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[10/01/04 - 12:00 AM]
Janet Jackson to Be Given Radio Legend Award During the '2004 Radio Music Awards' Live from Las Vegas on October 25

[via press release from NBC]

JANET JACKSON TO BE GIVEN RADIO LEGEND AWARD DURING THE 2004 RADIO MUSIC AWARDS LIVE FROM LAS VEGAS ON OCTOBER 25

Nominees include Beyonc�, Usher, Matchbox Twenty, Outkast, 3 Doors Down, Santana, Tim McGraw and many more

BURBANK, Calif. -- September 29, 2004 �- On Monday, October 25, the biggest names in music will be in Las Vegas to celebrate their successes at the 2004 Radio Music Awards live from the Aladdin Casino Resort, the future home of Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, Nevada. Thought of by the music industry as the Golden Globes of music award shows because of its casual party-style, this year promises to be even bigger than last with Janet Jackson being recognized for her success with the Radio Legend Award.

Last year, P.Diddy, Nelly and Murphy Lee, Avril Lavigne, Michelle Branch, Jewel and more brought down the house with their incredible performances and Michael Jackson made a rare, memorable appearance. This year promises to be just as fun and more exciting than last with a stellar list of performances and presenters (to be announced at a later date).

Anthony Eaton, Von Freeman, Paul Joseph and Dave Broome are executive producers of this special from Tall Pony Productions.

The following are this year's nominees, based on the amount of radio airplay as determined by Mediabase, the medium's leading source for tracking airplay:

Artist of the Year/Adult Contemporary Radio
Celine Dion
Matchbox Twenty
Shania Twain
Train
Uncle Kracker

Artist of the Year/Country Radio
Keith Urban
Kenny Chesney
Rascal Flatts
Tim McGraw
Toby Keith

Artist of the Year/Hip-Hop/Rhythmic Radio
Beyonc�
Chingy
Outkast
Twista
Usher

Artist of the Year/Modern Adult Contemporary Radio
3 Doors Down
Maroon5
Matchbox Twenty
Santana
Train

Artist of the Year/Rock Radio
Audioslave
Godsmack
Jet
Linkin Park
Nickelback

Artist of the Year/Rock Alternative Radio
Audioslave
Godsmack
Jet
Linkin Park
Three Days Grace

Artist of the Year/Top 40 Radio
3 Doors Down
Beyonc�
Maroon5
Outkast
Usher

Song of the Year/Country Radio
"I Love This Bar" � Toby Keith
"Remember When..." � Alan Jackson
"There Goes My Life" � Kenny Chesney
"What Was I Thinkin'" � Dierks Bentley
"Who Wouldn't Wanna Be Me" � Keith Urban

Song of the Year/Hip-Hop/Rhythmic Radio
"Tipsy" -- J-KWON
"The Way You Move" featuring Sleepy Brown � Outkast
"Freek-A-Leek" � Petey Pablo
"Yeah!" featuring Jon and Ludacris � Usher
"Damn" featuring Lil' Jon � Young Bloodz

Song of the Year/Modern Adult Contemporary Radio
"Bright Lights" � Matchbox Twenty
"Here Without You" -- 3 Doors Down
"Someday" � Nickelback
"White Flag" � Dido
"Why Don't You and I" � Santana

Song of the Year/Rock Radio
"Cold Hard Bitch" � Jet
"Figured You Out" � Nickelback
"I Am The Highway" � Audioslave
"Show Me How To Live" � Audioslave
"So Far Away" - Staind

Song of the Year / Rock Alternative Radio
"Faint" � Linkin Park
"Numb" � Linkin Park
"Figured You Out" � Nickelback
"So Far Away" � Staind
"I Hate Everything About You" � Three Days Grace

Song of the Year/Top 40 Radio
"Here Without You" - 3 Doors Down
"Hey Ya!" � Outkast
"Someday" -- Nickelback
"This Love" � Maroon5
"Yeah!" featuring Lil' Jon & Ludacris -- Usher

Cingular Artist of the Year
3 Doors Down
Beyonc�
Nickelback
Outkast
Usher





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