American Music Award for Favorite Country Band/Duo/Group

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The American Music Award for Favorite Duo or Group – Country has been awarded since 1974. Years reflect the year in which the awards were presented, for works released in the previous year (until 2003 onward when awards were handed out on November of the same year), the all-time winner in this category is Alabama with 17 wins.

Winners and nominees[edit]

1970s[edit]

Year Artist Ref
1974
(1st)
Carter Family [1]
The Osborne Brothers
The Statler Brothers
1975
(2nd)
Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn [2]
George Jones and Tammy Wynette
The Statler Brothers
1976
(3rd)
Donny Osmond and Marie Osmond [3]
The Statler Brothers
Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn
1977
(4th)
Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn [4]
George Jones and Tammy Wynette
The Statler Brothers
1978
(5th)
Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn [5]
George Jones and Tammy Wynette
The Statler Brothers
1979
(6th)
The Statler Brothers [6]
Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson
The Oak Ridge Boys

1980s[edit]

Year Artist Ref
1980
(7th)
The Statler Brothers [7]
The Oak Ridge Boys
Kenny Rogers and Dottie West
1981
(8th)
The Statler Brothers [8]
Charlie Daniels Band
The Oak Ridge Boys
1982
(9th)
The Oak Ridge Boys [9]
Alabama
Willie Nelson and Ray Price
The Statler Brothers
1983
(10th)
Alabama [10]
The Oak Ridge Boys
The Statler Brothers
1984
(11th)
Alabama [11]
The Oak Ridge Boys
Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton
The Statler Brothers
1985
(12th)
Alabama [12]
The Oak Ridge Boys
The Statler Brothers
1986
(13th)
Alabama [13]
The Judds
The Oak Ridge Boys
1987
(14th)
Alabama [14]
The Forester Sisters
The Judds
Marie Osmond and Paul Davis
1988
(15th)
Alabama [15]
The Judds
Restless Heart
1989
(16th)
Alabama [16]
The Judds
The Oak Ridge Boys

1990s[edit]

Year Artist Ref
1990
(17th)
Alabama [17]
Highway 101
The Judds
1991
(18th)
Alabama [18]
The Judds
Shenandoah
1992
(19th)
Alabama [19]
The Judds
The Kentucky Headhunters
1993
(20th)
Alabama [20]
Brooks & Dunn
Sawyer Brown
1994
(21st)
Alabama [21]
Brooks & Dunn
Little Texas
1995
(22nd)
Alabama [22]
Brooks & Dunn
Little Texas
1996
(23rd)
Alabama [23]
BlackHawk
Brooks & Dunn
1997
(24th)
Brooks & Dunn [24]
BlackHawk
The Mavericks
1998
(25th)
Alabama [25]
Brooks & Dunn
Sawyer Brown
1999
(26th)
Alabama [26]
Brooks & Dunn
Dixie Chicks

2000s[edit]

Year Artist Ref
2000
(27th)
Brooks & Dunn [27]
Diamond Rio
Dixie Chicks
2001
(28th)
Dixie Chicks [28]
Brooks & Dunn
Lonestar
2002
(29th)
Brooks & Dunn [29]
Lonestar
SheDaisy
2003
(30th)
Dixie Chicks [30]
Brooks & Dunn
Lonestar
2003
(31st)
Alabama [31]
Brooks & Dunn
Dixie Chicks
2004
(32nd)
Brooks & Dunn [32]
Lonestar
Rascal Flatts
2005
(33rd)
Brooks & Dunn [33]
Big & Rich
Rascal Flatts
2006
(34th)
Rascal Flatts [34]
Brooks & Dunn
Montgomery Gentry
2007
(35th)
Rascal Flatts [35]
Big & Rich
Brooks & Dunn
2008
(36th)
Rascal Flatts [36]
Brooks & Dunn
Sugarland
2009
(37th)
Rascal Flatts [37]
Sugarland
Zac Brown Band

2010s[edit]

Year Artist Ref
2010
(38th)
Lady Antebellum [38]
Rascal Flatts
Zac Brown Band
2011
(39th)
Lady Antebellum [39]
The Band Perry
Zac Brown Band
2012
(40th)
Lady Antebellum [40]
Rascal Flatts
Zac Brown Band
2013
(41st)
Lady Antebellum [41]
The Band Perry
Florida Georgia Line
2014
(42nd)
Florida Georgia Line [42]
Eli Young Band
Lady Antebellum
2015
(43rd)
Florida Georgia Line [43]
Little Big Town
Zac Brown Band
2016
(44th)
Florida Georgia Line [44]
Old Dominion
Zac Brown Band
2017
(45th)
Little Big Town [45]
Florida Georgia Line
Old Dominion

Category facts[edit]

Multiple Wins[edit]

Multiple Nominations[edit]

References[edit]

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