*Nominated For Texas Medal Of Arts 2009 *International Album Of The Year 2008 *Platinum level sponsor of the Nashville Fraternal Order Of Police, Honorary member of the Tennessee State Troopers organization, and Honorary Deputy Sheriff of Florida State Law Enforcement (1993-2007) *Elected to the Legends Hall Of Fame (2003) *Elected to the Producer's Hall Of Fame (2000) *Elected as Cashbox Magazine's Producer Of The Year (1988-1989-1990-1991-1992) *Elected as the Billboard Independent Producer Of The Year(1993) *Smokey River boys win international acclaim for "Sing O Brother" album (2003) *Elected to the Academy Of International Recording Artists Hall Of Fame (2004) *Elected to the West Texas Music Hall Of Fame - Pioneers Of Bluegrass Section (2005) *Nominated As Texas Producer Of The Year (2005) *Produced the Gospel Song Of The Year for BMI Songwriter Brenda Heffernan (2006) *Produced the #1 song in Billboard Magazine's Country Singles Sales Chart for the week of 04/08/2006 entitled "Country's What I Choose," by Len Snow Jr. (2006) *Produced the #11 song in Billboard Magazine's Hot 100 Pop Singles Sales Charts for the week of 05/29/2006 according to Nielsen Soundscan (2006) *Produced the Humanitarian Album Of The Year 2006/2007 to benefit autistic children (2007) *Nominated as Producer Of The Year for the 2010 Nammy Awards in New York. (2010) Victoria Blackie album nominated for 8 awards at the Native American Music Awards in New York on Platinum Plus International