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Country Music Association Inc. - Organizational member Certificate to Capitol Records - 1960  

Country Music Association Inc. - Organizational member Certificate to Capitol Records - 1960

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Beautiful certificate from the Country Music Association Inc. issued in 1960 to Capitol Records for its contributions to the further developement of Country Music and the industry world wide. This item has the penned signatures for the Association’s Chairman of the Board, Stephen H. Sholes and President, Kennety F. Nelson and Secretary.

Other names include Paul Ackerman editor of Billboard 1943-1973 AND Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Jim Denny Country Music Hall of Famer, Len Ellis radio personality, Roy Horton Hall of Famer (HOF) promoter of many country music legends, Pee Wee King song writer and recording artist HOF, Gene Johnson, Harry "Hap" Peebles, Mac Wiseman bluegrass singer "voice with a heart," Harold Moon, Connie B. Gay and many more.

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The Country Music Association (CMA) was founded in 1958 in Nashville, Tennessee. It originally consisted of only 233 members and was the first trade organization formed to promote a music genre. The objectives of the organization are to guide and enhance the development of Country Music throughout the world; to demonstrate it as a viable medium to advertisers, consumers and media; and to provide a unity of purpose for the Country Music industry. However the CMA may be best known to most country music fans for its annual Country Music Association Awards broadcast live on network television each fall (usually October or November).

Initially, CMA's Board of Directors included nine directors and five officers. Wesley Rose, president of Acuff-Rose Publishing, Inc., served as CMA's first chairman of the board. Broadcasting entrepreneur and executive Connie B. Gay was the founding president.

Originally there were nine individual membership categories. The current 15 categories represent all facets of the music industry. Organizational memberships are also available. CMA membership is composed of those persons or organizations that are involved in Country Music, directly and substantially.

The first CMA Awards ceremony was held in 1967 in Nashville. Sonny James and Bobbie Gentry hosted the event, which was not televised. The winner of the first "Entertainer of the Year" award was singer Eddy Arnold. "Male Vocalist of the Year" went to Jack Greene and "Female Vocalist of the Year" to Loretta Lynn.

In 1968, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans hosted the awards, which were presented at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. (The ceremony was filmed and televised on NBC a few weeks later.) The first live telecast of the show was in 1969.

Annual awards are given in the following twelve categories: Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist, Female Vocalist, New Artist of the Year (formerly the Horizon Award), Vocal Group, Vocal Duo, Single, Album, Song, Music Event, Music Video, and Musician.

The CMA also gives a "CMA Broadcast Award" to country-formatted radio stations each year. Broadcast Awards are segmented based on market size, major market (Arbitron Ranking 1—25), large market (Arbitron Ranking 26—50), medium market (Arbitron Ranking 51—100) and small market (All other Markets). A single station cannot win the award in consecutive years.

History from Wikipedia and OldCompany.com (old stock certificate research service).

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