Krauss: 4 awards at CMA Big night: Alison Krauss surprised by winning four times at the Country Music Association awards last night.

October 05, 1995|By J. D. Considine | J. D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC

Alan Jackson may have been named the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year, but the star of the 29th Annual CMA Awards last night in Nashville was clearly Alison Krauss.

Now you know what they mean by the phrase "industry town."

CMA Winners

Here are the winners of the 29th Annual Country Music Association Awards, announced last night in Nashville:

Entertainer of the Year: Alan Jackson

Male Vocalist of the Year: Vince Gill

Female Vocalist of the Year: Alison Krauss

Horizon Award: Alison Krauss

Vocal Group of the Year: The Mavericks

Vocal Duo of the Year: Brooks & Dunn

Musician of the Year: Mark O'Connor (fiddle)

Album of the Year: "When Fallen Angels Fly" (Epic), Patty Loveless

Single of the Year: "When You Say Nothing at All," Alison Krauss

Vocal Event of the Year: Shenandoah with Alison Krauss, "Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart"

Song of the Year: "Independence Day" by Gretchen Peters (recorded by Martina McBride)

Music Video of the Year: The Tractors, "Baby Likes To Rock It," Michael Salomon, director

* Hall of Fame: Roger Miller

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