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[11/03/05 - 12:00 AM]
2005 Radio Music Awards Nominations Announced

[via press release from NBC]

2005 RADIO MUSIC AWARDS NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED

NBC ANNOUNCES 2005 RADIO MUSIC AWARD NOMINEES INCLUDING 50 CENT, KELLY CLARKSON, GREEN DAY, TIM MCGRAW, MARIAH CAREY, DESTINY'S CHILD, USHER AND MANY MORE

BURBANK -- November 3, 2005 -- The 2005 Radio Music Award nominees for best artists and songs of the year in mainstream, urban and rhythmic, alternative and active rock, rock, adult hit and country music as determined by Mediabase, the medium's leading source for tracking airplay, were announced today. The winners of each category will be announced during the show's live broadcast on Monday, December 19 from Las Vegas (9-11 p.m. ET).

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. In past years, the show has included many of the top names in music including Elton John, Destiny's Child, Tim McGraw, Nelly, Avril Lavigne, Kelly Clarkson, Janet Jackson and many more.

The following are the 2005 Radio Music Award nominees:

Artist of the Year/ Mainstream Hit Radio
50 Cent
Black Eyed Peas
Ciara
Kelly Clarkson
Nelly
Gwen Stefani
Usher

Artist of the Year/Urban and Rhythmic Radio
50 Cent
Mariah Carey
Ciara
Destiny's Child
Game
Lil Jo & The Eastside Boyz featuring Usher and Ludacris
Usher

Artist of the Year/ Alternative and Active Rock Radio
Foo Fighters
Green Day
Linkin Park
Metallica
Nirvana
Pearl Jam
Red Hot Chili Peppers

Artist of the Year/Country Radio
Brooks and Dunn
Kenny Chesney
Alan Jackson
Toby Keith
Tim McGraw
George Strait
Keith Urban

Artist of the Year/Rock Radio
AC/DC
Aerosmith
Green Day
Led Zeppelin
Metallica
Pink Floyd
Van Halen

Artist of the Year/Adult Hit Radio
3 Doors Down
Kelly Clarkson
Goo Goo Dolls
Green Day
Avril Lavigne
Maroon 5
U2

Song of the Year/Mainstream Hit Radio
"We Belong Together" - Mariah Carey
"1,2 Step" - Ciara (with Missy Elliott)
"Behind Those Hazel Eyes"- Kelly Clarkson
"Since You Been Gone" - Kelly Clarkson
"I Don't Want To Be" - Gavin DeGraw
"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" - Green Day
"Over and Over" -- Nelly (with Tim McGraw)

Song of the Year/Urban and Rhythmic Radio
"Candy Shop" - 50 Cent
"1,2 Step" - Ciara (featuring Missy Elliott)
"How We Do" - Game (featuring 50 Cent)
"Lovers & Friends" - LiL Jon & The Eastside Boyz (featuring Usher and Ludacris)
"We Belong Together" - Mariah Carey
"Let Me Love You" - Mario
"Drop It Like It's Hot" - Snoop Dogg

Song of the Year/Alternative and Active Rock Radio
"So Cold" - Breaking Benjamin
"Cold" - Crossfade
"Best of You" - Foo Fighters
"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" - Green Day
"Holiday" - Green Day
"The Hand That Feeds" - Nine Inch Nails
"Home" - Three Days Grace

Song of the Year/Country Radio
"Nothin' To Lose" - Josh Gracin
"Mr. Mom"- Lonestar
"That's What I Love About Sun" - Craig Morgan
"Mud On The Tires" - Brad Paisley
"Bless The Broken Road" - Rascal Flatts
"Some Beach" - Blake Shelton
"Baby Girl" - Sugarland

Song of the Year/Rock Radio
"Be Yourself" - Audioslave
"Best of You" - Foo Fighters
"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" - Green Day
"Burning Bright" - Shinedown
"Just Like You" - Three Days Grace
"Vertigo" - U2
"Fall to Pieces" - Velvet Revolver

Song of the Year/Adult Hit Radio
"One Thing" - Finger Eleven
"Give a Little Bit" - Goo Goo Dolls
"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" - Green Day
"Breakaway" - Kelly Clarkson
"You and Me" - Lifehouse
"She Will Be Loved" - Maroon 5
"Lonely No More" - Rob Thomas

The 2005 Radio Music Awards is executive produced by David Broome, Anthony Eaton, Von Freeman and Paul Joseph.





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