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  • Mar 28, 1974
    Roger Miller hosts as the Academy Of Country Music awards are telecast for the first time, on "ABC Wide World Of Entertainment." Charlie Rich comes away with three victories in the event, taped three days prior in Los Angeles
    Feb 27, 1975
    Loretta Lynn and Merle Haggard win two honors each in the 10th annual Academy of Country Music awards, hosted by Roger Miller at Los Angeles' Aquarius Theater. Lynn claims Top Female Vocalist and shares Top Vocal Group with Conway Twitty
    Mar 5, 1975
    Roger Miller hosts the 10th annual Academy of Country Music awards on "ABC Wide World Of Entertainment." Taped six days earlier, the show features double wins for Loretta Lynn, Merle Haggard and the Cal Smith hit "Country Bumpkin"
    Feb 19, 1976
    Loretta Lynn receives four honors from the Academy Of Country Music during its 11th annual awards at the Hollywood Palladium. She earns Entertainer of the Year and Top Female Vocalist as a solo act, and shares Top Vocal Group and Album of the Year, for "Feelins'," with Conway Twitty
    Mar 1, 1976
    Marty Robbins hosts the 11th annual Academy Of Country Music awards on ABC-TV. Loretta Lynn wins four trophies and Conway Twitty picks up three in the show, taped 10 days earlier at the Hollywood Palladium
    Feb 2, 1977
    Marty Robbins is named six times as the Academy of Country Music announces nominations for its awards show in Los Angeles. Mickey Gilley and Loretta Lynn each pick up five nominations
    Feb 17, 1977
    Mickey Gilley wins five ACM honors at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium: Entertainer of the Year, Top Male Vocalist, Album ("Gilley's Smokin'"), Single Record ("Bring It On Home To Me") and Song ("Don't The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time")
    Feb 24, 1977
    ABC airs the 12th annual Academy Of Country Music awards, hosted by Pat Boone and Patti Page. Taped one week prior, the event sees Mickey Gilley win five trophies
    Apr 27, 1978
    Kenny Rogers dominates the 13th annual Academy Of Country Music awards at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium, winning four honors: Top Male Vocalist; Album of the Year, for "Kenny Rogers"; and Single Record and Song of the Year, for "Lucille"
    May 23, 1978
    Kenny Rogers, Donna Fargo and Barbara Mandrell co-host the 13th annual Academy Of Country Music awards on ABC-TV. Rogers wins four times during the ceremony, taped the previous month at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium

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