ACM Awards 2018: The Complete Winners List

Jason Aldean was named Entertainer of a Year for a third uninterrupted time during a 53rd ACM Awards. “It’s been a severe year. Thanks to everybody who reached out and showed adore and support to us, it meant a lot to us,” he said, usurpation his trophy. “To my Route 91 people, we guys are in my hearts always, adore we guys. And we adore Las Vegas, Vegas strong. Thank you.” Aldean, who was onstage during a Route 91 Harvest festival shooting, was visibly romantic as he spoke. 

Elsewhere, Miranda Lambert won her ninth uninterrupted Female Vocalist of a Year trophy, while Chris Stapleton triumphed in a Male Vocalist category. Stapleton’s From A Room: Volume 1 was also named Album of a Year during a ACMs and Lambert’s “Tin Man” won Song of a Year. “Thank we for pity my damaged heart with me,” Lambert said, usurpation a endowment with co-writers Jack Ingram and Jon Randall. The lane is a prominence of Lambert’s double manuscript The Weight of These Wings.

Brothers Osborne and Rhett Akins were early winners during a awards. The kin twin won their second uninterrupted Vocal Duo of a Year ACM trophy, as good as a endowment for song video for “It Ain’t My Fault.” Brothers Osborne faced unbending foe in a twin race, as luminary integrate Tim McGraw and Faith Hill perceived their initial assignment in a category.

“Us going opposite Tim alone would be impossible, though we chuck Faith Hill in a mix,” John told Rolling Stone earlier, assessing their chances of victory. “But we’re elegant of all of that and [winning has] altered a lives in a large way. we consider it gave us a outrageous volume of effect to people who are not in a nation industry. It non-stop people’s eyes and it non-stop a doorway to a lot of things.”

Elsewhere, Atkins was named Songwriter of a Year and Lauren Alaina, Brett Young and a contingent Midland scored in a new artist categories. “You feel unequivocally proud, looking during dual of your best friends and going, ‘This crazy thought of us doing a plan over a adore of nation song is a covenant to follow your ambitions, your dreams and going in full force,” Midland’s Mark Wystrach told Rolling Stone Country.

Here’s a finish list of winners:

Entertainer of a Year
Jason Aldean - WINNER
Garth Brooks
Luke Bryan
Chris Stapleton
Keith Urban

Female Vocalist of a Year
Kelsea Ballerini
Miranda Lambert - WINNER
Reba McEntire
Maren Morris
Carrie Underwood

Male Vocalist of a Year
Jason Aldean
Thomas Rhett
Chris Stapleton - WINNER
Keith Urban
Chris Young

Vocal Duo of a Year
Brothers Osborne - WINNER
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line
Tim McGraw and Faith Hill

Vocal Group of a Year
Lady Antebellum
Little Big Town
Old Dominion - WINNER

New Male Vocalist of a Year
Kane Brown
Luke Combs
Devin Dawson
Russell Dickerson
Brett Young - WINNER

New Female Vocalist of a Year
Lauren Alaina - WINNER
Danielle Bradbery
Carly Pearce

New Vocal Duo or Group of a Year
High Valley
Midland - WINNER
Runaway June

Songwriter of a Year
Rhett Akins - WINNER
Ashley Gorley
Hillary Lindsey
Shane McAnally
Josh Osborne

Album of a Year
The Breaker – Little Big Town
California Sunrise – Jon Pardi
From A Room: Volume 1 – Chris Stapleton - WINNER
Happy Endings – Old Dominion
Life Changes – Thomas Rhett

Single Record of a Year
“Better Man” – Little Big Town
“Body Like a Back Road” – Sam Hunt - WINNER
“Broken Halos” – Chris Stapleton
“Drinkin’ Problem” – Midland
“I’ll Name a Dogs” – Blake Shelton

Song of a Year
“Body Like a Back Road” – Sam Hunt (songwriters: Zach Crowell, Sam Hunt, Shane McAnally, Josh Osborne)
“Female” – Keith Urban (songwriters: Ross Copperman, Nicolle Galyon, Shane McAnally)
“Tin Man” – Miranda Lambert (songwriters: Jack Ingram, Miranda Lambert, Jon Randall) - WINNER
“Whiskey and You” – Chris Stapleton (songwriters: Lee Thomas Miller, Chris Stapleton)

Video of a Year
“Black” – Dierks Bentley
“It Ain’t My Fault” – Brothers Osborne - WINNER
“Legends” – Kelsea Ballerini
“Marry Me” – Thomas Rhett
“We Should Be Friends” – Miranda Lambert

Vocal Event of a Year
“Craving You” – Thomas Rhett featuring Maren Morris
“Dear Hate” – Maren Morris featuring Vince Gill
“Funny (How Time Slips Away) – Glen Campbell and Willie Nelson
“The Fighter” – Keith Urban featuring Carrie Underwood - WINNER
“What Ifs” – Kane Brown featuring Lauren Alaina

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