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David Cline: Press


" " No Grammy Nomination Received for these Submissions".

David Cline Hits #1 in the
ROOTS MUSIC REPORT "MAJOR & INDIE" ARTISTS CHART"
13 SEPT. 2007.

David Cline Hits #1 in the
ROOTS MUSIC REPORT "MAJOR & INDIE" ARTISTS CHART"
06 SEPT. 2007.

David Cline Hits #1 in the
ROOTS MUSIC REPORT "MAJOR & INDIE" ARTISTS CHART"
17 MAY. 2007.

David Cline Hits #1 Indie in the
WORLDWIDE MAINSTREAM "MOST PLAYED
"MAJOR & INDIE" ARTISTS CHART"
15 NOV. 2002.



The Following Songs and Albums have been submitted for consideration for a Grammy nomination in the following categories.

"Another Man's Treasure" has been selected by the
National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS)
in consideration for a Grammy nominations in the following categories.
Best Country Album category!!! See excerpts from David's letter!

Consideration in the 48th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Country Album" category. "Texas Hold'em" (2005)
Consideration in the 48th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Male Country Vocal Performance" category.
"Texas Hold'em" (2005)
Consideration in the 48th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Country Song" category. "Texas Hold'em" (2005)
Consideration in the 48th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Country Song" category. "Brand New Friends" (2005)
Consideration in the 48th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Country Song" category. "The Lone Star Honky Tonkin'
Boogie Woogie Two Step Of Texas" (2005)
Consideration in the 47th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Country Song" category. "Good Ole Country Music
& Western Swing" (2004)
Consideration in the 47th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Country Album" category. "Good Ole Country Music
& Western Swing" (2004)
Consideration in the 47th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Male Country Vocal Performance" category.
"Good Ole Country Music & Western Swing" (2004)
Consideration in the 45th annual Grammy Awards in the
"Best Country Album" category (2002)
Consideration in the 43rd annual Grammy Awards in the
" Best Country Album" category (2000)

" No Grammy Nomination Received " .

Clara Walker's Rodeo City Music Hall "Outstanding
Performance Award" for (2003/2004)

Solo Male Entertainer and Pioneer Award at the Coast to Coast
Magazine Country Music Award Show 2002
Comedy Song Of The Year - "Lovey Dubby Chubby Hubby" and
Male Track Show Of The Year during 2001 by
The Lone Star Music Association.

Nominated for Male Vocalist of the Year, Male Entertainer of
the Year and Album Of The Year during 2001 by
The Lone Star Music Association.
First Place Country & Western - "Bar to Bar, Stool to Stool"
Hon. Mention -Singer/Songwriter- "Lovey Dovey Chubby Hubby"
2001 Dallas Songwriters Song Contest

Nominated for Male Vocalist Of The Year , Entertainer Of The Year
and Track Show Of The Year and Album of the Year
during 2000 by
The Lone Star Music Association.

"That Woman Is My Wife" won Traditional Song Of The Year ,
and "I Think I'm A Cowboy Now" won Novelty Song Of The
Year at the Coast to Coast Magazine Country Music Award
Show 2000.

The songs were judged by Royal Wade Kimes
and other Nashville celebrities.

"Heart and Soul" considered for Album of the Year (2000) by
the Lone Star Music Association.

"I Think I'm a Cowboy Now" considered for Song of the Year
and David Cline considered for Male Vocalist of the Year during 2000 by
The Academy of Western Artists.
Charts, Press, Awards
Hello David,
Great to hear from you sorry I haven't replyed earlier been extra busy the last while ,I enjoyed Bay of Islands Country Rock Festival and meeting you , your singing is great ,have been giving your music heeps on the radio,if you have more send them over and I will give them a spin for you . I have booked my air ticketts to go to Tamworth Australia Country Music Festival next year had a great time there this year your singing would go well there , hope to catch up with you if you ever come this way again thanks for your company .
All the best fromNew Zealand
Harry Higgs.
Harry Higgs (Jul 2, 2008)
Hi David
Just having a blast on my station and thought I would email you to say the
your song about your wife's Hummer has just bought a reaction! There has
been a lot of publicity about vehicles that are petrol guzzelers here and
the Hummer won the category hands down so I thought appropriate to play
your song so my Saturday night show has turned into a David Cline SHOW.
Funny how that happens. Your great voice and style of singing is really
great. Ray and I have stressed out over the last two days moving my
station to a higher aerial position and different location in Taupo and
now it all on to pull new listeners.
Hope you have settled down to being back to the grindstone in Texas.
Thankyou for your music. It is different to our Kiwi style and much
appreciated by those who love Country'
Regards
Cynthia Cotton
Jukebox FM 107.5 TAUPO New Zealand
Cynthia Cotton (Jul 2, 2008)