A Night At The 56th Annual Country Music Association AwardsAt the 56th annual Country Music Association Awards, Luke Combs took home the top honor of entertainer of the year as well as album of the year for his record, "What You See Is What You Get."
Newcomer Lainey Wilson also had a big night, winning female vocalist of the year and new artist of the year. She impressed fans and critics with her debut album, "Sparrow," which features hits like "Things a Man Oughta Know" and "WWDD."
Chris Stapleton continued to dominate in the male vocalist category, taking home his fourth consecutive win in that category. Stapleton's latest release, "Starting Over," has been praised by critics and fans alike, with standout tracks like "Maggie's Song" and "Arkansas." Old Dominion was honored with vocal group of the year, while Brothers Osborne earned recognition in the vocal duo category. Both groups have had successful years with hits like Old Dominion's "One Man Band" and Brothers Osborne's "I'm Not for Everyone."
Overall, it was a night filled with talented artists being recognized for their hard work and incredible music. Congratulations to all of the winners!
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