrence, Kathryn Bell (Jag), Neal McCoy, Marie Osmond, Ty Herndon, Alan Jackson, Tracy Byrd, Mark Wills, Mark Chestnutt, Bryan White, Bellamy Brothers, The Kinleys, Trisha Yearwood, Pam Tillis, Trace Adkins, Patti Paige, Dwight Yoakum, Denny Lee, Bill Engvall, Clay Walker, Jennie Freekie, Lee Ann Womack, The Wilkinsons, Dixie Chicks, Buck Owens and Brooks & Dunn.

  • The 34th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 34 - Aired 05/05/1999

    Host: No Host This YearLocation: Universal Amphithatre in Los Angeles, CAWinners:Entertainer: Garth BrooksMale Vocalist: Tim McGrawFemale Vocalist: Faith HillVocal Group: Dixie ChicksVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Mark WillsNew Female Artist: Jo Dee MessinaNew Duo/Group: Dixie ChicksAlbum: Wide Open Spaces - Dixie ChicksSingle: "This Kiss" - Faith HillSong: "Holes In The Floor of Heaven" - Steve WarinerVocal Event: "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me" - Faith Hill w/ Tim McGrawMusic Video: "This Kiss" - Faith HillPioneer Award Receipient: Glen CampbellArtist of the Decade for 1999: Garth Brooks (who chose to split the award between George Strait and Reba McEntire)Double Diamond Receipient: Shania TwainPerformers: Kenny Chesney - How Forever Feels Dixie Chicks - You Were Mine Steve Wariner - Two Teardrops Janie Fricke - It Ain't Easy Bein' Easy Faith Hill w/ Vince Gill - Let Me Let Go Martina McBride - Whatever You Say Reba McEntire - One Honest Heart Garth Brooks - To Make You Feel My Love Clay Walker - That's Cold Hearted Trace Adkins - Happy Trails Ty Herndon - One Has My Name, The Other Has My Heart Collin Raye - Back In The Saddle Larry Gatlin - All The Gold In CaliforniaPresenters: Patti Paige, Naomi Judd, Tracy Lawrence, Doug Stone, Chet Atkins, Dick Clark, Janie Fricke, Alan Autry, Joe Diffie, Lee Horsley, Billy Dean, Crystal Bernard, Tracy Byrd, Blackhawk, Brenda Beacock, Danni Leigh, Billy Ray Cyrus, Marie Osmond, Bill Engvall, Buck Owens, Chely Wright, LoriAnn Crook, Charlie Chase, Jay Leno, Jo Dee Messina, Chuck Norris, LeAnn Rimes, Larry Gatlin, Jack Hannah, Jane Seymore and John Schneider.

  • The 33rd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 33 - Aired 04/22/1998

    Host: No Host This YearLocation: Universal Amphitheater in Los Angeles, CAWinners: Entertainer: Garth BrooksMale Vocalist: George StraitFemale Vocalist: Trisha YearwoodVocal Group or Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Kenny ChesneyNew Female Artist: Lee Ann WomackNew Duo/Group: The KinleysAlbum: Carrying Your Love With Me - George StraitSingle: It's Your Love - Faith Hill/Tim McGrawSong: It's Your Love - Faith Hill/Tim McGrawVocal Event: It's Your Love - Faith Hill/Tim McGrawMusic Video: It's Your Love - Faith Hill/Tim McGrawPerformers: Presenters:

  • The 32nd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 32 - Aired 04/23/1997

    Host: George Strait, Jeff Foxworthy, Crystal BernardLocation: Universal AmpitheaterWinners: Entertainer: Brooks & DunnMale Vocalist: George StraitFemale Vocalist: Patty LovelessVocal Group: Sawyer BrownVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Trace AdkinsNew Female Artist: LeAnn RimesNew Duo/Group: RicochetAlbum: George Strait - Clear Blue SkySingle: LeAnn Rimes - "Blue"Song: Bill Mack – "Blue"Music Video: Collin Raye - "I Think About You"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 31st Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 31 - Aired 04/24/1996

    Host: Brooks & Dunn, Faith HillLocation: Universal AmpitheaterWinners: Entertainer: Brooks & DunnMale Vocalist: Alan JacksonFemale Vocalist: Patty LovelessVocal Group: The MavericksVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Bryan WhiteNew Female Artist: Shania TwainNew Duo/Group: LonestarAlbum: Shania Twain - The Woman in MeSingle: George Strait - "Check Yes or No"Song: Dickey Lee, Karen Staley, Danny Mayo – "The Keeper of the Stars"Music Video: Jeff Carson - "The Car"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 30th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 30 - Aired 05/10/1995

