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1991 CMA Awards

Entertainer of the YearGarth BrooksSingle of the Year“Friends in Low Places,” Garth BrooksAlbum of the YearNo Fences, Garth Brooks (Capitol Nashville)Song of the Year (Songwriter's Award)“…

1993 CMA Awards

Entertainer of the YearVince GillSingle of the Year“Chattahoochee,” Alan JacksonAlbum of the YearI Still Believe in You, Vince Gill (MCA)Song of the Year (Songwriter's Award)“I Still Believe…

1992 CMA Awards

Garth BrooksArchive PhotosEntertainer of the YearGarth BrooksSingle of the Year“Achy Breaky Heart,” Billy Ray CyrusAlbum of the YearRopin' the Wind, Garth Brooks (Liberty)Song of the Year (…

1994 CMA Awards

Entertainer of the YearVince GillSingle of the Year“I Swear,” John Michael MontgomeryAlbum of the YearCommon Thread: The Songs of the Eagles, John Anderson, Clint Black, Suzy Bogguss, Brooks…

1994 Radio & Records All-Time Charts

1994 Radio & Records All-Time ChartsAC“Now and Forever” Richard Marx (Capitol)“You Mean the World to Me” Toni Braxton (LaFace/Arista)“Everyday” Phil Collins (Atlantic/AG)“If You Go” Jon…

Celebrity Playlists

Here's a sampling of songs some celebrities have loaded on their iPods. President Bush “Centerfield,” John Fogerty “Brown-Eyed Girl,” Van Morrison “(You’re So Square) Baby, I Don’t Care,” Joni…

Atlanta, Ga.

Mayor: Kasim Reed (to Jan. 2018)2010 census population (rank): 420,003 (40); Male: 208,968 (49.8%); Female: 211,035 (50.2%); White: 161,115 (38.4%); Black: 226,894 (54.0%); American Indian and Alaska…

Georgia

Capital: Atlanta State abbreviation/Postal code: Ga./GA Governor: Nathan Deal, R (to Jan. 2019) Lieut. Governor: Casey Cagle, R (to Jan. 2019) Senators: Johnny Isakson, R (to Jan. 2023); David…

1992 Grammy Awards

Eric ClaptonArchive PhotosRecord of the Year“Tears in Heaven,” Eric ClaptonAlbum of the YearUnplugged, Eric Clapton (Reprise)Song of the Year“Tears in Heaven,” Eric Clapton, songwriterBest…

1998 Grammy Awards

The 41st Annual Grammy Awards were presented at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium on February 24, 1999.Record:“My Heart Will Go On,” Celine Dion Album:The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Lauryn…