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  • Jun 6, 1988
    Randy Travis carries the Music City News awards, winning four trophies, including Entertainer of the Year. His "Always And Forever" claims Album of the Year, while "Forever And Ever, Amen" captures both Single and Video honors
    Feb 2, 1989
    Ricky Van Shelton leads in nominations for The Music City News awards with five, while Dwight Yoakam, Randy Travis and The Statler Brothers bag four apiece
    Jun 5, 1989
    Ricky Van Shelton earns four trophies at The Music City News awards, while Randy Travis walks off with Entertainer of the Year
    Jan 31, 1990
    Randy Travis leads the list of finalists for the TNN/Music City News awards with five nominations. Ricky Van Shelton, The Statler Brothers and George Strait each appear three times on the ballot
    Jun 4, 1990
    Ricky Van Shelton, The Statler Brothers and Clint Black win two trophies apiece at the TNN/Music City News awards, the first in which the two companies merged their separate trophy ceremonies. Shelton takes Entertainer of the Year honors
    Jan 31, 1991
    Garth Brooks snags seven nominations in the TNN/Music City News awards, while Vince Gill finishes second with six
    Apr 29, 1991
    The Alan Jackson hit "Here In The Real World" receives The Music City News Song of the Year award
    Jun 10, 1991
    Ricky Van Shelton, Vince Gill and Alan Jackson cop two trophies each at the TNN/Music City News awards. Shelton earns Entertainer of the Year honors
    Mar 11, 1992
    Travis Tritt's "Here's A Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" wins The Music City News Song of the Year award
    Jun 8, 1992
    Alan Jackson takes three trophies at the TNN/Music City News awards, held at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House. Garth Brooks wins Entertainer of the Year

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