Academy of Country Music Awards - Season 1999

Sunday 8:00 PM on CBS Premiered Jan 01, 1966 Special


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  • The 34th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards

    Host: No Host This Year

    Location: Universal Amphithatre in Los Angeles, CA

    Entertainer: Garth Brooks
    Male Vocalist: Tim McGraw
    Female Vocalist: Faith Hill
    Vocal Group: Dixie Chicks
    Vocal Duo: Brooks & Dunn
    New Male Artist: Mark Wills
    New Female Artist: Jo Dee Messina
    New Duo/Group: Dixie Chicks
    Album: Wide Open Spaces - Dixie Chicks
    Single: "This Kiss" - Faith Hill
    Song: "Holes In The Floor of Heaven" - Steve Wariner
    Vocal Event: "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me" - Faith Hill w/ Tim McGraw
    Music Video: "This Kiss" - Faith Hill

    Pioneer Award Receipient: Glen Campbell

    Artist of the Decade for 1999: Garth Brooks (who chose to split the award between George Strait and Reba McEntire)

    Double Diamond Receipient: Shania Twain

    Kenny Chesney - How Forever Feels
    Dixie Chicks - You Were Mine
    Steve Wariner - Two Teardrops
    Janie Fricke - It Ain't Easy Bein' Easy
    Faith Hill w/ Vince Gill - Let Me Let Go
    Martina McBride - Whatever You Say
    Reba McEntire - One Honest Heart
    Garth Brooks - To Make You Feel My Love
    Clay Walker - That's Cold Hearted
    Trace Adkins - Happy Trails
    Ty Herndon - One Has My Name, The Other Has My Heart
    Collin Raye - Back In The Saddle
    Larry Gatlin - All The Gold In California

    Presenters: Patti Paige, Naomi Judd, Tracy Lawrence, Doug Stone, Chet Atkins, Dick Clark, Janie Fricke, Alan Autry, Joe Diffie, Lee Horsley, Billy Dean, Crystal Bernard, Tracy Byrd, Blackhawk, Brenda Beacock, Danni Leigh, Billy Ray Cyrus, Marie Osmond, Bill Engvall, Buck Owens, Chely Wright, LoriAnn Crook, Charlie Chase, Jay Leno, Jo Dee Messina, Chuck Norris, LeAnn Rimes, Larry Gatlin, Jack Hannah, Jane Seymore and John Schneider.