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American Music Award for Favorite Country Single

The American Music Award for Favorite Country Single is a major music industry award that was created in 1974. However, the award was discontinued after 1995.[1]

Years reflect the year in which the American Music Awards were presented, for works released in the previous year.

The all-time winner of awards in this category was Kenny Rogers. Rogers won a total of 5 AMA Favorite Country Single trophies, two of which were shared as part of a duet with Dolly Parton.

Winners and nomineesEdit

American Music Award for Favorite Country VideoEdit

Year Artist Video Ref
1984
(11th)
Alabama "Dixieland Delight"
Dolly Parton "Potential New Boyfriend"
Merle Haggard and Willie Nelson "Pancho and Lefty"
1985
(12th)
Anne Murray "A Little Good News"
The Statler Brothers "Elizabeth"
Willie Nelson "Tougher Than Leather"
1986
(13th)
The Highwaymen "Highwayman"
Alabama "40 Hour Week (For a Livin')"
Hank Williams Jr. "All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight"
1987
(14th)
The Judds "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Ol' Days)"
Dwight Yoakam "Honky-Tonk Man"
George Jones "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes"
Reba McEntire "Whoever's in New England"
1988
(15th)
Randy Travis "Forever and Ever, Amen"
Hank Williams Jr. "My Name Is Bocephus"
Reba McEntire "What Am I Gonna Do About You"

American Music Award for Favorite Country Male Video ArtistEdit

Year Artist Ref
1985
(12th)
Willie Nelson
Hank Williams Jr.
Waylon Jennings
1986
(13th)
Hank Williams Jr.
Lee Greenwood
Ricky Skaggs
1987
(14th)
George Jones
Gary Morris
George Strait
Mel McDaniel

American Music Award for Favorite Country Female Video ArtistEdit

Year Artist Ref
1985
(12th)
Anne Murray
Charly McClain
Gus Hardin
1986
(13th)
Crystal Gayle
Anne Murray
Janie Fricke
1987
(14th)
Reba McEntire
Anne Murray
Janie Fricke
Marie Osmond

American Music Award for Favorite Country Band/Duo/Group Video ArtistEdit

Year Artist Ref
1985
(12th)
The Oak Ridge Boys
The Statler Brothers
Waylon Jennings and Hank Williams Jr.
1986
(13th)
The Highwaymen
Alabama
The Oak Ridge Boys
1987
(14th)
Alabama
The Forester Sisters
The Judds
Sawyer Brown

ReferencesEdit