Chris Stapleton Tops Waffle House’s Tunie Awards Winners

Chris Stapleton. Photo: Becky Fluke

Chris Stapleton‘s “Tennessee Whiskey” won the award for the Most-Played Song at this year’s Tunie Awards Show. Stapleton accepted the award during the virtual music awards show that celebrated the top artists and songs played on Waffle House jukeboxes over the past year.

Tracks from Kane Brown, Justin Bieber, Eagles, Rihanna and more made the Top 10 Most-Played Songs, while Luke Combs won Top Country Artist, Zac Brown Band won Top Country Band, Lee Brice took home Top Songwriter, Brice and Carly Pearce‘s “I Hope You’re Happy Now” took Top Collaboration, MercyMe earned Top Christian Artist, and LoCash won Breakout Band of the Year.

See the full list of winners below:

LoCash: Breakout Band of the Year
Luke Combs: Top Country Artist (top country artist played in Waffle Houses this year)
Carly Pearce & Lee Brice: Top Collaboration
Zac Brown Band: Top Country Band
3 Doors Down: Top Alternative Rock Band
Kid Rock: Waffle House Tunie Legend Award
Ivey Asher: Scattered Smothered & Discovered
Mercy Me: Top Christian Artist
Shinedown: Top Cover Song
Lynyrd Skynyrd: Lifetime Achievement Award
Lauren Alaina: Top Country Vocalist
Lee Brice: Top Songwriter
Walker Hayes: 2020 Waffle House Song (it’s called “Waffle House Girl”)
Old Dominion: Associates’ Choice Award

The Waffle House Jukebox Top Ten Songs of 2020 are:

1. “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton
2. “Location” by Khalid
3. “Yummy” by Justin Bieber
4. “Can We Talk” by Tevin Campbell
5. “Can’t Feel My Face” by The Weeknd
6. “Sure Thing” by Miguel
7. “Heaven” by Kane Brown
8. “Hotel California” by Eagles
9. “Love on the Brain” by Rihanna
10. “Hold On, We’re Going Home (ft. Majid Jordan) by Drake


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