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Winners are in bold letters!


<small>Brooks & Dunn
Dixie Chicks
Alan Jackson </small>
Tim McGraw
<small>George Strait </small>

At "The 35th Annual CMA Awards", Tim McGraw earned his first-ever Entertainer Of The Year Award. A 25-time CMA Awards nominee, Tim has won seven other CMA Awards since 1997, including Male Vocalist, Album Of The Year (as an artist and co-producer) and Vocal Event Of The Year.
Past Winners<small>
1967 Eddy Arnold
1968 Glen Campbell
1969 Johnny Cash
1970 Merle Haggard
1971 Charley Pride
1972 Loretta Lynn
1973 Roy Clark
1974 Charlie Rich
1975 John Denver
1976 Mel Tillis
1977 Ronnie Milsap
1978 Dolly Parton
1979 Willie Nelson
1980, 81 Barbara Mandrell
1982, 83, 84 Alabama
1985 Ricky Skaggs
1986 Reba McEntire
1987, 88 Hank Williams Jr.
1989, 90 George Strait
1991, 92, 97, 98 Garth Brooks
1993, 94 Vince Gill
1995 Alan Jackson
1996 Brooks & Dunn
1999 Shania Twain
2000 Dixie Chicks </small>
<HR>

<small>Alan Jackson</small>
Toby Keith <small>
Tim McGraw
Brad Paisley
George Strait</small>

"This is truly a great honor," says Toby Keith, winner of his first-ever CMA Award, capturing honors as Male Vocalist Of The Year during "The 35th Annual CMA Awards." Mr. Keith, who has five nominations to his credit, also was nominated this year for Song Of The Year for "How Do You Like Me Now" as co-writer.
Past Winners<small>
1967 Jack Greene
1968 Glen Campbell
1969 Johnny Cash
1970 Merle Haggard
1971, 72 Charley Pride
1973 Charlie Rich
1974, 77, 78 Ronnie Milsap
1975 Waylon Jennings
1978 Don Williams
1979 Kenny Rogers
1980, 81 George Jones
1982 Ricky Skaggs
1983, 84 Lee Greenwood
1985, 86, 96, 97, 98 George Strait
1987, 88 Randy Travis
1989 Ricky Van Shelton
1990 Clint Black
1991, 92, 93, 94, 95 Vince Gill
1999, 2000 Tim McGraw</small>
<HR>

<small>Sara Evans
Faith Hill
Martina McBride</small>
Lee Ann Womack
<small>Trisha Yearwood </small>

MCA Nashville artist Lee Ann Womack wins the coveted Female Vocalist Of The Year, crediting others "for the shoulders I stand on." Ms. Womack, a nine-time CMA Awards nominee, won for the first time last year for Single Of The Year for her performance of "I Hope You Dance" with Sons Of The Desert. She was also nominated this year for Music Video Of The Year.
Past Winners<small>
1967, 72, 73 Loretta Lynn
1968, 69, 70 Tammy Wynette
1971 Lynn Anderson
1974 Olivia Newton-John
1975, 76 Dolly Parton
1977, 78 Crystal Gayle
1979, 81 Barbara Mandrell
1980 Emmylou Harris
1982, 83 Janie Fricke
1984, 85, 86, 87 Reba McEntire
1988 K.T. Oslin
1989, 90 Kathy Mattea
1991 Tanya Tucker
1992, 93 Mary Chapin Carpenter
1994 Pam Tillis
1995 Alison Krauss
1996 Patty Loveless
1997, 98 Trisha Yearwood
1999 Martina McBride
2000 Faith Hill </small>
<HR>

<small>Jessica Andrews
Nickel Creek
Jamie O'Neal </small>
keith urban
<small>Phil Vassar </small>

