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Academy Of Country Music Awards - Triple-Crown Award
... The honor distinguishes achievement in a solo artist winning the Top New Male/Female Vocalist and/or Top New Artist category, Male/Female Vocalist of the Year ... Kenny Chesney Top New Male Vocalist 1997 Top Male Vocalist 2002 Entertainer of the Year 2004 Merle Haggard Top New Male Vocalist 1965 Top Male Vocalist 1966 Entertainer of the Year 1970 Mickey Gilley ...
Academy Of Country Music Awards - Awards By Year - 2000s
... of the Year How Do You Like Me Now?! – Toby Keith Top Male Vocalist Toby Keith Top Female Vocalist Faith Hill Top Vocal Duo Brooks Dunn Top Vocal ...
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Academy Of Country Music Awards - Awards By Year - 1970s
... the Good Times" – Ray Price Album of the Year For the Good Times – Ray Price Top Male Vocalist Merle Haggard Top Female Vocalist Lynn Anderson Top Vocal Group The ... Donna Fargo Top Male Vocalist Merle Haggard Top Female Vocalist Donna Fargo Top Vocal Group The Statler Brothers Top New Male Vocalist Johnny Rodriguez Top New Female ... Bannon Top New Female Vocalist Lacy J ...
Academy Of Country Music Awards - Awards By Year - 1990s
... Album of the Year No Fences – Garth Brooks Top Male Vocalist Garth Brooks Top Female Vocalist Reba McEntire Top Vocal Duo The Judds Top Vocal Group Shenandoah Top New Male ... Michael Montgomery Album of the Year Not a Moment Too Soon – Tim McGraw Top Male Vocalist Alan Jackson Top Female Vocalist Reba McEntire Top Vocal Duo Brooks Dunn Top Vocal Group The ...

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