Country Music Association Awards

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The Country Music Association Awards, also known as the CMA Awards, or the CMAs, are music awards voted on by business members of the Country Music Association.

Major awards[change | change source]

Year Entertainer of the Year Male Vocalist of the Year Female Vocalist of the Year Song of the Year
2011 Taylor Swift Blake Shelton Miranda Lambert Kimberly Perry – "If I Die Young"
2010 Brad Paisley Blake Shelton Miranda Lambert Tom Douglas, Allen Shamblin – "The House That Built Me"
2009 Taylor Swift Brad Paisley Taylor Swift Jamey Johnson, Lee Thomas Miller, James Otto – "In Color"
2008 Kenny Chesney Brad Paisley Carrie Underwood Jennifer Nettles – "Stay"
2007 Kenny Chesney Brad Paisley Carrie Underwood Bill Anderson, Jamey Johnson, Buddy Cannon – "Give It Away"
2006 Kenny Chesney Keith Urban Carrie Underwood Craig Wiseman, Ronnie Dunn – "Believe"
2005 Keith Urban Keith Urban Gretchen Wilson Bill Anderson, Jon Randall – "Whiskey Lullaby"
2004 Kenny Chesney Keith Urban Martina McBride Craig Wiseman, Tim Nichols – "Live Like You Were Dying"
2003 Alan Jackson Alan Jackson Martina McBride Doug Johnson, Kim Williams – "Three Wooden Crosses"
2002 Alan Jackson Alan Jackson Martina McBride Alan Jackson – "Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)"
2001 Tim McGraw Toby Keith Lee Ann Womack Larry Cordle, Larry Shell – "Murder on Music Row"
2000 Dixie Chicks Tim McGraw Faith Hill Mark D. Sanders, Tia Sillers – "I Hope You Dance"
1999 Shania Twain Tim McGraw Martina McBride Beth Neilsen Chapman, Annie Roboff, Rob Lerner – "This Kiss"
1998 Garth Brooks George Strait Trisha Yearwood Steve Wariner, Billy Kirsch – "Holes in the Floor of Heaven"
1997 Garth Brooks George Strait Trisha Yearwood Matraca Berg, Gary Harrison – "Strawberry Wine"
1996 Brooks & Dunn George Strait Patty Loveless Vince Gill – "Go Rest High on That Mountain"
1995 Alan Jackson Vince Gill Alison Krauss Gretchen Peters – "Independence Day"
1994 Vince Gill Vince Gill Pam Tillis Alan Jackson, Jim McBride – "Chattahoochee"
1993 Vince Gill Vince Gill Mary Chapin Carpenter John Barlow Jarvis, Vince Gill – "I Still Believe in You"
1992 Garth Brooks Vince Gill Mary Chapin Carpenter Max D. Barnes, Vince Gill – "Look at Us"
1991 Garth Brooks Vince Gill Tanya Tucker Tim DuBois, Vince Gill – "When I Call Your Name"
1990 George Strait Clint Black Kathy Mattea Don Henry, Jon Vezner – "Where've You Been"
1989 George Strait Ricky Van Shelton Kathy Mattea Max D. Barnes, Vern Gosdin – "Chiseled in Stone"
1988 Hank Williams, Jr. Randy Travis K. T. Oslin K. T. Oslin – "80's Ladies"
1987 Hank Williams, Jr. Randy Travis Reba McEntire Paul Overstreet, Don Schlitz – "Forever and Ever, Amen"
1986 Reba McEntire George Strait Reba McEntire Paul Overstreet, Don Schlitz – "On the Other Hand"
1985 Ricky Skaggs George Strait Reba McEntire Lee Greenwood – "God Bless the USA"
1984 Alabama Lee Greenwood Reba McEntire Larry Henley, Jeff Silbar – "Wind Beneath My Wings"
1983 Alabama Lee Greenwood Janie Fricke Wayne Carson Thompson, Johnny Christopher, Mark James – "Always on My Mind"
1982 Alabama Ricky Skaggs Janie Fricke Wayne Carson Thompson, Johnny Christopher, Mark James – "Always on My Mind"
1981 Barbara Mandrell George Jones Barbara Mandrell Bobby Braddock, Curly Putman – "He Stopped Loving Her Today"
1980 Barbara Mandrell George Jones Emmylou Harris Bobby Braddock, Curly Putman – "He Stopped Loving Her Today"
1979 Willie Nelson Kenny Rogers Barbara Mandrell Don Schlitz – "The Gambler"
1978 Dolly Parton Don Williams Crystal Gayle Richard Leigh – "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"
1977 Ronnie Milsap Ronnie Milsap Crystal Gayle Roger Bowling, Hal Bynum – "Lucille"
1976 Mel Tillis Ronnie Milsap Dolly Parton Larry Weiss – "Rhinestone Cowboy"
1975 John Denver Waylon Jennings Dolly Parton John Denver – "Back Home Again"
1974 Charlie Rich Ronnie Milsap Olivia Newton-John Don Wayne – "Country Bumpkin"
1973 Roy Clark Charlie Rich Loretta Lynn Kenny O'Dell – "Behind Closed Doors"
1972 Loretta Lynn Charley Pride Loretta Lynn Freddie Hart – "Easy Loving"
1971 Charley Pride Charley Pride Lynn Anderson Freddie Hart – "Easy Loving"
1970 Merle Haggard Merle Haggard Tammy Wynette Kris Kristofferson – "Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down"
1969 Johnny Cash Johnny Cash Tammy Wynette Bob Ferguson – "The Carroll County Accident"
1968 Glen Campbell Glen Campbell Tammy Wynette Bobby Russell – "Honey"
1967 Eddy Arnold Jack Greene Loretta Lynn Dallas Frazier – "There Goes My Everything"