    Host: Clint Black, Jeff Foxworthy, Tanya TuckerLocation: Universal AmpitheaterWinners: Entertainer: Reba McEntireMale Vocalist: Alan JacksonFemale Vocalist: Reba McEntireVocal Group: The MavericksVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Tim McGrawNew Female Artist: Chely WrightNew Duo/Group: The MavericksAlbum: Tim McGraw - Not a Moment Too SoonSingle: John Michael Montgomery - "I Swear"Song: Gary Baker, Frank Myers – "I Swear"Music Video: Garth Brooks - "The Red Strokes"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 29th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 29 - Aired 05/03/1994

    Host: Reba McEntire, Alan JacksonLocation: Universal AmpitheaterWinners: Entertainer: Garth BrooksMale Vocalist: Vince GillFemale Vocalist: Wynonna JuddVocal Group: Little TexasVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: John Michael MontgomeryNew Female Artist: Faith HillNew Duo/Group: Gibson Miller BandAlbum: Alan Jackson - A Lot About Livin'Single: Alan Jackson - "Chatahoochee"Song: Victoria Shaw, Chuck Cannon – "I Love the Way You Love Me"Music Video: Garth Brooks - "We Shall Be Free"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 28th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 28 - Aired 05/11/1993

    Host: George Strait, Reba McEntire, Randy OwenLocation: Universal AmpitheaterWinners: Entertainer: Garth BrooksMale Vocalist: Vince GillFemale Vocalist: Mary Chapin CarpenterVocal Group: Diamond RioVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Tracy LawrenceNew Female Artist: Michelle WrightNew Duo/Group: Confederate RailroadAlbum: Brooks & Dunn - Brand New ManSingle: Brooks & Dunn - "Boot Scootin' Boogie"Song: Vince Gill, John Barlow Jarvis – "I Still Believe in You"Music Video: Tanya Tucker - "Two Sparrows in a Hurricane"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 27th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 27 - Aired 04/29/1992

    Host: Clint Black, Lorrie Morgan, Travis TrittLocation: Universal AmpitheaterWinners: Entertainer: Garth BrooksMale Vocalist: Garth BrooksFemale Vocalist: Reba McEntireVocal Group: Diamond RioVocal Duo: Brooks & DunnNew Male Artist: Billy DeanNew Female Artist: Trisha YearwoodNew Duo/Group: Brooks & DunnAlbum: Alan Jackson - Don't Rock the JukeboxSingle: Alan Jackson - "Don't Rock The Jukebox"Song: Billy Dean, Richard Leigh – "Somewhere in My Broken Heart"Music Video: Reba McEntire - "Is There Life Out There?"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 26th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 26 - Aired 04/24/1991

    Host: Clint Black, Kathy Mattea, George StraitLocation: Universal AmpitheaterWinners: Entertainer: Garth BrooksMale Vocalist: Garth BrooksFemale Vocalist: Reba McEntireVocal Group: ShenandoahVocal Duo: The JuddsNew Male Artist: Alan JacksonNew Female Artist: Shelby LynneNew Duo/Group: Pirates of the MississippiAlbum: Garth Brooks - No FencesSingle: Garth Brooks - "Friends In Low Places"Song: Tony Arata – "The Dance"Music Video: Garth Brooks - "The Dance"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 25th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 25 - Aired 04/25/1990

    Host: Alabama, The Judds, Wynonna Judd, Naomi Judd, George Strait, Tammy WynetteLocation: Pantages TheaterWinners: Entertainer: George StraitMale Vocalist: Clint BlackFemale Vocalist: Kathy MatteaVocal Group: Restless HeartVocal Duo: The JuddsNew Male Artist: Clint BlackNew Female Artist: Mary Chapin-CarpenterNew Duo/Group: Kentucky HeadhuntersAlbum: Clint Black - Killin' TimeSingle: Clint Black - "Better Man"Song: Jon Vezner, Don Henry – "Where've You Been"Music Video: Hank Williams Jr - "There's a Tear in my Beer"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 24th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 24 - Aired 04/10/1989

