50th CMA’s Review and Winners

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It is a show that had laughter and tears throughout the evening. This, the 50th Country Music Awards, is one to remember. Again, to host was Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley who did a wonderful job with the duties. This year brought many out to see not only who would win what, but also performances from some of today’s hottest artists with some surprises along the way. The 50th CMAs is an awards show that country fans and others look forward to because it is a time to see their favorite artists and all the fashion that goes along with it. The show celebrated its 50th wonderful an emotional, this is what makes it special each year. Below is a list of winners and a short review just in case you missed out on it.

The show opened with a medley and included surprises. There was quite a bit of tissues being used when Randy Travis, who suffered a near fatal stroke 3 years ago, came out onto the stage. This erupted into a sing along of ‘Forever and ever Amen’, there was not a dry eye in the house.

The Dixie Chicks and Beyoncé put on an electrifying performance to plenty of mixed reviews, but none the less it was electrifying to see this collaboration. There was a comedic showing from Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley as they interacted with football quarterback Brett Manning who was in the audience to support Kenney Chesney. This included the host taking a mocking approach to his insurance commercials and it was golden to watch. The question on quite a few minds today is: is Taylor Swift coming back to country? At the end of the day, does it matter. Music is meant to be enjoyed, no matter what genre it is and that is all that needs to be stated. Now it is time to announce winners from the different categories.

Entertainer of the Year – Garth Brooks

Male Vocalists of the Year- Chris Stapleton

Female Vocalists of the Year- Carrie Underwood

New Artist of the Year- Maren Morris

Musical Event of the Year- Different for Girls

Single of the Year- Die a Happy Man

Album of the Year- Mr. Misunderstood, Eric Church

Music Video of the Year- Fire Away, Chris Stapleton

Song of the Year- Humble and Kind, Lorri McKenna

Vocal Duo of the Year- Brothers Osbourne

Vocal Group of the Year- Little Big Town

Musician of the Year- Dann Huff

Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award- Dolly Parton

Pinnacle Award- Kenney Chesney

This night was filled with glitz, glamour, fun, laughter, and most of all tears. The CMA’s are good about bringing entertainers into a setting that most are not use to and making them feel honored and welcomed at the same time. Country music will not be going away anytime soon; it is part of music and part of history. This awards show may not be the Grammys but it brings heart in everything it did. The night was a celebration of country music and it was joyous in a variety of ways. Till next year, enjoy music and don’t worry about what genre it is.

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