First-time nominee, Australian native and Capitol Records artist keith urban wins the CMA Horizon Award. A stunning guitarist as well as songwriter and vocalist, keith is the first Australian to win a CMA Award since Olivia Newton-John in 1974.
Past Winners<small>
1981 Terri Gibbs
1982 Ricky Skaggs
1983 John Anderson
1984 The Judds
1985 Sawyer Brown
1986 Randy Travis
1987 Holly Dunn
1988 Ricky Van Shelton
1989 Clint Black
1990 Garth Brooks
1991 Travis Tritt
1992 Suzy Bogguss
1993 Mark Chesnutt
1994 John Michael Montgomery
1995 Alison Krauss
1996 Bryan White
1997 LeAnn Rimes
1998 Dixie Chicks
1999 Jo Dee Messina
2000 Brad Paisley </small>
<HR>

<small>Alabama
Diamond Rio
Dixie Chicks</small>
Lonestar
<small>Nickel Creek </small>

Lonestar scored its first-ever CMA Award, helped by several hits including the recent smash "I'm Already There", nominated for Song Of The Year. The group also received a nomination for Single Of The Year. Lonestar has received five nominations in their career.
Past Winners<small>
1967 The Stoneman Family
1968 Porter Wagoner/Dolly Parton
1969 Johnny Cash/June Carter
1970 Glaser Brothers
1971 Osborne Brothers
1972, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 80, 84 Statler Brothers
1978 Oak Ridge Boys
1981, 82, 83 Alabama
1985, 86, 87 The Judds
1988, 89 Highway 101
1990, 91 Kentucky HeadHunters
1992, 93, 94, 97 Diamond Rio
1995, 96 Mavericks
1998, 99, 2000 Dixie Chicks</small>
<HR>

<small>Bellamy Brothers</small>
Brooks & Dunn
<small>Montgomery Gentry
The Kinleys
The Warren Brothers </small>

Brooks & Dunn receive their ninth award in this category and 11th overall, having won Entertainer Of The Year in 1996 and as collaborators on the Album Of The Year in 1994 for "Common Thread: The Songs Of The Eagles." Nominated for six CMA Awards this year, the Arista Nashville duo and their band gave a stirring Awards-opening performance of their smash hit "Only In America." Brooks & Dunn last won the Vocal Duo Of The Year in 1999, the last of eight straight wins. Brooks & Dunn have earned 33 CMA nominations over their distinguished career and have won Vocal Duo Of The Year more than any other artist. Fans voting on CMAawards.com correctly predicted Brooks & Dunn's win, giving them 71% of the vote.
Past Winners<small>
1970, 71 Porter Wagoner / Dolly Parton
1972, 73, 74, 75 Conway Twitty / Loretta Lynn
1976 Waylon Jennings / Willie Nelson
1977 Jim Ed Brown / Helen Cornelius
1978, 79 Kenny Rogers / Dottie West
1980 Moe Bandy / Joe Stampley
1981, 82 David Frizell / Shelly West
1983 Merle Haggard / Willie Nelson
1984 Willie Nelson / Julio Iglesias
1985 Anne Murray / Dave Loggins
1986 Dan Seals / Marie Osmond
1987 Ricky Skaggs / Sharon White
1988, 89, 90, 91 The Judds
1992, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99 Brooks & Dunn
2000 Montgomery Gentry</small>
<HR>

<small>"Ain't Nothing 'Bout You" - Brooks & Dunn
Kix Brooks/Ronnie Dunn/Mark Wright - Arista Nashville

"Born To Fly" - Sara Evans
Paul Worley/Sara Evans - RCA</small>

"I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow" - The Soggy Bottom Boys
T Bone Burnett - Mercury Nashville/Lost Highway Records


<small>"I'm Already There" - Lonestar
Dann Huff - BNA

"One More Day" - Diamond Rio
Michael D. Clute & Diamond Rio - Arista Nashville</small>

