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  • Mar 2, 1993
    Garth Brooks, Brooks & Dunn, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Billy Ray Cyrus each nab four nominations in the Academy Of Country Music awards. Brooks and Cyrus battle for Entertainer of the Year with Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire and Travis Tritt
    May 11, 1993
    Brooks & Dunn claim three honors during the NBC telecast of the 28th annual Academy Of Country Music awards from Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre: Top Vocal Duet; Single Record of the Year, for "Boot Scootin' Boogie"; and Album of the Year, for "Brand New Man"
    Mar 8, 1994
    Alan Jackson and Reba McEntire collect seven nominations apiece to lead the list of finalists for the Academy of Country Music Awards. Clint Black appears five times on the list, while Linda Davis, Garth Brooks and Travis Tritt get four mentions
    May 3, 1994
    Garth Brooks wins two honors--Entertainer and Video of the Year--at the 29th Academy Of Country Music awards on NBC, though he's not in Los Angeles to receive them. His wife, Sandy, gives birth to August Anna that night in Nashville
    Feb 1, 1995
    K-Tel releases the Academy Of Country Music's 10-CD box set "The 101 Greatest Country Hits," with Marty Robbins' "El Paso" launching the set. Forty-eight of the tracks in the collection, which highlights 87 hitmakers from the 1950s through the '80s, are not the originals
    Feb 7, 1995
    Bill Boyd dies at home in Burbank, California, from a heart attack. The former radio personality and TV consultant spent his final 14 years as the executive director of the Academy of Country Music
    Feb 27, 1995
    Alan Jackson leads the field with six nominations for the Academy of Country Music awards. Garth Brooks nets five, Vince Gill and John Michael Montgomery nab four each, and Patty Loveless collects three
    May 10, 1995
    Reba McEntire leads a pack of four double-winners in the 30th annual Academy of Country Music Awards, broadcast live on NBC-TV from Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre. She reclaims Entertainer of the Year and Top Female Vocalist
    Feb 26, 1996
    Tim McGraw and Brooks & Dunn capture five nominations apiece for the Academy of Country Music awards
    Apr 24, 1996
    Brooks & Dunn win a pair of honors at the 31st annual Academy Of Country Music awards, shown by NBC from Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre. Co-hosting with Faith Hill, they claim Entertainer of the Year and Top Vocal Duet

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