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Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Country Music Association Award for Entertainer of the Year
CountryUnited States
Presented byCountry Music Association
First awarded1967
Currently held byKeith Urban (2018)

The Country Music Association Awards is a major awards show in country music, with the highest honor being the award for Entertainer of the Year. Garth Brooks has won the most awards with six. In 1972, Loretta Lynn became the first female artist to be honored with this award. Barbara Mandrell became the first artist to win twice.[1]

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Recipients

Six-time entertainer recipient Garth Brooks
Six-time entertainer recipient Garth Brooks
George Strait received the award in 1989, 1990 and 2013
George Strait received the award in 1989, 1990 and 2013
Taylor Swift is the youngest artist and second woman to win twice
Taylor Swift is the youngest artist and second woman to win twice
Brad Paisley received the honor in 2010
Brad Paisley received the honor in 2010
Four-time recipient Kenny Chesney
Four-time recipient Kenny Chesney
Back-to-back winner Alan Jackson
Back-to-back winner Alan Jackson
Dixie Chicks are the only female group to be crowned
Dixie Chicks are the only female group to be crowned
Shania Twain was the first non-American winner
Shania Twain was the first non-American winner
Two-time recipient Vince Gill is also a five-time male vocalist
Two-time recipient Vince Gill is also a five-time male vocalist
1986 winner Reba McEntire
1986 winner Reba McEntire
Alabama have received the honor three times
Alabama have received the honor three times
Barbara Mandrell is the first person to win twice
Barbara Mandrell is the first person to win twice
1979 recipient Willie Nelson
1979 recipient Willie Nelson
1978 entertainer of the year Dolly Parton is also a two-time female vocalist
1978 entertainer of the year Dolly Parton is also a two-time female vocalist
Loretta Lynn is the first woman to win entertainer of the year
Loretta Lynn is the first woman to win entertainer of the year
1971 recipient Charley Pride was the only person of colour to win a CMA award until 2009
1971 recipient Charley Pride was the only person of colour to win a CMA award until 2009
1968 recipient Glen Campbell
1968 recipient Glen Campbell
Year Winner Nominees
2018[2]
Blue ribbon
Keith Urban
2017[3]
Blue ribbon
Garth Brooks
2016[4]
Blue ribbon
Garth Brooks
2015[5]
Blue ribbon
Luke Bryan
2014[6]
Blue ribbon
Luke Bryan
2013[7]
Blue ribbon
George Strait
2012[8]
Blue ribbon
Blake Shelton
2011[9]
Blue ribbon
Taylor Swift
2010[10]
Blue ribbon
Brad Paisley
2009
Blue ribbon
Taylor Swift
2008
Blue ribbon
Kenny Chesney
2007
Blue ribbon
Kenny Chesney
2006
Blue ribbon
Kenny Chesney
2005
Blue ribbon
Keith Urban
2004
Blue ribbon
Kenny Chesney
2003
Blue ribbon
Alan Jackson
2002
Blue ribbon
Alan Jackson
2001
Blue ribbon
Tim McGraw
2000
Blue ribbon
Dixie Chicks
1999
Blue ribbon
Shania Twain
1998
Blue ribbon
Garth Brooks
1997
Blue ribbon
Garth Brooks
1996
Blue ribbon
Brooks & Dunn
1995
Blue ribbon
Alan Jackson
1994
Blue ribbon
Vince Gill
1993
Blue ribbon
Vince Gill
1992
Blue ribbon
Garth Brooks
1991
Blue ribbon
Garth Brooks
1990
Blue ribbon
George Strait
1989
Blue ribbon
George Strait
1988
Blue ribbon
Hank Williams, Jr.
1987
Blue ribbon
Hank Williams, Jr.
1986
Blue ribbon
Reba McEntire
1985
Blue ribbon
Ricky Skaggs
1984
Blue ribbon
Alabama
1983
Blue ribbon
Alabama
1982
Blue ribbon
Alabama
1981
Blue ribbon
Barbara Mandrell
1980
Blue ribbon
Barbara Mandrell
1979
Blue ribbon
Willie Nelson
1978
Blue ribbon
Dolly Parton
1977
Blue ribbon
Ronnie Milsap
1976
Blue ribbon
Mel Tillis
1975
Blue ribbon
John Denver
1974
Blue ribbon
Charlie Rich
1973
Blue ribbon
Roy Clark
1972
Blue ribbon
Loretta Lynn
1971
Blue ribbon
Charley Pride
1970
Blue ribbon
Merle Haggard
1969
Blue ribbon
Johnny Cash
1968
Blue ribbon
Glen Campbell
1967
Blue ribbon
Eddy Arnold

See also

References

  1. ^ "Nominees and Winners - 2017 CMA Awards".
  2. ^ McCarthy, Kelly (August 28, 2018). "2018 CMA Awards nominations: See the full list". ABC News. Retrieved August 28, 2018.
  3. ^ "Snubs and Surprises of 2017 CMA Awards Nominees: Taylor Swift Returns, Blake Shelton Nowhere to be Found".
  4. ^ "2016 cma winners - Google Search". www.google.co.uk.
  5. ^ "CMA Awards 2015: The Complete Winners List".
  6. ^ "CMA Awards 2014: And the Winners Are ..."
  7. ^ "CMA Awards 2013: Full Winners List".
  8. ^ "2012 CMA Awards Winners – Full List". Taste of Country.
  9. ^ "2011 CMA Awards Winners". The Boot.
  10. ^ "CMA Awards 2010: List of Winners".
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