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Randy Travis and George Michael Score Triple Plays
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Marlow, Shirley
Date: Jan 31, 1989
Start Page: 2
Section: 1; National Desk
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[Randy Travis] and [George Michael] each collected three trophies at the 16th annual American Music Awards. The awards, selected by a poll of 20,000 people, were presented during a three-hour ABC-TV ceremony from the Shrine Auditorium. Travis was named favorite male country vocalist and won the album trophy for "Always & Forever" and the single award for "I Told You So." Michael was favorite male vocalist in both the pop-rock and the soul-rhythm-and-blues categories. His album "Faith" claimed the soul-rhythm & blues album award. Whitney Houston won the favorite female pop-rock and rhythm & blues vocalist categories. Other winners included Guns N' Roses, whose "Sweet Child O' Mine" won best pop-rock single, and Freddie Jackson, whose "Nice 'N' Slow" took the R&B single award.

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