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Academy of Western Artists – Top Five

Final 5 Music Nominees – Western Music

Below are the final five in the music categories. If you see your name, please contact the AWA at working_cowboy@hotmail.com. Tickets will be furnished to the awards for all of the final five. The 16th Annual Academy of Western Artists Awards will be held January 26, 2012, at the Casa Manana Theater in Fort Worth, Texas at 7 PM. In order to be considered, you must let the AWA know that you would accept the award if you were selected. If the AWA does not hear from you, we can only assume you do not wish to be involved. There is no obligation to attend or be a member of the AWA.

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Western Music Male Western Music Female Western Music Duo/Group Western Music Album Western Music Song
Richard Elloyan Eli Barsi Ball Family Richard Lee Cody/Mary Kaye-Way Out West Allan Chapman-Smoke of the Branding Fire
Greg Hager Judy Coder Buckarettes Tom Hiatt – Appaloosa Moon R.W. Hampton – Shortgrass
Tom Hiatt Kristyn Harris Call Of The West Gary LeMaster – The White Hat Collection J Parson – He Wore A Blue Bandana
Syd Masters Mary Kaye Old West Trio Rod Taylor – Here, There, and Everywhere Tom Hiatt – Bronc To Breakfast
Rod Taylor Joyce Woodson Sons Of The San Joaquin Stardust Cowboys – Riding Back To You Rod Taylor – Saddle Tramp
Western Swing Male Western Swing Female Western Swing Duo/Group Western Swing Album Western Swing Song
Jimmy Burson Carolyn Martin Tony Harrison – Hot Texas Band Asleep at the Wheel/Leon Rausch – It’s a Good Day Asleep at the Wheel/Leon Rausch – It’s a Good Day
Jake Hooker Emily Gimble Brady Bowen – Swing Country Jimmy Burson – Back in the Swing Jimmy Burson – There’s Not a Cow     in Texas
Billy Mata Elana James Billy Mata – Texas Tradition Johnny Gimble – Celebrating With    Friends Chuck Cusimano – Swing Me A     Song
Jody Nix Joni Harms Jody Nix – Texas Hot Texas Band – Swinging Big Joe Paul Nichols – Is Anyone Going     to San Antone
Leon Rausch Liz Talley Cowboys Shoot Low Sheriff Oklahoma Stomp – On the Road Hot Texas Band – Swingin’ Big
Pure Country Male Pure Country Female Pure Country Duo/Group Pure Country Album Pure Country Song
Tony Booth Amber Digby Country Night Live Tony Booth-Other Side of Love Tony Booth-All That She Could Take
Johnny Bush Jade Cienega Landon Dodd Amber Digby-Live at Swiss Alp Hall Amber Digby-Sing A Sad Song
Landon Dodd Jade Jack Cornell Hurd Jerry D. Hobbs-Keepin’ It Country Jerry D. Hobbs-I’m A Texas Boy
Darrell McCall Georgette Jones The Outsiders Curtis Potter-The Potter’s Touch The Survivors-Wasted Words
Justin Trevino Kimberly Murray Miles Of Texas The Survivors-The Survivors Curtis Potter-That’s What I Do Best
Instrumentalist Young Artists
Bobby Koefer Cheyenne Lakota Craig
Dale Morris, Jr. Katie Crawford
Jody Nix The Nugents
Larry Reed Colby Sheppard
Jason Roberts Jake Vance
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WMA 2011

Award Winners of the Western Music Assn. – 2011

Traditional Western Album by an Individual – American – Don Edwards

Traditional Western Album by a Duo/Group – Blaze Across The West – The Tumbling Tumbleweeds

Western Swing Album – Cookin’ With Carolyn – Carolyn Martin

Poetry/Spoken Word/Story Telling Album – Women of the West – Sam DeLeeuw

Curly Musgrave – Silver Buckle Award – Andy Nelson

Outstanding Instrumentalist – Ray Doyle

Outstanding Performer in Poetry/Storytelling Male – Waddie Mitchell

Outstanding Performer in Poetry/Storytelling Female – Sam DeLeeuw

Outstanding Performer Male – Dave Stamey

Outstanding Performer Female – Juni Fisher

Outstanding Songwriter – Jack Hannah

WMA President’s Award – O. J. Sikes

Cresendo – 3 Trails West

Hall of Fames Inductees – Vaughn Monroe

R. W. Hampton

Harmony Awards went to: Butterpats

Buffalo Bill

Journey West – Best of the Best

Radio DJ/Radio Program – Ranger Doug and Side Meat – Sirius XM Classic Cowboy Corral

Outstanding Book – Colorado Moon – Jim Jones

Best Original Song – Yakima, written by Juni Fisher

Entertainer of the Year – Juni Fisher

It was a wonderful weekend with so much talant that you just felt saturated by Sunday morning!  If you missed it, I’m sorry.  Be there next year!

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