Who Won the 1989
ACM Awards Single Of The Year

Kathy Mattea

("Eighteen Wheels And A Dozen Roses")

1988 ACM Awards Single Of The Year Winner
1990  Winner

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1989 ACM Awards Single Of The Year Winner Kathy Mattea News

Bluebird Cafe Turns 35

Pollstar
That could be Kathy Mattea, where she played her very first band show on her way to a record deal with Mercury, or when Garth got signed, essentially, in our kitchen by Lynn Shults, who had passed on him one time but then saw him live here. And the ...

1989 ACM Awards Single Of The Year Winner Kathy Mattea News

What's Going On Here Oct. 20 & 21

Sunbury Daily Item
Guests include Stuart Duncan, Kathy Mattea, Chris Stapleton, Bryan Sutton, and Jan Fabricius. O'Brien's shows feature guitar, fiddle, and banjo, along with his engaging vocals and harmony from Fabricius. Tickets are $25 for adults, $20 for seniors 62 ...

1989 ACM Awards Single Of The Year Winner Kathy Mattea News

Ironton Council for Arts announces 2017-18 season

Huntington Herald Dispatch
He has worked with such artists as James Taylor and Kathy Mattea. Tickets may be purchased at the door and are $10 for individual concerts, $40 for season tickets. Ohio University students are admitted free with valid ID. Season tickets may be ...

1989 ACM Awards Single Of The Year Winner Kathy Mattea News

Mary Chapin Carpenter to show what she's 'Made of' in Scranton

Pocono Record
In 1993, Carpenter featured on Dolly Parton's “Romeo” single, which also included appearances by Pam Tillis, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kathy Mattea and Tanya Tucker. Carpenter — a five-time Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and Nashville Songwriters ...

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