    Host: Patrick Duffy, K T Oslin, George StraitLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: Hank Williams, Jr.Male Vocalist: George StraitFemale Vocalist: K. T. OslinVocal Group: Highway 101Vocal Duo: The JuddsNew Male Artist: Rodney CrowellNew Female Artist: Suzy BoggussAlbum: K.T. Oslin - This WomanSingle: Kathy Mattea - "Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses"Song: Charles Nelson, Paul Nelson – "Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses"Music Video: Hank Williams Jr - "Young Country"Artist of the Decade: Alabama Performers: Presenters:

  • The 23rd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 23 - Aired 03/21/1988

    Host: Reba McEntire, Hank Williams JrLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: Hank Williams, Jr.Male Vocalist: Randy TravisFemale Vocalist: Reba McEntireVocal Group: Highway 101Vocal Duo: The JuddsNew Male Artist: Ricky Van SheltonNew Female Artist: K.T. OslinAlbum: Dolly Parton/Emmylou Harris/Linda Ronstadt - TrioSingle: Randy Travis - "Forever and Ever Amen"Song: Paul Overstreet, Don Schlitz – "Forever and Ever, Amen"Music Video: K.T. Oslin - "80's Ladies"Performers: Reba McEntire & Hank Williams Jr - Hey Good Lookin' Reba McEntire - Sunday Kind of LovePresenters:

  • The 22nd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 22 - Aired 04/06/1987

    Host: The Judds, Patrick DuffyLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: Hank Williams, Jr.Male Vocalist: Randy TravisFemale Vocalist: Reba McEntireVocal Group: Forester SistersVocal Duo: The JuddsNew Male Artist: Dwight YoakamNew Female Artist: Holly DunnAlbum: Randy Travis - Storms of LifeSingle: Randy Travis - "On The Other Hand"Song: Paul Overstreet, Don Schlitz – "On the Other Hand"Music Video: Reba McEntire - "Whoever's In New England"Performers: Reba McEntire - Sweet DreamsPresenters:

  • The 21st Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 21 - Aired 04/14/1986

    Host: Mac Davis, Reba McEntire, John SchneiderLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: AlabamaMale Vocalist: George StraitFemale Vocalist: Reba McEntireVocal Group: AlabamaVocal Duo: The JuddsNew Male Artist: Randy TravisNew Female Artist: Judy RodmanAlbum: George Strait - Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your MindSingle: Johnny Cash, Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson - "Highwayman"Song: Fred Parris, Mike Reid, Troy Seals – "Lost in the Fifties Tonight"Performers: Reba McEntire - Whoever's In New EnglandPresenters:

  • The 20th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 20 - Aired 05/06/1985

    Host: No HostLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: AlabamaMale Vocalist: George StraitFemale Vocalist: Reba McEntireVocal Group: AlabamaVocal Duo: The JuddsNew Male Artist: Vince GillNew Female Artist: Nicolette LarsonAlbum: Alabama - Roll OnSingle: Julio Iglesias & Willie Nelson - "To All The Girls I've Loved Before"Song: Harlan Howard, Brent Maher, Sonny Throckmorton – "Why Not Me"Music Video: Hank Williams Jr - "All My Rowdy Friends"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 19th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 19 - Aired 05/14/1984

    Host: No HostLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: AlabamaMale Vocalist: Lee GreenwoodFemale Vocalist: Janie FrickeVocal Group: AlabamaVocal Duo: Dolly Parton & Kenny RogersNew Male Artist: Jim GlaserNew Female Artist: Gus HardinAlbum: Alabama - The Closer You GetSingle: Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers - "Islands In The Stream"Song: Larry Henley, Jeff Silbar – "Wind Beneath My Wings"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 18th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 18 - Aired 03/09/1983

    Host: John Schneider, Jerry Reed, Tammy WynetteLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: AlabamaMale Vocalist: Ronnie MilsapFemale Vocalist: SylviaVocal Group: AlabamaVocal Duo: David Frizzell & Shelly WestNew Male Artist: Michael MurpheyNew Female Artist: Karen BrooksAlbum: Willie Nelson - Always on My MindSingle: Willie Nelson - "Always On My Mind"Song: Merle Haggard – "Are the Good Times Really Over"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 17th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 17 - Aired 04/29/1982

