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Artist/Song/Album Name Award Category Year Credits Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Cliffie Stone Icon Award 2018 Winner
Forever Country Video of the Year 2016 Artists: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Eric Church, Ronnie Milsap, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Dolly Parton
Producers:
Sarah Trahern, Damon Whiteside, Shane McAnally
Record Label:
MCA Nashville
Director:
Joseph Kahn
Producers:
Nathan de la Rionda, Jil Hardin, Charleen Manca, Joanna Carter, Chandra LaPlume
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
50th Anniversary Milestone Award 2014 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo of the Year 2009 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo 2007 Winner
Building Bridges Vocal Event of the Year 2006 Arista Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Sheryl Crow - Artist
Tony Brown - Producer
Vince Gill - Artist
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
The Home Depot Humanitarian Award 2006 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo 2006 Winner
Believe Song of the Year 2005 Big Loud Shirt Industries (ASCAP) - Publisher
Craig Wiseman (ASCAP) - Songwriter
Ronnie Dunn (BMI) - Songwriter
Showbilly Music (BMI) - Publisher
Sony / ATV Tree Publishing Co. (BMI) - Publisher
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Triple Crown 2005 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo 2005 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo of the Year 2004 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo of the Year 2003 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo 2002 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 2001 Winner
Only in America Video of the Year 2001 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Merriman - Director
Stephanie Reeves - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Music - Publisher
Don Cook - Composer
Don Cook - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Rogers - Composer
Route 6 (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree - Publisher
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo 2001 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo 2000 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo/Group 1997 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 1996 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duet 1996 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 1995 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Duet 1995 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Duet 1994 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duet 1993 Winner
Brand New Man Album of the Year 1992 Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Winner
Boot Scootin' Boogie Single Record of the Year 1992 Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Alfred Avenue Music - Publisher
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Tree Publishing (ASCAP/BMI) - Publisher
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duet 1992 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top New Vocal Duet or Group 1991 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duet 1991 Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Cliffie Stone Icon Award
2018
Winner
Forever Country
Video of the Year
2016
Artists: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Eric Church, Ronnie Milsap, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Dolly Parton
Producers:
Sarah Trahern, Damon Whiteside, Shane McAnally
Record Label:
MCA Nashville
Director:
Joseph Kahn
Producers:
Nathan de la Rionda, Jil Hardin, Charleen Manca, Joanna Carter, Chandra LaPlume
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
50th Anniversary Milestone Award
2014
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo of the Year
2009
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo
2007
Winner
Building Bridges
Vocal Event of the Year
2006
Arista Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Sheryl Crow - Artist
Tony Brown - Producer
Vince Gill - Artist
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
The Home Depot Humanitarian Award
2006
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo
2006
Winner
Believe
Song of the Year
2005
Big Loud Shirt Industries (ASCAP) - Publisher
Craig Wiseman (ASCAP) - Songwriter
Ronnie Dunn (BMI) - Songwriter
Showbilly Music (BMI) - Publisher
Sony / ATV Tree Publishing Co. (BMI) - Publisher
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Triple Crown
2005
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo
2005
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo of the Year
2004
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo of the Year
2003
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo
2002
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
2001
Winner
Only in America
Video of the Year
2001
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Merriman - Director
Stephanie Reeves - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Music - Publisher
Don Cook - Composer
Don Cook - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Rogers - Composer
Route 6 (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree - Publisher
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo
2001
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo
2000
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo/Group
1997
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
1996
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duet
1996
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
1995
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Duet
1995
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Duet
1994
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duet
1993
Winner
Brand New Man
Album of the Year
1992
Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Winner
Boot Scootin' Boogie
Single Record of the Year
1992
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Alfred Avenue Music - Publisher
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Tree Publishing (ASCAP/BMI) - Publisher
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duet
1992
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top New Vocal Duet or Group
1991
Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duet
1991
Winner

Nominees Search Results

Artist/Song/Album Name Award Category Year Credits Winner
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Duo of the Year 2023 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Duo of the Year 2022 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Duo of the Year 2021 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Duo of the Year 2020 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Duo of the Year 2019 Nominee
Forever Country Vocal Event of the Year 2016 Artists: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Eric Church, Ronnie Milsap, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Dolly Parton
