American Music Award for Favorite Country Female Artist

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The American Music Award for Favorite Female Artist – Country has been awarded since 1974. Years reflect the year in which the awards were presented, for works released in the previous year (until 2003 onward when awards were handed out on November of the same year). The all-time winner in this category is Reba McEntire with 10 wins stretching across three decades. McEntire was also the first woman to win the award eight years in a row.

Winners and nominees

1970s

Year Artist Ref
1974
(1st)
Lynn Anderson [1]
Loretta Lynn
Tammy Wynette
1975
(2nd)
Olivia Newton-John [2]
Loretta Lynn
Marie Osmond
1976
(3rd)
Olivia Newton-John [3]
Loretta Lynn
Linda Ronstadt
1977
(4th)
Loretta Lynn [4]
Dolly Parton
Tanya Tucker
1978
(5th)
Loretta Lynn [5]
Crystal Gayle
Dolly Parton
1979
(6th)
Crystal Gayle [6]
Loretta Lynn
Linda Ronstadt

1980s

Year Artist Ref
1980
(7th)
Crystal Gayle [7]
Barbara Mandrell
Dolly Parton
1981
(8th)
Barbara Mandrell [8]
Crystal Gayle
Anne Murray
1982
(9th)
Anne Murray [9]
Emmylou Harris
Barbara Mandrell
Dolly Parton
1983
(10th)
Barbara Mandrell [10]
Emmylou Harris
Sylvia
1984
(11th)
Barbara Mandrell [11]
Janie Fricke
Crystal Gayle
Sylvia
1985
(12th)
Barbara Mandrell [12]
Anne Murray
Dolly Parton
1986
(13th)
Crystal Gayle [13]
Anne Murray
Dolly Parton
1987
(14th)
Barbara Mandrell [14]
Reba McEntire
Juice Newton
Tanya Tucker
1988
(15th)
Reba McEntire [15]
Rosanne Cash
Tanya Tucker
1989
(16th)
Reba McEntire [16]
Rosanne Cash
Tanya Tucker

1990s

Year Artist Ref
1990
(17th)
Reba McEntire [17]
K. T. Oslin
Dolly Parton
1991
(18th)
Reba McEntire [18]
Patty Loveless
Kathy Mattea
Lorrie Morgan
K. T. Oslin
1992
(19th)
Reba McEntire [19]
Kathy Mattea
Dolly Parton
1993
(20th)
Reba McEntire [20]
Wynonna Judd
Lorrie Morgan
Tanya Tucker
1994
(21st)
Reba McEntire [21]
Mary Chapin Carpenter
Wynonna Judd
Dolly Parton
1995
(22nd)
Reba McEntire [22]
Mary Chapin Carpenter
Lorrie Morgan
1996
(23rd)
Reba McEntire [23]
Mary Chapin Carpenter
Shania Twain
1997
(24th)
Shania Twain [24]
Faith Hill
Wynonna Judd
1998
(25th)
Reba McEntire [25]
LeAnn Rimes
Shania Twain
1999
(26th)
Shania Twain [26]
Faith Hill
LeAnn Rimes

2000s

Year Artist Ref
2000
(27th)
Shania Twain [27]
Faith Hill
Martina McBride
2001
(28th)
Faith Hill [28]
Martina McBride
Reba McEntire
2002
(29th)
Faith Hill [29]
Sara Evans
Jo Dee Messina
2003
(30th)
Martina McBride [30]
Jo Dee Messina
Lee Ann Womack
2003
(31st)
Faith Hill [31]
Martina McBride
Shania Twain
2004
(32nd)
Reba McEntire [32]
Martina McBride
Gretchen Wilson
2005
(33rd)
Gretchen Wilson [33]
Martina McBride
LeAnn Rimes
2006
(34th)
Faith Hill [34]
Carrie Underwood
Gretchen Wilson
2007
(35th)
Carrie Underwood [35]
Martina McBride
Taylor Swift
2008
(36th)
Taylor Swift [36]
Reba McEntire
Carrie Underwood
2009
(37th)
Taylor Swift [37]
Reba McEntire
Carrie Underwood

2010s

Year Artist Ref
2010
(38th)
Taylor Swift [38]
Miranda Lambert
Carrie Underwood
2011
(39th)
Taylor Swift [39]
Sara Evans
Miranda Lambert
2012
(40th)
Taylor Swift [40]
Miranda Lambert
Carrie Underwood
2013
(41st)
Taylor Swift [41]
Miranda Lambert
Carrie Underwood
2014
(42nd)
Carrie Underwood [42]
Miranda Lambert
Kacey Musgraves
2015
(43rd)
Carrie Underwood [43]
Kelsea Ballerini
Miranda Lambert
2016
(44th)
Carrie Underwood [44]
Kelsea Ballerini
Cam
2017
(45th)
Carrie Underwood [45]
Miranda Lambert
Maren Morris
2018
(46th)
Carrie Underwood
Kelsea Ballerini
Maren Morris

Category facts

Multiple Wins

Most Consecutive Wins

Multiple Nominations

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