    Host: No HostLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: AlabamaMale Vocalist: Merle HaggardFemale Vocalist: Barbara MandrellVocal Group: AlabamaVocal Duo: David Frizzell & Shelly WestNew Male Artist: Ricky SkaggsNew Female Artist: Juice NewtonAlbum: Alabama - Feels So RightSingle: Oak Ridge Boys - "Elvira"Song: Felice Bryant, Boudleaux Bryant, Larry Collins, Sandy Pinkard – "You're the Reason God Made Oklahoma"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 16th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 16 - Aired 04/30/1981

    Host: No HostLocation: LA Shrine AuditoriumWinners: Entertainer: Barbara MandrellMale Vocalist: George JonesFemale Vocalist: Dolly PartonVocal Group: AlabamaVocal Duo: Moe Brandy & Joe StampleyNew Male Artist: Johnny LeeNew Female Artist: Terri GibbsAlbum: Various Artists - Urban Cowboy -- Movie SoundtrackSingle: George Jones - "He Stopped Loving Her Today"Song: Bobby Braddock, Curly Putman – "He Stopped Loving Her Today"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 15th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 15 - Aired 03/01/1980

    Host: No HostLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: Willie NelsonMale Vocalist: Larry GatlinFemale Vocalist: Crystal GayleVocal Group/Duo: Moe Bandy & Joe StampleyNew Male Artist: R.C. BannonNew Female Artist: Lacy J. DaltonAlbum: Larry Gatlin - Straight AheadSingle: Larry Gatlin & Gatlin Bros - "All The Gold in California"Song: Sonny Throckmorton, Curly Putman – "It's a Cheatin' Situation"Performers: Reba McEntire - (You Lift Me) Up To HeavenPresenters:

  • The 14th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 14 - Aired 03/02/1979

    Host: No HostLocation: Hollywood PalladiumWinners: Entertainer: Kenny RogersMale Vocalist: Kenny RogersFemale Vocalist: Barbara MandrellVocal Group/Duo: Oak Ridge BoysNew Male Artist: John ConleeNew Female Artist: Christy LaneAlbum: Oak Ridge Boys - Y'all Come Back SaloonSingle: Don Williams - "Tulsa Time"Song: Randy Goodrum – "You Needed Me"Artist of the Decade: Loretta LynnPerformers: Presenters:

  • The 13th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 13 - Aired 04/27/1978

    Host: No HostLocation: LA Shrine AuditoriumWinners: Entertainer: Dolly PartonMale Vocalist: Kenny RogersFemale Vocalist: Crystal GayleVocal Group/Duo: Statler BrothersNew Male Artist: Eddie RabbittNew Female Artist: Debby BooneAlbum: Kenny Rogers - Kenny RogersSingle: Kenny Rogers - "Lucille"Song: Roger Bowling, Hal Bynum – "Lucille"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 12th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 12 - Aired 02/17/1977

    Host: No HostLocation: LA Shrine AuditoriumWinners: Entertainer: Mickey GilleyMale Vocalist: Mickey GilleyFemale Vocalist: Crystal GayleVocal Group/Duo: Conway Twitty & Loretta LynnNew Male Artist: Moe BrandyNew Female Artist: Billie Jo SpearsAlbum: Mickey Gilley - Gilley's SmokingSingle: Mickey Gilley - "Bring It On Home"Song: Baker Knight – "Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 11th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 11 - Aired 02/19/1976

    Host: Marty RobbinsLocation: Hollywood PalladiumWinners: Entertainer: Loretta LynnMale Vocalist: Conway TwittyFemale Vocalist: Loretta LynnVocal Group/Duo: Conway Twitty & Loretta LynnNew Male Artist: Freddy FenderNew Female Artist: Crystal GaleAlbum: Loretta Lynn/Conway Twitty - FeelingsSingle: Glen Campbell - "Rhinestone Cowboy"Song: Larry Weiss – "Rhinestone Cowboy"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 10th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 10 - Aired 02/27/1975

    Host: Roger MillerLocation: LA Aquarius TheaterWinners: Entertainer: Mac DavisMale Vocalist: Merle HaggardFemale Vocalist: Loretta LynnVocal Group/Duo: Conway Twitty & Loretta LynnNew Male Artist: Mickey GilleyNew Female Artist: Linda RonstadtAlbum: John Denver - Back Home AgainSingle: Cal Smith - "Country Bumpkin"Song: Don Wayne – "Country Bumpkin"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 9th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 9 - Aired 03/25/1974