Producers:
Sarah Trahern, Damon Whiteside, Shane McAnally
Record Label:
MCA Nashville
Director:
Joseph Kahn
Producers:
Nathan de la Rionda, Jil Hardin, Charleen Manca, Joanna Carter, Chandra LaPlume
Nominee
Honky Tonk Stomp Vocal Event of the Year 2009 Arista Nashville - Record Company
Billy Gibbons - Artist
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Terry McBride - Producer
Nominee
Cowgirls Don't Cry Vocal Event of the Year 2008 Arista Nashville - Record Label
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Reba McEntire - Artist
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Tony Brown - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo 2008 Nominee
Hillbilly Deluxe Album of the Year 2006 Arista Nashville - Record Company
Bob DiPiero - Producer
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Tom Shapiro - Producer
Tony Brown - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 2006 Nominee
Hillbilly Deluxe Video of the Year 2006 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Mark Kalbfeld - Producer
Michael Salomon - Director
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 2005 Nominee
Believe Single Record of the Year 2005 Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Tony Brown - Producer
Nominee
Believe Video of the Year 2005 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
George Flanigen - Director
Robert Deaton - Director
Steve Lamar - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 2004 Nominee
Red Dirt Road Album of the Year 2003 Arista Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Songs (BMI) - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Showbilly Music (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 2003 Nominee
Red Dirt Road Single Record of the Year 2003 Arista Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Songs (BMI) - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Showbilly Music (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
Red Dirt Road Song of the Year 2003 Arista Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Songs (BMI) - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Showbilly Music (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 2002 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
The Home Depot Humanitarian Award 2002 Nominee
Steers & Stripes Album of the Year 2001 Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Nominee
Ain't Nothing 'Bout You Single Record of the Year 2001 Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
Only in America Song of the Year 2001 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Merriman - Director
Stephanie Reeves - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Music - Publisher
Don Cook - Composer
Don Cook - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Rogers - Composer
Route 6 (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree - Publisher
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
The Home Depot Humanitarian Award 2001 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 2000 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo/Group 1999 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 1998 Nominee
If You See Him/If You See Her Vocal Event of the Year 1998 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Reba McEntire - Artist
Tim DuBois - Producer
Tony Brown - Producer
Nominee
Husbands And Wives Song of the Year 1998 Brooks & Dunn - Artist

Roger Miller - Composer

Roger Miller Music (BMI) - Publisher
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Top Vocal Duo/Group 1998 Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 1997 Nominee
Borderline Album of the Year 1996 Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
My Maria Single Record of the Year 1996 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Oblowitz - Director
Patricia Friedman - Producer
Scott Rattray - Producer
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Don Cook - Producer
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
B.W. Stevenson - Composer
Bug House Music (BMI) - Publisher
Daniel Moore - Composer
Music Corporation of America, Inc. - Publisher
Prophecy Pub., Inc. (ASCAP) - Publisher
Nominee
My Maria Song of the Year 1996 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Oblowitz - Director
Patricia Friedman - Producer
Scott Rattray - Producer
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Don Cook - Producer
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
B.W. Stevenson - Composer
Bug House Music (BMI) - Publisher
Daniel Moore - Composer
Music Corporation of America, Inc. - Publisher
Prophecy Pub., Inc. (ASCAP) - Publisher
Nominee
My Maria Video of the Year 1996 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Oblowitz - Director
Patricia Friedman - Producer
Scott Rattray - Producer
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Don Cook - Producer
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
B.W. Stevenson - Composer
Bug House Music (BMI) - Publisher
Daniel Moore - Composer
Music Corporation of America, Inc. - Publisher
Prophecy Pub., Inc. (ASCAP) - Publisher
Nominee
Waitin' On Sundown Album of the Year 1995 Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Nominee
You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone Single Record of the Year 1995 Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Nominee
You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone Song of the Year 1995 Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Buffalo Prairie Music - Publisher
Don Cook - Songwriter
Don Cook Music (BMI) - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Showbilly Music - Publisher
Tree Publishing - Publisher
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Brooks & Dunn dominated country radio for two decades, from 1991's "Brand New Man" to 2009's "Cowboys Don't Cry." They landed their first ACM Awards for 1991 Vocal Duo and New Vocal Duet or Group. They claimed the Vocal Duo category 16 times, setting a record that may never be broken. Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn shot out of the gate as Brand New Man won the 1992 ACM Award for Album of the Year, while "Boot Scootin' Boogie" picked up Single Record of the Year. They earned Entertainer of the Year honors for 1995 and 1996, the only duo to ever win the award. They picked up a third Entertainer award and a Music Video of the Year trophy for "Only in America" for 2001 Among their 41 Top 10 hits are signature songs include "My Next Broken Heart," "My Maria," 'Ain't Nothin' 'Bout You" and "Red Dirt Road," while the stunning "Believe" picked up 2005 ACM Song of the Year. Known as one of country's most dynamic live acts, Brooks & Dunn is in the midst of a Las Vegas residency with Re
ba. The duo's newest project, Reboot, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's country albums chart this year.
