UMG Nashville Toasts Wins By Chris Stapleton, Keith Urban and More

Universal Music Group Nashville celebrated the 51st Annual CMA Awards at an after-party at the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum on Wednesday night (Nov. 8).

The label group brought home multiple trophies including Keith Urban, Single of the Year for “Blue Ain’t Your Color;” Jon Pardi, New Artist of the Year; Chris Stapleton, Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year for From A Room: Volume 1; Brothers Osborne, Vocal Duo of the Year and Music Video of the Year for “It Ain’t My Fault;” and Little Big Town, Vocal Group of the Year.

(L-R): UMGN President Cindy Mabe, Darius Rucker, UMGN Chairman and CEO Mike Dungan, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, UMG CFO and EVP – Boyd Muir. Photo Credit: Chris Hollo

(L-R): UMG CFO and EVP Boyd Muir, John Osborne (Brothers Osborne), TJ Osborne (Brothers Osborne), UMGN President Cindy Mabe, Jon Pardi, UMGN Chairman and CEO Mike Dungan. Photo Credit: Chris Hollo

(L-R): UMG CFO and EVP Boyd Muir, UMGN Chairman and CEO Mike Dungan, UMGN President Cindy Mabe, Hannah Lee Hunt, Sam Hunt. Photo Credit: Chris Hollo

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