    Host: No HostLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: Roy ClarkMale Vocalist: Charlie RichFemale Vocalist: Loretta LynnVocal Group/Duo: Brush ArborNew Male Artist: Dorsey BurnetteNew Female Artist: Olivia Newton-JohnAlbum: Charlie Rich - Behind Closed DoorsSingle: Charlie Rich - "Behind Closed Doors"Song: Kenny O'Dell – "Behind Closed Doors"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 8th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 8 - Aired 02/26/1973

    Host: No HostLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: Roy ClarkMale Vocalist: Merle HaggardFemale Vocalist: Donna FargoVocal Group/Duo: Statler BrothersNew Male Artist: Johnny RodriguezNew Female Artist: Tanya TuckerAlbum: Donna Fargo - Happiest GirlSingle: Donna Fargo – "The Happiest Girl In the Whole USA"Song: Donna Fargo – "The Happiest Girl In the Whole USA"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 7th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 7 - Aired 03/13/1972

    Host: No HostLocation: Knott's Berry FarmWinners: Entertainer: Freddie HartMale Vocalist: Freddie HartFemale Vocalist: Loretta LynnVocal Group/Duo: Conway Twitty & Loretta LynnNew Male Artist: Tony BoothNew Female Artist: Barbara MandrellAlbum: Freddie Hart - Easy Lovin'Single: Freddie Hart - "Easy Lovin'"Song: Freddie Hart – "Easy Loving"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 6th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 6 - Aired 03/22/1971

    Host: No HostLocation: Hollywood PalladiumWinners: Entertainer: Merle HaggardMale Vocalist: Merle HaggardFemale Vocalist: Lynn AndersonVocal Group: KimberleysNew Male Artist: Buddy AlanNew Female Artist: Sammi SmithAlbum: Ray Price - For the Good TimesSingle: Ray Price - "For The Good Times"Song: Kris Kristofferson – "For the Good Times"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 5th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 5 - Aired 04/13/1970

    Host: No HostLocation: Hollywood PallidiumWinners: Male Vocalist: Merle HaggardFemale Vocalist: Tammy WynetteVocal Group: KimberleysNew Male Artist: Freddy WellerNew Female Artist: Donna FargoAlbum: Merle Haggard - Okie From MuskogeeSingle: Merle Haggard - "Okie from Muskogee"Song: Merle Haggard - "Okie from Muskogee"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 4th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 4 - Aired 04/28/1969

    Host: No HostLocation: Hollywood PallidumWinners: Male Vocalist: Glen CampbellFemale Vocalist: Cathie TaylorVocal Group: Johnny & Jonie MosbyNew Male Artist: Ray SandersNew Female Artist: Cheryl PooleAlbum: Glen Campbell/Bobbie Gentry - Glen Campbell & Bobbie GentrySingle: Roger Miller - "Little Green Apples"Song: Glen Campbell - "Wichita Lineman"Artist of the Decade: Marty Robbins Performers: Presenters:

  • The 3rd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 3 - Aired 03/04/1968

    Host: No HostLocation: LA Century Plaza HotelWinners: Male Vocalist: Glen CampbellFemale Vocalist: Lynn AndersonVocal Group: Sons of the PioneerNew Male Artist: Jerry InmanNew Female Artist: Bobby GentryAlbum: Glen Campbell - Gentle on My MindSingle: Glen Campbell - "Gentle on My Mind"Song: Wynn Stewart - "It's Such a Pretty World Today"Performers: Presenters:

  • The 2nd Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 2 - Aired 03/06/1967

    Host: No HostLocation: Beverly Hilton HotelWinners: Male Vocalist: Merle Haggard Female Vocalist: Bonnie Guitar Vocal Group: The Buckaroos Vocal Duo: Bonnie Owens and Merle Haggard New Male Artist: Billy Mize New Female Artist: Cathie Taylor Song: Tammy Wynette - Apartment #9Performers: Presenters:

  • The 1st Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

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    Season 1, Episode 1 - Aired 02/28/1966

    Host: No HostLocation: Hollywood PalladiumWinners: Male Vocalist: Buck Owens Female Vocalist: Bonnie Owens Vocal Group: The Buckaroos Vocal Duo: Merle Haggard and Bonnie Owens New Male Artist: Merle Haggard New Female Artist: Kaye Adams Performers: Presenters: