Country Music Association Award for Vocal Group of the Year
|Country Music Association Award for Vocal Group of the Year|
|Presented by||Country Music Association|
|Currently held by||Old Dominion (2022)|
The following list shows the recipients for the Country Music Association Award for Vocal Group of the Year.
The award was first presented in 1967 to The Stoneman Family. Dolly Parton was the first female recipient of the award, winning in 1968 for her work with Porter Wagoner. The Judds and the Dixie Chicks are the only all-female groups to win the award, with Parton and June Carter Cash receiving the award as part of a male/female duo and Highway 101, Lady Antebellum and Little Big Town including female members. In 1970, a separate award was established for vocal duo. The Statler Brothers are the group with the most wins in this category, with nine wins.
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- Most wins
|Total wins||9 wins||6 wins||5 wins|
|Band||The Statler Brothers||Little Big Town
|Total nominations||21 nominations||18 nominations||17 nominations|
|Band||Alabama||The Statler Brothers||Little Big Town|
Won on first nomination
- The Stoneman Family (1967)
- Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner (1968)
- Highway 101 (1988)
- Kentucky Headhunters (1990)
- The Mavericks (1995)
- (The Chicks) Dixie Chicks (1998)
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Country Music Association Awards
Just Between You and Me (Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton album)
Porter Wayne and Dolly Rebecca
Once More (Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton album)
Two of a Kind (Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton album)
The Best of Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton
Just Between You and Me: The Complete Recordings, 1967–1976
53rd Annual Country Music Association Awards
56th Annual Country Music Association Awards
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