November 11, 2010 by Post Team
Blake Shelton, Country couple Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert, the 44th annual CMA Awards were a dream come true. Shelton took Male Vocalist of the Year, and beamed on stage to receive the award. “It’s about 34 years the value of the measures there for me, you all,” said Shelton. “This is a really big deal for me.”
Lambert, who also celebrated his 27th birthday, won four CMA, including Female Vocalist of the Year, Album of the Year (for Revolution), and Video of the Year for “The House that I built,” which won composers Tom Douglas and Allan Shamblin Song of the Year.
Lambert also did a duet with Sheryl Crow and evaluation surprise Loretta Lynn in Lynn’s immortal song “Coal Miner’s Daughter” and before he performed, “wrote John Prine’s” That’s The Way Love Goes Round. ”
“After the night that Blake and Miranda are having, I think we can expect a baby of about nine months,” joked co-hosts Brad Paisley, who were filled with tears after he was named entertainer of the year. Paisley had won a whopping 13 CMA Awards in the past, but never great.
Other big winners tonight. “Need You Now” Lady Antebellum, who won the Vocal Group of the Year, and the single of the year for Zac Brown Band said the coveted New Artist of the Year trophy, and Sugarland was named Vocal Duo of the Year .
The evening also featured many notable, if brief, performances. Reba McEntire remained contemporary through the implementation of Beyonce “If I Were a Boy”, sang a duet Zac Brown Band, Alan Jackson, Kid Rock sang “Born Free.” And, of course, the actress Gwyneth Paltrow made her debut singing live, performing a strong version of the title track strong country, backed by Vince Gill.
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