As we begin a new year, it means the time has come for the nominations of the Sixth Annual Arkansas Country Music Awards and they are now OPEN! Continue reading
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2022 Arkansas Country Music Awards Recap
The fifth annual Arkansas Country Music Awards recently took place for the second year in a row at the Reynolds Performance Hall on the University of Central Arkansas Campus in Conway, Arkansas on June 6th.
This award show is a great event as it focuses a spotlight on all those from Arkansas including upcoming country music artists, musicians and individuals in the country music industry. It was hosted by country music historian, Charles Haymes and Miss Arkansas 2014, Ashton Gill. Continue reading
Jeannie Seely, Lee Ann Womack & More To Perform at 2022 Arkansas Country Music Awards
The 2022 Arkansas Country Music Awards are quickly approaching as the award show will take place at the Reynolds Performance Hall on the University of Central Arkansas Campus in Conway, Arkansas on June 6th! A variety of performers have been announced which will be included in this year’s show!
One of the performers announced is country music artist and Grand Ole Opry Member, Jeannie Seely! It will be a special night for her as she is also a nominee in the Song Of The Year category for writing a song entitled, “Yours” which was recorded by Diane Berry and Joe Wade Smith. The duo will be performing during the show too! Continue reading
2021 Arkansas Country Music Awards Recap
The fourth annual Arkansas Country Music Awards recently took place in Conway, Arkansas with artists from the natural state as well as people from the country music industry in attendance.
This year’s award show was held on June 7th at the UCA Campus at the Reynolds Performance Hall. The event was hosted by Beebe, Arkansas native, Charles Haymes and former Miss Arkansas, Ashton Campbell Gill. Continue reading
Country Artists Come Out For First Inaugural Arkansas Country Music Awards
All kinds of people from the country music industry from across the state of Arkansas and farther, gathered in the natural state on June 4th, 2018, for the first inaugural Arkansas Country Music Awards, being held at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Continue reading