List of awards and nominations received by Billy Ray Cyrus

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Billy Ray Cyrus awards and nominations

Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
American Music Awards
2 6
Academy of Country Music Awards
0 6
Billboard Music Awards
1 1
Billboard Music Video Conference & Awards
2 2
Canadian Country Music Association Awards
1 1
Country Music Association Awards
1 2
Grammy Awards
0 4
Juno Awards
1 2
TNN/Music City News Country Awards
6 14
World Music Awards
1 1
Totals
Awards won 41
Nominations 69

Billy Ray Cyrus is an American country music singer who has released twelve studio albums and forty-four singles since his debut in 1992 with Some Gave All. Cyrus won many awards as an artist, as an actor and as a humanitarian and was inducted into the VFW Hall of Fame for "his outstanding career as a country singer and in sincere appreciation for his support of America's veterans". Furthermore, he was inducted into the Walkway of Stars of the Country Music Hall of Fame.

This is a partial list of awards and nominations, with forty-one wins and seventy-two nominations. In his wins, he has received major awards like the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards and Country Music Association Awards.

Country Music Association Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 "Achy Breaky Heart" Single of the Year[1] Won
Music Video of the Year[1] Nominated

Billboard Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 Some Gave All Billboard 200 Albums - Most Weeks at No. 1[2] Won

Billboard Music Video Conference & Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 "Achy Breaky Heart" Best Male Artist, Country[3] Won
Best New Artist, Country[3] Won

AMOA Jukebox Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 "Achy Breaky Heart" Pop Record of the Year[4] Won
Country Record of the Year[4] Won
Himself Rising Star Award[4] Won

National Association of Recording Merchandisers[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 Himself Record of the Year, New Artist[4] Won
Record of the Year, Country Male[4] Won
Record of the Year, Male[4] Won
Record of the Year, Overall[4] Won

Country Music Television[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 "Achy Breaky Heart" Most Popular Music Video[4] Won
1998 Himself Showcase Artist of February[4] Won

R&R Readers Pool[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 Himself Best New Artist[4] Won

People Magazine Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 Himself Most Intriguing People of the Year[4] Won

Country Music Hall of Fame[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1992 Himself Walkway of Stars[5] Inducted

Juno Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1993 Some Gave All Best Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic)[6] Nominated
"Achy Breaky Heart" Best Selling Single (Foreign or Domestic)[6] Won

American Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1993 Himself Favorite Country Male Artist[7] Nominated
Some Gave All Favorite Country Album[7] Nominated
"Achy Breaky Heart" Favorite Country Single[8] Won
Himself Favorite Country New Artist[8] Won
1994 "Romeo" (Dolly Parton & Friends) Favorite Country Single[9] Nominated
2009 Hannah Montana: The Movie soundtrack Favorite Soundtrack Album[10] Nominated

Academy of Country Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1993 Some Gave All Album of the Year[11] Nominated
Himself Entertainer of the Year[11] Nominated
"Achy Breaky Heart" Single Record of the Year[11] Nominated
Himself Top New Male Vocalist[11] Nominated
1994 It Won't Be the Last Album of the Year[11] Nominated
Himself Top Male Vocalist[11] Nominated

World Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1993 Himself Best International New Artist of the Year[12] Won

Canadian Country Music Association Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1993 Some Gave All Top Selling Album (Foreign or Domestic)[13] Won

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1993 "Achy Breaky Heart" Record of the Year[14] Nominated
Best Country Vocal Performance, Male[14] Nominated
Himself Best New Artist[14] Nominated
1994 "Romeo" (Dolly Parton & Friends) Best Country Vocal Collaboration[15] Nominated

Childhelp USA[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1994 Himself Humanitarian Award[4] Won

University of California, Berkeley[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1995 Himself Popular Cultural Society's Innovator Award[4] Won

State of South Carolina[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1995 Himself Humanitarian Award[4] Won

Congressional Medal of Honor Society[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1995 Himself Bob Hope Award for Excellence in Entertainment[4][16] Won

Country Music Cares[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1995 Himself Humanitarian Award[4] Won

Country Radio Broadcasters[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1996 Himself Humanitarian Award[17] Won

