Lee Ann Womack Rules The Roost – Today In Country Music [VIDEO]
November 15, 2005
Lee Ann Womack wins three trophies in the Country Music Association awards at New York's Madison Square Garden: Single of the Year ("I May Hate Myself In The Morning"), Album (There's More Where That Came From) and Vocal Event, shared with George Strait for “Good News, Bad News.”
Keith Urban also won multiple awards, for Entertainer and Male Vocalist of the Year and Gretchen Wilson won for Female Vocalist of the Year. The Horizon Award went to Dierks Bentley, while Rascal Flatts won Group of the Year and Duo of the Year went to, now hold your surprise….Brooks & Dunn.
Bill Anderson and Jon Randall were awarded the Song of the Year trophy for “Whiskey Lullaby”, Toby Keith the Video of the Year for “As Good As I Once Was” and the Musician of the Year went to Jerry Douglas.
Hayes wrote or co-wrote every track on the album and plays every instrument and sings every vocal track with the exception of the Encoretracks.
At the 55th Grammy Awards, Hunter Hayes was nominated for Best Country Album and "Wanted" was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance while Hayes was nominated for Best New Artist. The album was certified Platinum by the RIAA on August 8, 2013.
Shania Twain's Come On Over becomes the first country album in history certified for shipments of 20 million units.
2008 – Carrie Underwood – “Just A Dream”
2003 – Toby Keith – “I Love This Bar”
1997 – Shania Twain – “Love Gets Me Everytime”
1986 – Restless Heart – “That Rock Won’t Roll”
1980 – Anne Murray – “Can I Have This Dance”
1975 – Waylon Jennings – “Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way”
1969 – Merle Haggard – “Okie From Muskogee”
1952 – Hank Williams – “Jambalaya (On The Bayou)”
1947 – Eddy Arnold – “I’ll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In My Arms)
2008 – Toby Keith – That Don’t Make Me A Bad Guy
2003 – Alan Jackson – Greatest Hits Volume II (And Some Other Stuff)
1997 – LeAnn Rimes – You Light Up My Life: Inspirational Songs
1986 – Alabama – The Touch
1980 – Kenny Rogers – Greatest Hits
1975 – John Denver – Windsong
1969 – Johnny Cash – At San Quentin