Who Won the 2004
ACM Awards Song Of The Year

Randy Travis

("Three Wooden Crosses")

2003 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner
2005  Winner

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2004 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner Randy Travis News

Kelsea Ballerini's 10 Best Songs: Critic's Picks

Billboard
... Merle Haggard | Miranda Lambert | Patsy Cline | Randy Travis | Rascal Flatts | Reba McEntire | Sam Hunt | Shania Twain | Sheryl Crow | Thomas Rhett | Tim McGraw | Toby Keith | Travis Tritt | Vince Gill | Waylon Jennings | Willie Nelson | Zac Brown ...

2004 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner Randy Travis News

6 Country Songs That Got a Second Chance to Become Huge Hits

Wide Open Country
This wasn't the only time Whitley recorded a song that would go on to be a huge hit for another artist. Whitley also recorded “On the Other Hand,” which became a No. 1 hit for Randy Travis. It's great to hear some of country music's greatest voices ...

2004 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner Randy Travis News

Moment of togetherness with Glen Burtnik's Summer of Love in Asbury Park

Asbury Park Press
His songwriting hits include “Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough” for Patty Smyth and Don Henley and “Spirit Of A Boy, Wisdom Of A Man” for Randy Travis. These days, his Beatles pseudo-tribute band the Weeklings and his Summer of Love concerts are in ...

2004 ACM Awards Song Of The Year Winner Randy Travis News

After country music detour, Giles instrumental in A's ballpark quest

Comcast SportsNet Bay Area
Randy Travis was my favorite as a kid,” he said. “I can remember writing his lyrics on construction paper and giving it to girls on the playground.” Giles' career in sales and marketing eventually led him to the 49ers, where he became VP of sales and ...

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