Entertainer of the Year 1994 Nominee
Hard Workin' Man Album of the Year 1993 Arista Records - Record
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Nominee
Common Thread: Songs of the Eagles Album of the Year 1993 Alan Jackson - Artist
Billy Dean - Artist
Billy Dean - Producer
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Christy DiNapoli - Producer
Clint Black - Artist
Diamond Rio - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Doug Grau - Producer
Garth Fundis - Producer
Giant Records - Record Company
James Stroud - Producer
Jerry Crutchfield - Producer
John Anderson - Artist
Keith Stegall - Producer
Little Texas - Artist
Lorrie Morgan - Artist
Lynn Peterzell - Producer
Monty Powell - Producer
Richard Landis - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Suzy Bogguss - Artist
Suzy Bogguss - Producer
Tanya Tucker - Artist
Tony Brown - Producer
Travis Tritt - Artist
Trisha Yearwood - Artist
Vince Gill - Artist
Nominee
Boot Scootin' Boogie Song of the Year 1992 Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Alfred Avenue Music - Publisher
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Tree Publishing (ASCAP/BMI) - Publisher
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Duo of the Year
2023
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Duo of the Year
2022
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Duo of the Year
2021
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Duo of the Year
2020
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Duo of the Year
2019
Nominee
Forever Country
Vocal Event of the Year
2016
Artists: Keith Urban, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Dierks Bentley, Lady A, Darius Rucker, Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Brooks & Dunn, Brett Eldredge, Reba McEntire, Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Faith Hill, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, George Strait, Eric Church, Ronnie Milsap, Charley Pride, Willie Nelson, Alabama, Alan Jackson, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Vince Gill, Dolly Parton
Producers:
Sarah Trahern, Damon Whiteside, Shane McAnally
Record Label:
MCA Nashville
Director:
Joseph Kahn
Producers:
Nathan de la Rionda, Jil Hardin, Charleen Manca, Joanna Carter, Chandra LaPlume
Nominee
Honky Tonk Stomp
Vocal Event of the Year
2009
Arista Nashville - Record Company
Billy Gibbons - Artist
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Terry McBride - Producer
Nominee
Cowgirls Don't Cry
Vocal Event of the Year
2008
Arista Nashville - Record Label
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Reba McEntire - Artist
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Tony Brown - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo
2008
Nominee
Hillbilly Deluxe
Album of the Year
2006
Arista Nashville - Record Company
Bob DiPiero - Producer
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Tom Shapiro - Producer
Tony Brown - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
2006
Nominee
Hillbilly Deluxe
Video of the Year
2006
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Mark Kalbfeld - Producer
Michael Salomon - Director
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
2005
Nominee
Believe
Single Record of the Year
2005
Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Tony Brown - Producer
Nominee
Believe
Video of the Year
2005
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
George Flanigen - Director
Robert Deaton - Director
Steve Lamar - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
2004
Nominee
Red Dirt Road
Album of the Year
2003
Arista Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Songs (BMI) - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Showbilly Music (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
2003
Nominee
Red Dirt Road
Single Record of the Year
2003
Arista Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Songs (BMI) - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Showbilly Music (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
Red Dirt Road
Song of the Year
2003
Arista Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Songs (BMI) - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Showbilly Music (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (BMI) - Publisher
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
2002
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
The Home Depot Humanitarian Award
2002
Nominee
Steers & Stripes
Album of the Year
2001
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Nominee
Ain't Nothing 'Bout You
