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CMA Awards 2016 Complete List Of Winners

The Country Music Association Awards, theoretically a joyful night that celebrates country singers, had a common theme this year: tears.

Brad Paisley, left, and Carrie Underwood hosted the CMA Awards again.
Brad Paisley, left, and Carrie Underwood hosted the CMA Awards again. (Charles Sykes/Invision/AP)
Miranda Lambert wiped her eyes at the end of the show’s emotional opener, which featured a medley of classic country songs that culminated in a singalong of “Forever and Ever, Amen” with Randy Travis, who suffered a near-fatal stroke three years ago. Thomas Rhett said he and Garth Brooks cried together during that performance. Songwriter Lori McKenna broke down when she won song of the year for Tim McGraw’s “Humble and Kind.”

Carrie Underwood and Maren Morris sobbed as they picked up their trophies for female vocalist and new artist, respectively. John Osborne wept when he accepted the prize for vocal duo of the year with his brother, TJ, who was trying not to cry. Kenny Chesney looked a little teary during his Pinnacle Award speech. Even Dolly Parton could barely keep it together after a group of female country singers paid tribute to her most famous songs.

“I would have cried, but I didn’t want to mess up my eyelashes,” Parton said. “I was doing my best!”

CMA Awards 2016 Complete List Of Winners
Dolly Parton accepts the Willie Nelson Lifetime Achievement Award at the 50th annual CMA Awards.
(Gustavo Caballero/Getty Images)
The people who should have been in tears were the producers, given that an incredibly tense World Series Game 7 was happening over on Fox, stealing many viewers. But despite the serious TV competition, this was one of the most entertaining CMA Awards in recent memory. A complete list of winners and nominees are below;

Entertainer of the year

Garth Brooks (winner)
Luke Bryan
Chris Stapleton
Carrie Underwood
Keith Urban

Male vocalist of the year

Dierks Bentley
Eric Church
Tim McGraw
Chris Stapleton (winner)
Keith Urban

Female vocalist of the year

Kelsea Ballerini
Miranda Lambert
Maren Morris
Kacey Musgraves
Carrie Underwood (winner)

New artist of the year

Kelsea Ballerini
Old Dominion
Maren Morris (winner)
Brothers Osborne
Cole Swindell

Album of the year

Dierks Bentley, “Black”
Eric Church, “Mr. Misunderstood” (winner)
Maren Morris, “Hero”
Keith Urban, “Ripcord”
Carrie Underwood, “Storyteller”

Single of the year

“Record Year,” Eric Church
“Humble and Kind,” Tim McGraw
“My Church,” Maren Morris
“Die a Happy Man,” Thomas Rhett (winner)
“Nobody to Blame,” Chris Stapleton

Song of the year

“Burning House,” Cam (written by Camaron Ochs, Tyler Johnson, Jeff Bhasker)
“Record Year,” Eric Church (written by Eric Church and Jeff Hyde)
“Humble and Kind,” Tim McGraw (written by Lori McKenna) (winner)
“My Church,” Maren Morris (written by Busbee and Maren Morris)
“Die a Happy Man,” Thomas Rhett (written by Sean Douglas, Thomas Rhett and Joe Spargur)

Vocal group of the year

Lady Antebellum
Little Big Town (winner)
Old Dominion
Rascal Flatts
Zac Brown Band

Vocal duo of the year

Brothers Osborne (winner)
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line
Joey + Rory
Maddie & Tae

Musical event of the year

“Different For Girls,” Dierks Bentley feat. Elle King (winner)
“Home Alone Tonight,” Luke Bryan feat. Karen Fairchild
“The Fighter,” Keith Urban feat. Carrie Underwood
“Think of You,” Chris Young with Cassadee Pope
“You Are My Sunshine,” Morgane Stapleton with Chris Stapleton

Music video of the year

“Burning House,” Cam
“Fire Away,” Chris Stapleton (winner)
“Humble and Kind,” Tim McGraw
“Record Year,” Eric Church
“Somewhere on a Beach,” Dierks Bentley


Source: The Washinton Post

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