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January 07, 1994

* Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal: "Hard Workin' Man" (single), Brooks & Dunn; "Trashy Women" (track from "Confederate Railroad"), Confederate Railroad; "In a Week or Two" (single), Diamond Rio; "God Blessed Texas" (single), Little Texas; "All These Years" (single), Sawyer Brown.

* Best Country Vocal Collaboration: "A Bad Goodbye" (single), Clint Black and Wynonna Judd; "Does He Love You" (single), Reba McEntire and Linda Davis; "The Heart Won't Lie" (single), Reba McEntire and Vince Gill; "Romeo" (single), Dolly Parton, Tanya Tucker, Billy Ray Cyrus, Kathy Mattea, Pam Tillis and Mary-Chapin Carpenter; "Miner's Prayer" (track from "Saturday Night (& Sunday Morning)"), Ralph Stanley and Dwight Yoakam.

* Best Country Instrumental Performance: "Red Wing" (single), Asleep at the Wheel; "Jingle Bells" (track from "Christmas in Branson, MO, USA"), Roy Clark; "The Ballad of Jed Clampett" (track from "String Wizards II"), John McEuen; "Gold Rush," (track from "Heroes"), Mark O'Connor with Byron Berline; "Fiddlin' Around" (track from "Heroes"), Mark O'Connor with Johnny Gimble.

* Best Bluegrass Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "Stuart Duncan," Stuart Duncan; "Blue Diamond," Johnson Mountain Boys; "Waitin' for the Hard Times to Go," Nashville Bluegrass Band; "Tony Rice Plays and Sings Bluegrass," Tony Rice; "Saturday Night (& Sunday Morning)," Ralph Stanley.

* Best Country Song: "Ain't That Lonely Yet," Kostas and James House, songwriters (Dwight Yoakam, artist); "Chattahoochee," Alan Jackson and Jim McBride, songwriters (Alan Jackson, artist); "Does He Love You," Sandy Knox and Billy Stritch, songwriters (Reba McEntire and Linda Davis, artists); "The Hard Way," Mary-Chapin Carpenter, songwriter (Mary-Chapin Carpenter, artist); "Passionate Kisses," Lucinda Williams, songwriter (Mary-Chapin Carpenter, artist).


* Best Rock Gospel Album: "Free at Last," DC Talk; "Heat.It.Up.," Degarmo & Key; "Pullin' No Punches," D.O.C.; "Crimson and Blue," Phil Keaggy; "Evolution," Geoff Moore & the Distance.

* Best Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: "Soul," Margaret Becker; "The Live Adventure," Steven Curtis Chapman; "Hope," Michael English; "Le Voyage," Sandi Patti; "A Beautiful Place," Wayne Watson.

* Best Southern Gospel, Country Gospel or Bluegrass Gospel Album: "Walk On," Bruce Carroll; "Worship His Glory," the Cathedrals; "Southern Classics," Gaither Vocal Band; "Good News," Kathy Mattea; "Sunday Morning," Ralph Stanley.

* Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album: "Stand Still," Shirley Caesar; "Live in Memphis," The Canton Spirituals; "In Good Health," the Dixie Hummingbirds; "Deep River," the Five Blind Boys of Alabama featuring Clarence Fountain; "Better Days Ahead," Dorothy Norwood; "He Keeps on Blessing Me," Albertina Walker.

* Best Contemporary Soul Gospel Album: "Angie & Debbie," Angie & Debbie; "Something on the Inside," Vanessa Bell Armstrong; "Start All Over," Helen Baylor; "Live," the Richard Smallwood Singers; "All Out," the Winans.

* Best Gospel Album by a Choir or Chorus: "Live . . . We Come Rejoicing," Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir: Carol Cymbala, Choir Director; "Rev. Milton Brunson Presents Tyrone Block & the Christ Tabernacle Combined Choirs," the Rev. Milton Brunson, Tyrone Block & the Christ Tabernacle Combined Choirs: Tyrone Block, Choir Director; "All the Bases," O'Landa Draper & the Associates Choir: O'Landa Draper, Choir Director; "If You Love Me," Edwin Hawkins Music & Arts Seminar Choir: Edwin Hawkins, Choir Director; "Amen! A Gospel Celebration," Erich Kunzel and the Cincinnati Pops with Jennifer Holliday, Maureen McGovern, Lou Rawls: Erich Kunzel, Choir Director.


* Best Latin Pop Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "Imaginame," Maria Conchita Alonso; "Brindo A La Vida, Al Bolero, A Ti," Vikki Carr; "Latin Street '92," Jose Feliciano; "Aries," Luis Miguel; "Algo Mas Que Amor," Las Triplets.

* Best Tropical Latin Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "Hecho En Puerto Rico," Willie Colon; "Azucar Negra," Celia Cruz; "First Class International," El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico; "Dilema," Luis Enrique; "Mi Tierra," Gloria Estefan; "Areito," Juan Luis Guerra y 4.40.

* Best Mexican/American Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "Lastima Que Seas Ajena," Vicente Fernandez; "Corazon De Piedra," Santiago Jimenez Jr.; "Que Paso?," Little Joe; "La Garra De . . . ," Los Tigres Del Norte; "Live," Selena.


* Best Traditional Blues Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "Collins Mix (The Best Of)," Albert Collins; "Boom Boom," John Lee Hooker; "Blues Summit," B.B. King; "Dancing the Blues," Taj Mahal; "The Alligator Records 20th Anniversary Tour," (various Artists including Koko Taylor, Lonnie Brooks, Elvin Bishop, Katie Webster and Lil' Ed), Bruce Iglauer, album producer.

* Best Contemporary Blues Album, Vocal or Instrumental: "Mystic Mile," Robben Ford and the Blue Line; "Feels Like Rain," Buddy Guy; "Wake Up Call," John Mayall; "Muddy Water Blues--A Tribute to Muddy Waters," Paul Rodgers; "Hey, Where's Your Brother?," Johnny Winter.


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