Single Record of the Year
2001
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Kix Brooks - Producer
Mark Wright - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
Only in America
Song of the Year
2001
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Merriman - Director
Stephanie Reeves - Producer
Buffalo Prairie Music - Publisher
Don Cook - Composer
Don Cook - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Rogers - Composer
Route 6 (BMI) - Publisher
Sony/ATV Tree - Publisher
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
The Home Depot Humanitarian Award
2001
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
2000
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo/Group
1999
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
1998
Nominee
If You See Him/If You See Her
Vocal Event of the Year
1998
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Reba McEntire - Artist
Tim DuBois - Producer
Tony Brown - Producer
Nominee
Husbands And Wives
Song of the Year
1998
Brooks & Dunn - Artist

Roger Miller - Composer

Roger Miller Music (BMI) - Publisher
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Top Vocal Duo/Group
1998
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
1997
Nominee
Borderline
Album of the Year
1996
Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
Nominee
My Maria
Single Record of the Year
1996
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Oblowitz - Director
Patricia Friedman - Producer
Scott Rattray - Producer
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Don Cook - Producer
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
B.W. Stevenson - Composer
Bug House Music (BMI) - Publisher
Daniel Moore - Composer
Music Corporation of America, Inc. - Publisher
Prophecy Pub., Inc. (ASCAP) - Publisher
Nominee
My Maria
Song of the Year
1996
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Oblowitz - Director
Patricia Friedman - Producer
Scott Rattray - Producer
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Don Cook - Producer
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
B.W. Stevenson - Composer
Bug House Music (BMI) - Publisher
Daniel Moore - Composer
Music Corporation of America, Inc. - Publisher
Prophecy Pub., Inc. (ASCAP) - Publisher
Nominee
My Maria
Video of the Year
1996
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Michael Oblowitz - Director
Patricia Friedman - Producer
Scott Rattray - Producer
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Don Cook - Producer
Kix Brooks - Producer
Ronnie Dunn - Producer
B.W. Stevenson - Composer
Bug House Music (BMI) - Publisher
Daniel Moore - Composer
Music Corporation of America, Inc. - Publisher
Prophecy Pub., Inc. (ASCAP) - Publisher
Nominee
Waitin' On Sundown
Album of the Year
1995
Arista - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Nominee
You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone
Single Record of the Year
1995
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Nominee
You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone
Song of the Year
1995
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Buffalo Prairie Music - Publisher
Don Cook - Songwriter
Don Cook Music (BMI) - Publisher
Kix Brooks - Composer
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Showbilly Music - Publisher
Tree Publishing - Publisher
Nominee
Brooks & Dunn
Entertainer of the Year
1994
Nominee
Hard Workin' Man
Album of the Year
1993
Arista Records - Record
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Nominee
Common Thread: Songs of the Eagles
Album of the Year
1993
Alan Jackson - Artist
Billy Dean - Artist
Billy Dean - Producer
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Christy DiNapoli - Producer
Clint Black - Artist
Diamond Rio - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Doug Grau - Producer
Garth Fundis - Producer
Giant Records - Record Company
James Stroud - Producer
Jerry Crutchfield - Producer
John Anderson - Artist
Keith Stegall - Producer
Little Texas - Artist
Lorrie Morgan - Artist
Lynn Peterzell - Producer
Monty Powell - Producer
Richard Landis - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Suzy Bogguss - Artist
Suzy Bogguss - Producer
Tanya Tucker - Artist
Tony Brown - Producer
Travis Tritt - Artist
Trisha Yearwood - Artist
Vince Gill - Artist
Nominee
Boot Scootin' Boogie
Song of the Year
1992
Arista Records Nashville - Record Company
Brooks & Dunn - Artist
Don Cook - Producer
Scott Hendricks - Producer
Alfred Avenue Music - Publisher
Ronnie Dunn - Composer
Tree Publishing (ASCAP/BMI) - Publisher
Nominee