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22nd American Music Awards
(held January 30, 1995)

Vince Gill
"Whenever You Come Around"
Vince Gill - When Love Finds You other nominees:

Tim McGraw - "Indian Outlaw"
John Michael Montgomery
- "I Swear"
21st American Music Awards
(held February 7, 1994)

Alan Jackson
"Chattahoochee"
Alan Jackson - A Lot About Livin' (And A Little 'Bout Love) other nominees:

Clint Black & Wynonna - "A Bad Goodbye"
Dolly Parton & Friends - "Romeo"
20th American Music Awards
(held January 25, 1993)

Billy Ray Cyrus
"Achy Breaky Heart"
Billy Ray Cyrus other nominees:

Garth Brooks - "The River"
Vince Gill - "I Still Believe In You"
19th American Music Awards
(held January 27, 1992)

Garth Brooks
"The Thunder Rolls"
Garth Brooks - No Fences other nominees:

Travis Tritt - "Here's A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)r"
Trisha Yearwood - "She's In Love With The Boy"
18th American Music Awards
(held January 28, 1991)

Garth Brooks
"If Tomorrow Never Comes"
Garth Brooks - Garth Brooks other nominees:

The Judds - "Born To Be Blue"
George Strait - "Love Without End"
17th American Music Awards
(held January 22, 1990)

Randy Travis
"Deeper Than The Holler"
Randy Travis - Old 8 x 10 other nominees:

Alabama - "If I Had You"
George Strait - "Baby's Gotten Good At Goodbye"
16th American Music Awards
(held January 30, 1989)

Randy Travis
"I Told You So"
Randy Travis - Always And Forever other nominees:

Alabama - "Fallin' Again"
Kathy Mattea- "Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses"
15th American Music Awards
(held January 25, 1988)

Randy Travis
"Forever And Ever, Amen"
Randy Travis - Always And Forever other nominees:

George Strait - "Ocean Front Property"
Hank Williams, Jr. - "Born To Boogie"
14th American Music Awards
(held January 26, 1987)

The Judds
"Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout The Good Old Days) "
The Judds - Rockin' With The Rhythm other nominees:

Dan Seals - "Everything That Glitters Is Not Gold"
Randy Travis - "Diggin' Up Bones"
Steve Wariner - "You Can Dream Of Me"
13th American Music Awards
(held January 27, 1986)

Willie Nelson
"Forgiving You Was Easy"
Willie Nelson - Me And Paul other nominees:

Alabama - "There's No Way"
Lee Greenwood - "Dixie Road"
12th American Music Awards
(held January 28, 1985)

Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton
"Islands In The Stream"
Kenny Rogers - Eyes That See In The Dark other nominees:

The Judds - "Mama He's Crazy"
Anne Murray - "A Little Good News"
11th American Music Awards
(held January 16, 1984)

Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton
"Islands In The Stream"
Kenny Rogers - Eyes That See In The Dark other nominees:

Alabama - "Dixieland Delight"
John Anderson - "Swingin'"
The Oak Ridge Boys - "Love Song"
10th American Music Awards
(held January 17, 1983)

Kenny Rogers
"Love Will Turn You Around"
Kenny Rogers - Share Your Love other nominees:

Oak Ridge Boys - "Bobbie Sue"
Sylvia - "Nobody"
9th American Music Awards
(held January 25, 1982)

Anne Murray
"Could I Have This Dance?" and
Willie Nelson
"On The Road Again" (tie)
Willie Nelson - Honeysuckle Rose other nominees:

Alabama - "Feels So Right"
Ronnie Milsap - "(There's) No Gettin' Over Me"
8th American Music Awards
(held January 30, 1981)

Kenny Rogers
"Coward Of The County"
Kenny Rogers - "Coward Of The County" (Single) from the LP 'Kenny' other nominees:

Crystal Gayle - "If You Ever Change Your Mind"
Kenny Rogers & Kim Carnes - "Don't Fall In Love With A Dreamer"
7th American Music Awards
(held January 18, 1980)

Barbara Mandrell
"Sleeping Single In A Double Bed"
Barbara Mandrell other nominees:

Waylon Jennings - "Amanda"
Eddie Rabbitt - "Suspicions"
6th American Music Awards
(held January 12, 1979)

Linda Ronstadt
"Blue Bayou"
Linda Ronstadt - Simple Dreams other nominees:

Dolly Parton - "Here you Come Again"
Johnny Paycheck - "Take This Job And Shove It"
5th American Music Awards
(held January 16, 1978)

Kenny Rogers
"Lucille"
Kenny Rogers other nominees:

Glen Campbell - "Southern Nights"
Loretta Lynn - "She's Got You"
4th American Music Awards
(held January 31, 1977)

Willie Nelson
"Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain"
Willie Nelson - Red Headed Stranger other nominees:

Loretta Lynn - "Somebody Somewhere"
C.W. McCall - "Convoy"
3rd American Music Awards
(held January 24, 1976)

Glen Campbell
"Rhinestone Cowboy"
Glen Campbell other nominees:

Freddy Fender - "Before The Next Teardrop Falls"
Willie Nelson - "Blue Eyes Cryin' In The Rain"
2nd American Music Awards
(held February 18, 1975)

Charlie Rich
"The Most Beautiful Girl In The World"
Charlie Rich - Behind Close Doors other nominees:

Merle Haggard - "If We Make It Through December"
Charley Pride - "Mississippi Cotton Pickin' Delta Town"
1st American Music Awards
(held February 19, 1974)

Charlie Rich
"Behind Close Doors"
Charlie Rich - Behind Close Doors  

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