Battle of the Brit Awards
- Brooks & Dunn, Toni Braxton sign on for Billboard awards. // Billboard;11/02/96, Vol. 108 Issue 44, p100
Reports that Brooks & Dunn, as well as Toni Braxton, will perform at the seventh annual Billboard Music Awards on December 4, 1996. List of some of the other performers to be featured.
- Nosy News Guy. Curotte-Ryder, Eric // Eastern Door;7/29/2011, Vol. 20 Issue 29, p9
The article presents opinions on the right person to be inducted at the Maddie's Place Rocks Music Hall of Fame in Canada in 2011.
- Competitions, awards. // Strad;Sep97, Vol. 108 Issue 1289, p925
Presents information on string competitions and awards, as of September 1997. Includes Third International Viola Competition in Moscow, Russia; International Tchaikovsky Competition; Eastbourne Symphony Orchestra Young Musician Awards.
- Billboard Awards aim to build on success. // Billboard;7/17/93, Vol. 105 Issue 29, p9
Reports on the live broadcast of the 1993 Billboard Music Awards slated on December 8. Executive producers; Criteria for nomination; Billboard Entertainmemt Marketing.
- Billboard nods charting path to New York City. Jolson-Colburn, Jeffrey // Hollywood Reporter;7/19/95, Vol. 338 Issue 7, p4
Reports on the holding of the 1995 Billboard Music Awards in New York City on December 6. Live television broadcast of the event by Fox; Presentation of the Century Award to folk-rock veteran Joni Mitchell.
- Boyz aboard Soul Train noms. Davies, Jonathan // Hollywood Reporter;2/8/95, Vol. 335 Issue 47, p3
Features nominees for the 1995 Soul Train Music Awards. Multiple nominees; Categories.
- AMERICAN IDYLL. Ehrman, Mark // InStyle;Feb2005, Vol. 12 Issue 2, p188
Presents information on the American Music Awards, which was held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
- MTV VMA After-Parties. Herman, James Patrick; Zuckerman, Suzanne // InStyle;Nov2005, Vol. 12 Issue 12, p308
Focuses on the MTV Video Music Awards held recently in Miami, Florida.
- Untitled. // UNESCO Sources;Jul/Aug96, Issue 81, p18
Reports on the awards received by Par Lindgren and Mari Vihmand for their orchestral works, `Oaije' and `Floreo,' respectively during the International Rostrum of Composers from June 10-14, 1996.
- Nashville sets date for first-ever fans' awards. // Billboard;7/2/94, Vol. 106 Issue 27, p29
Reports on the Nashville, Tenn. music community's institution of the fan-voted Nashville Music Awards or Nammies. Initial show set for January 18, 1995; Categories; Recipients of the proceeds.