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  • Career Achievement Award Toby Keith and Ronnie Milsap have been chosen to receive the Career Achievement Award, honoring an individual artist, duo, group or multiple artist collaboration that have advanced the popularity and acceptance of country music through their endeavors in the entertainment industry in multiple areas during the preceding calendar year. Toby Keith has been riding high ever since his 1993 debut single, Shouldve Been a Cowboy. The Oklahoma native took the reins in 1999 by switching record labels and releasing the bold album, How Do You Like Me Now? Since that time, hes won ACM Awards for Entertainer of the Year (2002, 2003), Male Vocalist of the Year (2000, 2003), Album of the Year (2000, 2003) and Video of the Year (2003, 2011). In addition to his 20 No. 1 country singles, hes enhanced his unmistakable brand through movie roles (Beer For My Horses) and Toby Keiths I Love This Bar and Grill restaurants. Since 2002, Keith has performed on 11 USO tours in 21 countries, including Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan.Ronnie Milsap brought a pop and R&B sensibility to country music in the 1970s and 1980s, even as his rich, clear voice rang true as country. Forty years ago, the North Carolina native marched to No. 1 with Pure Love, paving the way for a total of 49 Top 10 hits on Billboards country chart. He won his first ACM Award as the 1982 Male Vocalist of the Year. Three years later, Lost in the Fifties (In the Still of the Night) claimed Song of the Year. Milsap received the 2001 Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award and will release a new album in March.Past recipients of the Career Achievement Award include John Anderson, Vince Gill, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Johnny Paycheck, Carl Perkins, Reba and Kenny Rogers.- See more at:

  • Check out what Nashville Scene had to say about Summer Number Seventeen.

  • Hear Ronnie talk about the inspiration for his new album, "Summer Number Seventeen."

  • The countdown is on! Stream a different track from the new album, Summer Number Seventeen, each day leading up to the release. Check it out here:

  • Check out American Songwriter Magazine's premiere of "Georgia On My Mind."

  • To celebrate the release of Summer Number Seventeen, you can stream a track off the new album each day leading up to the release on March 18th.Check it out here:

  • Read Part 2 of Ronnie's interview with CMA Close Up at the link below.