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1 hits dating back to 2013, and jumped to another level last year with the huge success of the ballad “Die a Happy Man.” The track won song of the year, which landed Rhett his second trophy of the night, tying Florida Georgia Line (single of the year for “H. Meanwhile, Jason Aldean was named entertainer of the year for the second year in a row, beating out Urban, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan and Carrie Underwood.A full list of winners and nominees is below — here are some of the best and worst moments of the ACMs.Lambert, singing the haunting track “Tin Man” off her latest album, crushed the song, earning a well-deserved standing ovation.She admitted before the ceremony that she was nervous about playing the tune solo on such a big stage. * Lady Antebellum and “You Look Good.” The trio is back from a hiatus with “You Look Good,” a soul-infused single that makes good use of horns, and their first live performance of the track doubled down on the brass section.[The Backstreet Boys stole the show at the ACM Awards, and here’s why that’s good and bad news] * Miranda Lambert and “Tin Man.” Country award shows really love pyrotechnics and fancy special effects.But sometimes the most effective performance is a stripped-down acoustic ballad.Brooks & Dunn added to their record stash of nearly two dozen trophies and continued as the most honored artists in the history of the Academy of Country Music’s awards show with a gospel-laced song they admitted was risky to record.
“This is a song with no ifs, no ands and plenty of butts,” host Reba Mc Intire quipped.
* Brett Eldredge’s unnecessarily complicated number. Eldredge has a killer voice, yet it was impossible to concentrate as he started singing “Somethin’ I’m Good At” in the back of a suite in the arena and then walked out into the audience, interacting with crowd members and a highly flexible contortionist. “Humble and Kind” Tim Mc Graw (written by Lori Mc Kenna) “Kill A Word” Eric Church feat.
Turns out several people were members of the Vegas show “Absinthe,” so they must be happy with the promotion — though it was at the expense of Eldredge’s performance. The five entertainer of the year nominees (Aldean, Bryan, Underwood, Urban, Florida Georgia Line) kicked off the show with a medley, a good idea in theory. If you’re going to have five of the biggest stars in the genre, it would make sense to come up with a more creative use of their time. The Las Vegas Journal-Review floated the rumor last week that Twain may appear and perform a new single from her upcoming album.
“I just want to say thank you for letting me use my heartbreak and sharing it with me,” she told the audience. ) trophy in a row for female vocalist, she gave Underwood a hug and then turned the spotlight on her fellow singers. While on stage accepting the album of the year trophy with Lambert, legendary producer Frank Liddell took to the microphone with a few words of wisdom aimed at aspiring writers. It’s still hard to beat a voice like Stapleton’s; the singer took the stage with producer Dave Cobb and his wife, Morgane Stapleton, to debut a new rock song (“Second One to Know”) from his upcoming album. Hunt strolled out into the audience while singing his ridiculously catchy “Body Like a Back Road” and surprised his fiancée by sitting down and throwing his arm around her, as the cameras eagerly zoomed in.
She looked slightly embarrassed, though gamely went along with the sweetly awkward gesture. You can read about it in more detail here, but let’s just say that Tim Mc Graw, Faith Hill, Keith Urban, Carrie Underwood, Nicole Kidman and many more stars lost their minds when BSB and Florida Georgia Line collaborated on “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back).” * Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley’s monologue.