The lead track on the top-selling soundtrack to the Coen Bros. film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?", "I Am A Man Of Constant Sorrow" was performed by The Soggy Bottom Boys, featuring vocalist Dan Tyminski, who sings the song tonight with Alison Krauss & Union Station. The award is the first for producer T Bone Burnett.
Past Winners<small>
1967 "There Goes My Everything" -- Jack Greene
1968 "Harper Valley P.T.A." -- Jeannie C. Riley
1969 "A Boy Named Sue" -- Johnny Cash
1970 "Okie From Muskogee" -- Merle Haggard
1971 "Help Me Make It Through the Night" -- Sammi Smith
1972 "The Happiest Girl in the Whole U.S.A." -- Donna Fargo
1973 "Behind Closed Doors" -- Charlie Rich
1974 "Country Bumpkin" -- Cal Smith
1975 "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" -- Freddy Fender
1976 "Good Hearted Woman" -- Waylon Jennings / Willie Nelson
1977 "Lucille" -- Kenny Rogers
1978 "Heaven's Just a Sin Away" -- The Kendalls
1979 "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" -- Charlie Daniels Band
1980 "He Stopped Loving Her Today" -- George Jones
1981 "Elvira" -- Oak Ridge Boys
1982 "Always on My Mind" -- Willie Nelson
1983 "Swingin'" -- John Anderson
1984 "A Little Good News" -- Anne Murray
1985 "Why Not Me" -- The Judds
1986 "Bop" -- Dan Seals
1987 "Forever and Ever, Amen" -- Randy Travis
1988 "Eighteen Wheels and a Dozen Roses" -- Kathy Mattea
1989 "I'm No Stranger to the Rain" -- Keith Whitley
1990 "When I Call Your Name" -- Vince Gill
1991 "Friends in Low Places" -- Garth Brooks
1992 "Achy Breaky Heart" -- Billy Ray Cyrus
1993 "Chattahoochee" -- Alan Jackson
1994 "I Swear" -- John Michael Montgomery
1995 "When You Say Nothing at All" -- Alison Krauss & Union Station
1996 "Check Yes or No" -- George Strait
1997 "Strawberry Wine" -- Deana Carter
1998 "Holes in the Floor of Heaven" -- Steve Wariner
1999 "Wide Open Spaces" -- Dixe Chicks
2000 "I Hope You Dance" -- Lee Ann Womack </small>
<HR>

<small>Born To Fly - Sara Evans
Sara Evans/Paul Worley - RCA </small>

O Brother, Where At Thou? - Various
T Bone Burnett - Mercury Nashville/Lost Highway Records


<small>Set This Circus Down - Tim McGraw
Byron Gallimore/James Stroud/Tim McGraw - Curb

Steers & Stripes - Brooks & Dunn
Kix Brooks/Ronnie Dunn/Mark Wright - Arista Nashville

When Somebody Loves You - Alan Jackson
Keith Stegall- Arista Nashville</small>

The top-selling, triple-platinum Lost Highway soundtrack album, "O Brother, Where Art Thou" featuring music from the Coen Bros. film, won the prestigious CMA Award for Album Of The Year. The album spawned four CMA Award nominations this year, including the winning Single Of The Year and two Vocal Event Of The Year selections. The album generated many fine performances from artists including the Cox Family, Fairfield Four, Emmylou Harris, John Hartford, Alison Krauss, the Peasall Sisters, Ralph Stanley, Dan Tyminski, Gillian Welch, the Whites and others -- several whom received their first-ever CMA Awards.
Past Winners<small>
1967 There Goes My Everything -- Jack Greene
1968 Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison -- Johnny Cash
1969 Johnny Cash at San Quentin Prison -- Johnny Cash
1970 Okie From Muskogee -- Merle Haggard
1971 I Won't Mention It Again -- Ray Price
1972 Let Me Tell You About a Song -- Merle Haggard
1973 Behind Closed Doors -- Charlie Rich
1974 A Very Special Love Song -- Charlie Rich
1975 A Legend in My Time -- Ronnie Milsap
1976 Wanted -- The Outlaws -- Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Tompall Glaser, Jessie Colter
1977 Ronnie Milsap Live -- Ronnie Milsap
1978 It Was Almost Like a Song -- Ronnie Milsap
1979 The Gambler -- Kenny Rogers
1980 Coal Miner's Daughter -- Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
1981 I Believe in You -- Don Williams
1982 Always on My Mind -- Willie Nelson
1983 The Closer You Get -- Alabama
1984 A Little Good News -- Anne Murray
1985 Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind -- George Strait
1986 Lost in the Fifties Tonight -- Ronnie Milsap
1987 Always and Forever -- Randy Travis
1988 Born to Boogie -- Hank Williams Jr.
1989 Will the CIrcle Be Unbroken Vol. II -- Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
1990 Pickin' On Nashville -- Kentucky HeadHunters
1991 No Fences -- Garth Brooks
1992 Ropin' the Wind -- Garth Brooks
1993 I Still Believe in You -- Vince Gill
1994 Common Thread : The Songs of the Eagles -- John Anderson, Clint Black, Suzy Bogguss, Brooks & Dunn, Billy Dean, Diamond Rio, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson, Little Texas, Lorrie Morgan, Travis Tritt, Tanya Tucker, Trisha Yearwood
1995 When Fallen Angels Fly -- Patty Loveless
1996 Blue Clear Sky -- George Strait
1997 Carrying Your Love With Me -- George Strait
1998 Everywhere -- Tim McGraw
1999 A Place in the Sun -- Tim McGraw
2000 Fly -- Dixie Chicks </small>
<HR>

