UMG Nashville celebrated the 50th Academy of Country Music Awards at the Legends Club at AT&T Stadium.
Big Machine Label Group executives at Sunday’s Academy of Country Music Awards in Arlington, Texas.
Just moments after being named New Artist of the Year by the Academy of Country Music, Cole Swindell celebrated backstage with Warner Music Nashville’s President & CEO John Esposito and his manager Kerri Edwards of KP Entertainment/Red Light Management.
RCA Nashville’s Miranda Lambert was the most awarded artist at Sunday’s 50th Academy of Country Music Awards, taking home Album of the Year (Platinum), Song of the Year (“Automatic,” a double win as artist and songwriter), and Female Vocalist of the Year – her sixth in a row, extending her all-time ACM record for the most consecutive wins in that category. Lambert was also presented with the previously announced ACM 50th Anniversary Milestone Award as the ACM’s Most Awarded Solo Female Artist.
Streamsound Records hosted a brunch Sunday morning (4/19) during The 50th ACM Awards at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, TX. Guest were treated to performances from Kristian Bush, Austin Webb and Dakota Bradley. Among the guest were WUBE’s Big Dave Morning show team with the station’s ACM winners.