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  • May 16, 1996
    The Academy of Country Music's K-Tel album "The 101 Greatest Country Hits" is certified gold by the RIAA. The 10-CD set features 87 hitmakers from the 1940s through the '80s, though many of the cuts are not the original versions
    Mar 3, 1997
    Brooks & Dunn secure six nominations from the Academy of Country Music for its annual awards. George Strait and LeAnn Rimes are each mentioned five times, while Deana Carter, Alan Jackson and Tracy Lawrence are triple nominees
    Apr 23, 1997
    LeAnn Rimes wins three times at the 32nd annual Academy of Country Music awards, aired by NBC from the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles. She's named Top New Female Vocalist, while "Blue" takes Song and Single Record of the Year
    May 9, 1997
    The Academy of Country Music's 10-disc K-Tel album "The 101 Greatest Country Hits" is certified platinum by the RIAA. It opens with Marty Robbin's "El Paso" and closes with a re-recorded version of Del Reeves' "Girl On The Billboard"
    Feb 23, 1998
    Tim McGraw tops the list with seven Academy of Country Music Awards nominations. Faith Hill, George Strait and Trisha Yearwood rack up four apiece. Yearwood and LeAnn Rimes compete for Single of the Year with their versions of "How Do I Live"
    Apr 22, 1998
    "It's Your Love" propels Tim McGraw and Faith Hill to four wins in CBS' telecast of the 33rd annual Academy of Country Music Awards at Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre: Single Record, Song, Video and Vocal Event of the Year
    Mar 8, 1999
    Faith Hill earns six nominations for the Academy of Country Music's "Hat" awards. Garth Brooks, Steve Wariner and Brooks & Dunn each appear four times on the ballot
    May 5, 1999
    Faith Hill takes four trophies in the 34th annual Academy of Country Music awards on CBS from Los Angeles. She wins Single Record and Video of the Year, for "This Kiss"; claims Top Female Vocalist; and shares Vocal Event with Tim McGraw, for "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me"
    Mar 1, 2000
    Faith Hill, Tim McGraw and The Dixie Chicks nab five nominations apiece in the 35th annual Academy of Country Music Awards. Brad Paisley, in his first year of eligibility, hears his name four times, while George Jones and Lonestar get three nods each
    May 3, 2000
    "Amazed" wins Single Record of the Year for Lonestar and producer Dann Huff, and claims Song of the Year for Lonestar and songwriters Aimee Mayo, Marv Green and Chris Lindsey during the 35th Academy of Country Music awards, aired by CBS from Los Angeles' Universal Amphitheatre

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