<small>(award goes to songwriter and primary publisher)</small>
<small>"Born To Fly"
Sara Evans/Marcus Hummon/Darrell Scott
Sony/ATV Songs/Careers-BMG Music/Floyd's Dream Music/
Chuck Wagon Gourmet Music/Famous Music

"How Do You Like Me Now?!"
Chuck Cannon/Toby Keith
Wacissa River Music/Tokeco Tunes

"I'm Already There"
Richie McDonald/Gary Baker/Frank Myers
Sony/ATV Songs/Zomba Enterprises/Swear By It Music/Josh Nick Music</small>

"Murder On Music Row"
Larry Cordle/Larry Shell
Pier Five Music/Wandachord Music/Shell Point


<small>"One More Day"
Steven Dale Jones/Bobby Tomberlin
EMI April Music/Island Bound Music/Mike Curb Music</small>

A surprise winner and the 2000 Vocal Event Of The Year for George Strait and Alan Jackson, "Murder On Music Row" is CMA's Song Of The Year and the first-ever win for songwriters Larry Cordle and Larry Shell. The winning publishers are Pier Five Music/Wandachord Music/Shell Point.
Past Winners<small>
1967 "There Goes My Everything" -- writer : Dallas Frazier
1968 "Honey" -- writer : Bobby Russell
1969 "Carroll Country Accident" -- writer : Bob Ferguson
1970 "Sunday Morning Coming Down" -- writer : Kris Kristofferson
1971, 72 "Easy Loving" -- writer : Freddie Hart
1973 "Behind Closed Doors" -- writer : Kenny O'Dell
1974 "Country Bumpkin" -- writer : Don Wayne
1975 "Back Home Again" -- writer : John Denver
1976 "Rhinestone Cowboy" -- writer : Larry Weiss
1977 "Lucille" -- writers : R. Bowling / H. Bynum
1978 "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue" -- writer : Richard Leigh
1979 "The Gambler" -- writer : Don Schlitz
1980, 81 "He Stopped Loving Her Today" -- writers : B. Braddock / C. Putnam
1982, 83 "Always on My Mind" -- writers : J. Christopher / W. Carson / M. James
1984 "Wind Beneath My Wings" -- writers : L. Henley / J. Silbar
1985 "God Bless the U.S.A." -- writer : Lee Greenwood
1986 "On the Other Hand" -- writers : P. Overstreet / D. Schlitz
1987 "Forever and Ever, Amen" -- writers : P. Overstreet / D. Schlitz
1988 "80's ladies" -- writer : K.T. Oslin
1989 "Chisled in Stone" -- writers : M.D. Barnes / Vern Gosdin
1990 "Where've You Been" -- writers : J. Vezner / D. Henry
1991 "When I Call Your Name" -- writers : V. Gill / T. DuBois
1992 "Look at Us" -- writers : V. Gill / M.D. Barnes
1993 "I Still Believe in You" -- writers : V. Gill / J. Jarvis
1994 "Chattahoochee" -- writers : A. Jackson / J. McBride
1995 "Independence Day" -- writer : Gretchen Peters
1996 "Go Rest High on That Mountain" -- writer : Vince Gill
1997 "Strawberry Wine" -- writers : Matraca Berg / Gary Harrison
1998 "Holes in the Floor of Heaven" -- writers : Steve Wariner / Billy Kirsch
1999 "This Kiss" -- writers : Beth Nielson Chapman / Annie Roboff / Robin Lerner
2000 "I Hope You Dance" -- writer : Mark D. Sanders / Tia Sillers</small>
<HR>