VFW Hall of Fame[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1996 Himself Hall of Fame[18] Inducted

TNN/Music City News Country Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1993 Himself Star of Tomorrow[19] Nominated
Achy Breaky Heart Single of the Year[19] Nominated
Video of the Year[19] Nominated
1997 Himself Entertainer of the Year[20] Nominated
Male Artist of the Year[20] Nominated
Trail of Tears Album of the Year[20] Nominated
"Trail of Tears" Single of the Year[21] Won
Video of the Year[20] Nominated
1998 Himself Entertainer of the Year[22] Nominated
Male Artist of the Year[22] Won
The Best of Billy Ray Cyrus: Cover to Cover Album of the Year[22] Won
"It's All the Same to Me" Single of the Year[22] Won
Song of the Year[22] Won
"Three Little Words" Video of the Year[22] Won

Modern Screen's Country Music Magazine[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1997 Himself Entertainer and Male Artist[4] Won
1998 Won
1999 Won

Air Force Sergeants Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1997 Himself Americanism Award[4] Won

International Entertainment Buyers Association[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1999 Himself Humanitarian of the Year[23] Won

MusicRow Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
1999 "Give My Heart to You" Video of the Year[4] Won

Dove Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
2004 The Other Side Country Album of the Year[24] Nominated
2005 "I Need You Now" Country Song of the Year[24] Nominated

MovieGuide Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
2005 Doc ("Happy Trails" episode) Grace Award[25] Nominated
2010 Christmas in Canaan (with Matt Ward) Grace Award[26] Nominated

CMT Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
2008 "Ready, Set, Don't Go" Tearjerker Video of the Year[27] Nominated

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
2009 Hannah Montana Choice TV Parental Unit[28] Won

GMC Video Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
2010 "Somebody Said a Prayer" Favorite Country Video[29] Nominated

Golden Raspberry Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
2010 Hannah Montana: The Movie Worst Supporting Actor 2009[30] Won
2011 The Spy Next Door Worst Supporting Actor 2010[31] Nominated

American Society of Young Musician Awards[edit]

Year Recipient / Nominated work Award Result
2010 Himself Best Country Artist[32] Won

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "1992 Billboard Music Awards". The Baltimore Sun. December 10, 1992. Retrieved June 26, 2011. 
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  5. ^ "Walkway of Stars". Country Music Hall of Fame. Retrieved June 20, 2011. 
  6. ^ a b "JUNO Awards". Junoawards.ca. Retrieved June 20, 2011. 
  7. ^ a b "The American Music Awards nominees set". Allegheny Times. December 16, 1992. Retrieved June 20, 2011. 
  8. ^ a b "Billy Ray Cyrus named top new country artist". Daily Times. January 26, 1993. Retrieved June 26, 2011. 
  9. ^ "American Music Awards 1994". Rockonthenet.com. February 7, 1994. Retrieved June 20, 2011. 
  10. ^ "2009 American Music Awards: Scorecard". Los Angeles Times. November 22, 2009. Retrieved June 21, 2011. 
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  12. ^ 1993 World Music Awards. Variety. June 2, 1993. Retrieved June 25, 2011. 
  13. ^ "Canadian Country Music Association Awards Awards". CCMA. Retrieved June 24, 2011. 
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  16. ^ "The Congressional Medal of Honor Society's National PATRIOTS AWARD". Home of Heroes. Retrieved June 24, 2011. 
  17. ^ "Artist Humanitarian Awards". Country Radio Broadcasters. Retrieved June 24, 2011. 
  18. ^ "Proceedings of the 97th National Convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States, page 47" (PDF). U.S. Government Printing Office. August 19, 1996. Retrieved June 24, 2011. 
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  28. ^ "2010 Teen Choice Awards". Metro Lyrics. Retrieved March 26, 2011. 
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  30. ^ "30th Annual Golden Raspberry (Razzie®) Award "Winners"". Razzies. Retrieved June 26, 2011. 
  31. ^ "The 31st Annual RAZZIE® Award Nominees for 2010". Razzies. Retrieved June 26, 2011. 
  32. ^ "18th Annual American Society of Young Musicians Benefit Concert and Awards". Century City News. Retrieved March 26, 2011.