List of awards and nominations received by Randy Travis

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Randy Travis awards and nominations
Totals
Awards won38
Nominations85

Singer and songwriter Randy Travis has been honored with many awards and nominations throughout his career in music.

Academy of Country Music Awards[edit]

Source:[1]

Year Category Nominated work Result
1985 Top New Male Vocalist Won
1986 Album of the Year Storms of Life Won
1986 Single of the Year "On the Other Hand" Won
1986 Top Male Vocalist Won
1987 Single of the Year "Forever and Ever, Amen" Won
1987 Song of the Year "Forever and Ever, Amen" (shared with Paul Overstreet, Don Schlitz, songwriters) Won
1987 Top Male Vocalist Won
1987 Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1987 Album of the Year Always & Forever Nominated
1987 Video of the Year "Forever and Ever, Amen" Nominated
1988 Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1988 Single of the Year "I Told You So" Nominated
1988 Top Male Vocalist Nominated
1989 Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1989 Album of the Year Old 8x10 Nominated
1989 Top Male Vocalist Nominated
1991 Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1998 Vocal Event of the Year Same Old Train (with Clint Black, Joe Diffie, Merle Haggard, Emmylou Harris) Nominated
2003 Song of the Year "Three Wooden Crosses" (shared with Douglas Johnson and Kim Williams) Nominated
2003 Single of the Year "Three Wooden Crosses" Nominated
2008 Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award Won
2009 Vocal Event of the Year "I Told You So" (with Carrie Underwood) Nominated
2016 Video of the Year "Forever Country" Won

American Music Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
1987 Favorite Country Single "Diggin' Up Bones" Nominated [2]
1988 Favorite Country Male Artist Won [3]
1988 Favorite Country Album Always & Forever Won [3]
1988 Favorite Country Single "Forever and Ever, Amen" Won [3]
1988 Favorite Country Video "Forever and Ever, Amen" Won [3]
1989 Favorite Country Male Artist Won [4]
1989 Favorite Country Single "I Told You So" Won [4]
1989 Favorite Country Album Always & Forever Won [4]
1990 Favorite Country Male Artist Won [5]
1990 Favorite Country Single "Deeper Than the Holler" Won [5]
1990 Favorite Country Album Old 8x10 Won [5]

Country Music Association Awards[edit]

Source:[6]

Year Category Nominated work Result
1986 Horizon Award Won
1986 Album of the Year STORMS OF LIFE - Warner Bros. Nominated
1986 Male Vocalist of the Year Nominated
1986 Single of the Year On the Other Hand - Warner Bros. Nominated
1987 Album of the Year Always & Forever Won
1987 Male Vocalist of the Year Won
1987 Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1987 Single of the Year "Forever and Ever, Amen" Won
1987 Music Video of the Year "Forever and Ever, Amen" Dir. by Jack Cole Nominated
1988 Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1988 Male Vocalist of the Year Won
1988 Single of the Year "I Told You So" - Warner Bros. Nominated
1988 Song of the Year "I Told You So" - Randy Travis Nominated
1989 Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1989 Male Vocalist of the Year Nominated
1989 Album of the Year OLD 8x10 - Warner Bros. Nominated
1990 Entertainer of the Year Nominated
1990 Music Video of the Year "He Walked On Water" (with George Jones) Nominated
1991 Vocal Event of the Year Randy Travis and George Jones Nominated
1992 Vocal Event of the Year Tammy Wynette and Randy Travis Nominated
1999 Vocal Event of the Year "Same Old Train" (w/ Clint Black) Nominated
2003 Single of the Year "Three Wooden Crosses" Nominated
2009 Musical Event of the Year "I Told You So" (with Carrie Underwood) Nominated
2009 Song of the Year "I Told You So" Nominated

GMA Dove Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref.
2001 Country Song of the Year "Baptism" (shared with Mickey Cates, songwriter) Won [7]
Bluegrass Album of the Year Inspirational Journey Won [7]
2003 Country Album of the Year Rise And Shine Won [7]
2004 Artist of the Year Nominated [8]
Song of the Year "Three Wooden Crosses" Nominated [8]
Country Song of the Year "Pray for the Fish" Nominated [8]
Country Song of the Year "Three Wooden Crosses" Won [7]
Country Album of the Year Worship & Faith Won [7]
2005 Country Album of the Year Passing Through (Randy Travis album) Won [7]
2006 Country Song of the Year "Angels" Nominated
Country Album of the Year Glory Train: Songs of Faith, Worship, and Praise Won [7]
2009 Country Album of the Year Around the Bend Won [7]

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Category Nominated work Result Ref
1987 Best Male Country Vocal Performance "Diggin' Up Bones" Nominated
1988 Best Male Country Vocal Performance Always & Forever Won [9]
1989 Best Male Country Vocal Performance Old 8x10 Won [9]
1990 Best Male Country Vocal Performance "It's Just a Matter of Time" Nominated
1991 "Hard Rock Bottom of Your Heart" Nominated
1991 Best Country Vocal Collaboration "Waiting on the Light to Change" (with B.B. King) Nominated
1991 "A Few Ole Country Boys" (with George Jones) Nominated
1993 Best Male Country Vocal Performance "Better Class Of Losers" Nominated
2002 Best Gospel Album Inspirational Journey Nominated [10]
2003 Best Gospel Album Rise and Shine Won [9]
2004 Best Male Country Vocal Performance "Three Wooden Crosses" Nominated
2005 Best Gospel Album Worship & Faith Won [9]
2007 Glory Train Won [9]
2009 Best Country Album Around the Bend Nominated [11]
2009 Best Country Collaboration with Vocals "I Told You So" (with Carrie Underwood) Won [9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ LTD., BubbleUp,. "Winners". Academy of Country Music.
  2. ^ "Rock On The Net: 14th American Music Awards (presented in 1987)". www.rockonthenet.com.
  3. ^ a b c d "Rock On The Net: 15th American Music Awards (presented in 1988)". www.rockonthenet.com.
  4. ^ a b c "Rock On The Net: 16th American Music Awards (presented in 1989)". www.rockonthenet.com.
  5. ^ a b c "Rock On The Net: 17th American Music Awards (presented in 1990)". www.rockonthenet.com.
  6. ^ "Timeline - 2016 CMA Awards". 2016 CMA Awards.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h "Past Winners". Gospel Music Association.
  8. ^ a b c "ASCAP's 35th Annual Dove Awards Nominees". www.ascap.com.
  9. ^ a b c d e f "Winners". Grammy Awards. Retrieved May 6, 2016.
  10. ^ "Complete List of Grammy Nominees | January 7, 2002 09:18:49". CBS News. 10 October 2003. Archived from the original on 10 October 2003.CS1 maint: BOT: original-url status unknown (link)
  11. ^ Metzger, John. "51st Annual Grammy Awards Nominees / Winners (2009)" Check |url= value (help). www.musicbox-online.com. Text "online.com/news/20090210/grammy-winners-51.html#axzz4NYVXl8ch" ignored (help)