<small>Dwight Yoakam (duet with Buck Owens) - "Alright, I'm Wrong" Reprise

Emmylou Harris/Alison Krauss/Gillian Welch - "Didn't Leave Nobody But The Baby" Mercury Records

Brad Paisley and Chely Wright - "Hard To Be A Husband, Hard To Be A Wife" RCA

Alison Krauss and Gillian Welch - "I'll Fly Away" Mercury Records</small>

Brad Paisley with featured vocals by George Jones, Bill Anderson and Buck Owens - "Too Country" Arista Nashville

Brad Paisley, featuring vocals by George Jones, Bill Anderson and Buck Owens, won the CMA Award for Vocal Event Of The Year. Mr. Paisley earned his second CMA Award, having won the Horizon Award last year. George Jones earned his seventh CMA Award; he's received 36 nominations in his Hall Of Fame career. Remarkably, it was the first CMA Awards for Mr. Owens and Mr. Anderson, despite the fact that both of them also are members of Country Music Hall Of Fame.
Past Winners<small>
1988 Dolly Parton / Emmylou Harris / Linda Ronstadt
1989 Hank Williams Jr. / Hank Williams; "There's a Tear in My Beer"
1990 Lorrie Morgan / Keith Whitley; "Til a Tear Becomes a Rose"
1991 Mark O'Connor & The New Nashville Cats (featuring Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs and Steve Wariner)
1992 Marty Stuart / Travis Tritt; "Honky Tonkin's What I Do Best"
1993 George Jones with Vince Gill, Mark Chesnutt, Garth Brooks, Travis Tritt, Joe Diffie, Alan Jackson, Pam Tillis, T. Graham Brown, Patty Loveless, Clint Black; "I Don't Need Your Rockin' Chair"
1994 Reba McEntire with Linda Davis; "Does He Love You"
1995 Shenandoah with Alison Krauss; "Somewhere in the Vicinity of The Heart"
1996 Dolly Parton with Vince Gill; "I Will Always Love You"
1997 Tim McGraw with Faith Hill; "It's Your Love"
1998 Patty Loveless & George Jones; "You Don't Seem to Miss Me"
1999 Vince Gill & Patty Loveless; "My Kind of Woman, My Kind of Man"
2000 George Strait & Alan Jackson; "Murder on Music Row"</small>
<HR>

<small>Stuart Duncan
Paul Franklin
John Hobbs</small>
Dann Huff
<small>Brent Mason </small>

Six-time CMA Award nominee Dann Huff won for the first time, recognized as Musician Of The Year, a category for which he's been nominated three times. Dan also received a nomination this year as co-producer for Lonestar's "I'm Already There".
<HR>

