American Music Awards: Award Show Season In Full Swing

Published: 2005-11-23
The American Music Awards is somewhat of a precursor to the Grammy's in February. Mariah Carey and Green Day both had a big year in the music industry in 2005, as they both proved to be successful at Tuesday night's live telecast of the American Music Awards. Mariah Carey thanked the public for all the warmth and love while accepting her award while Green Day took home two AMAs at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

Plenty of performers were there including Pharell, Gwen Stefani, Hilary Duff, and Rob Thomas, The Rolling Stones, and the Eurythmics. Those who were not in attendance to accept their awards were Eminem, 50 Cent, Green Day, Kelly Clarkson, the Black Eyed Peas, and R. Kelly.

Will Smith won Favorite Male Artist beating out Rob Thomas and 50 Cent. "There's a lot of darkness in the world, and I'm committed with all the strength I got to bring the light÷" Smith said in regards to his style of music.
AMA winners are selected via survey of approximately 20,000 music consumers.

Writer: Robert Frezza

   

 

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finally will smith won something.
Posted by: Anonymous on November 23, 2005
does anyone know the name of the song that rob thomas sang at the american music awards this past week?
Posted by: Anonymous on November 25, 2005
'ever the same'- you really should check out the album '...Something To Be' :D
awesome! :)
Posted by: Anonymous on November 30, 2005
I would like to get the orhestra version of Ever the Same - sang at the Music Awards - is it for sale?
Posted by: Anonymous on July 19, 2006
I too would like to get the orchestra version of Ever the Same that Rob Thomas sang at the American Music Awards. Is it for sale?
Posted by: kolson on September 03, 2006
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