AWARDS AND CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

1983 Shelly was the featured artist at the OTl International Music Festival.

1983 Shelly was one of the featured performers at the 3rd Annual Tejano Music Awards Banquet.

1984 Tejano Music Awards Nominee: Female Entertainer of the Year.

1984 TMA Nominee : Female Vocalist of the Year.

1985 TMA Nomination for "Enamorada": Song of the Year.

1985 TMA Nomination for "Enamorada": Single of the Year

1985 TMA Nomination for Vocal Duo of the Year

1987 TMA Nominee: Female Vocalist of the Year and Female Entertainer of the Year

1989 TMA Nominee: Female Vocalist of the Year and Female Entertainer of the Year

1991 Female Vocalist of the Year, 2nd Annual Latin Times Music Awards

1991 TMA Nominee: Female Vocalist of the Year and Female Entertainer of the Year

1991 Performance at the 1991 Texas State Fair in Dallas

1992 TMA Nomination for "Sabes Que Si": Song of the Year

1992 TMA Nominee: Female Vocalist of the Year and Female Entertainer of the Year

1992 TMA Nomination for "Sabes Que Si": Album of the Year

1992 TMA Nomination for "Heart Over Matter": Tejano Country Song of the Year

1992 Seguin, Texas LULAC Club "Music Award"

1992 Tejano Female Artist of the Year/Vocalist of the Year PURA VIDA AWARDS

1992 Female Vocalist of the Year, 3rd Annual Latin Times Music Awards

1992 Downtown Youth Drop-In Center Award, First Annual Friends of the Center

1992 Wrangler Corporate Sponsorship

1992 Children's Shelter Benefit, San Antonio

1992 Edgewood ISD P.A.S.S. Program, San Antonio

1992 Miller Corporate Sponsorship

1993 Nominated for various categories for the 13th Annual Tejano Music Awards

1993 Nominated for various categories for the 2nd Annual PURA VIDA Music Awards

1993 Performance at the El Paso, Texas Annual Rodeo

1993 Performance at the San Antonio, Texas Rodeo

Hollywood recording engineer Bernie Grundman, who cut the masters on Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and "Bad" albums plus new recordings by Prince, Barbra Streisand, Johnny Mathis and Stevie Ray Vaughn, mastered Shelly's Top Forty single release" I'm Over You" and "Forever You and Me" both co-written by Shelly Lares.