<small>"Ashes By Now" - Lee Ann Womack - Gregg Horne, director </small>

"Born To Fly" - Sara Evans - Peter Zavadil, director

<small>"I Would've Loved You Anyway" - Trisha Yearwood - chris rogers, director

"There Is No Arizona" - Jamie O'Neal - Lawrence Carroll, director

"www.memory" - Alan Jackson - Morgan Lawley, director</small>

First-time nominee Peter Zavadil picks up his first CMA Award as director for "Born To Fly", while Sara Evans picks up her first-ever CMA Award in her three years of being nominated. Ms. Evans also received nominations in the Female Vocalist, Single Of The Year (as artist and co-producer), Song Of The Year (as co-writer), Album (as artist and co-producer).
Past Winners<small>
1985 "All My Rowdy Friends" -- Hank Williams Jr.
1986 "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes" -- George Jones
1987 "My Name Is Bocephus" -- Hank Williams Jr.
1988 Was not awarded in 1988
1989 "There's a Tear in My Beer" -- Hank Williams Jr. / Hank Williams Sr.
1990 "The Dance" -- Garth Brooks
1991 "The Thunder Rolls" -- Garth Brooks
1992 "Midnight in Montgomery" -- Alan Jackson
1993 "Chattahoochee" -- Alan Jackson
1994 "Independence Day" -- Martina McBride
1995 "Baby Likes to Rock It" -- The Tractors
1996 "My Wife Thinks You're Dead" -- Junior Brown
1997 "455 Rocket" -- Kathy Mattea
1998 "This Kiss" -- Faith Hill
1999 "Wide Open Spaces" -- Dixie Chicks
2000 "Goodbye Earl" -- Dixie Chicks </small>
<HR>

One of the most anticipated performances was the controversial duet by Garth and George. It was made controversial by accusations that Garth didn't really want to perform the duet, "Beer Run" on the show. Backstage Garth once again claimed that it was something he offered to do with George from the beginning saying that press reports don't always correspond to the truth. Both singers sang their butts off, with Brooks respectfully deferring to Jones who received two standing ovations. Afterward Garth said of appearing with Jones, "It was like sex, it was over before you knew it. It was very cool, I was very scared and the two standing ovations that he got really made me feel good because if anybody in this building deserves one, or two, it's him."

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You know, I realize country music gets made fun of a lot (a local sports talk show station was referring to the awards as the "Country Cletus Awards") but I have always liked the music and defended it against its detractors. A couple of those reasons were on display Wednesday night at the awards.

Country cherishes its history. That was apparent with the older stars that were brought out during the show. And also by the older style of music shown by Nickel Creek and with the "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" soundtrack winning a couple awards. Most "country" fans today might not care for that stuff (my mom kept grimacing when something traditional was being played and she loves pop-country acts like Lonestar ), but it is the bread and butter that started this music and it's great to see it recognized.

The other thing I liked about the show is it's obviously about the music. It's not about showing up and seeing what people are wearing and having your ego boosted. Some newcomers played tiny tidbits of their music going into the commercials. You wouldn't see the newest, hottest group on MTV do that on an awards show. And the number of performers at the CMAs was amazing. They would announce somebody and I would go, "Oh, look who's presenting.." and then they would come out and actually be performing. There must have been twice the number of musical performances you get on other music awards shows. Good to see country music, even if it has gotten too "poppy" lately for my tastes, keep the emphasis on the music and not just style.

That being said, I was glad to see Keith Urban take home an award and wish Sara Evans could have won a couple more. Oh, and I would take away any award that Lonestar managed to win. Some people might call me a hypocrite because Tim McGraw may be closer to pop than traditional country, but I have always been a big fan and was glad to see him take home Entertainer of the Year. And I was very glad to see "Murder on Music Row" take home Song of the Year, especially since it was up against some of the kind of music is rips.
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I agree wholeheartedly. I was also hoping Trisha Yearwood would pick up an award. While I think "Real Live Woman" is the better of her two most recent CDs, her voice is one of the best in country. And I like the fact that though she seemed to be toying with the MOR/Faith Hill style crossover.. she seems now to be returning to a more country, if not still mellow, style.

Nice to see Dann Huff finally win an award as well.

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Does anybody have an mp3 of Alan Jackson's performance? I really want to get a copy. It isn't even on Morpheus or AIMster yet.
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Originally posted by Jason Northrup
Does anybody have an mp3 of Alan Jackson's performance? I really want to get a copy. It isn't even on Morpheus or AIMster yet.
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Originally posted by KnightSkywalker


Jason YGM.
As do you.
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Thought I'd pass on this info.

Anybody looking for Alan Jackson's "Where Were You", there's plenty on WinMX. Guess 've been using the wrong file sharing system.
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Johnny Cash's American III: Solitary Man wasn't nominated at all!?!?

All award shows are garbage.
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Originally posted by Burnt Alive
Johnny Cash's American III: Solitary Man wasn't nominated at all!?!?

All award shows are garbage.
The sad truth is that if it doesn't get airplay, it doesn't get nominated for anything.

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