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Ashley McBryde Scores First-Ever ACM Win

    Ashley McBryde Scores First-Ever ACM Win
    April 07, 2019

    New Female Artist of the Year winner Ashley McBryde, who received the news about her award from Carrie Underwood prior to the show (watch HERE), brought the crowd to their feet with her performances. The Washington Post called her performance of current single “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” a “moment of triumph” naming it one of their six best moments of the night. Blake Shelton added a standout performance of his current single “God’s Country,” co-written by label-mate Devin Dawson, before McBryde returned to the stage alongside Eric Church for a duet of “The Snake.”

    "Holy shit! I could light a lightbulb with the palm of my hand based on the energy in that room," said McBryde. "Not only could you feel that as a performer on stage, but it was even insane being seated in the audience."

     

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on April 7, 2019 - 12:00am

New Female Artist of the Year winner Ashley McBryde, who received the news about her award from Carrie Underwood prior to the show (watch HERE), brought the crowd to their feet with her performances. The Washington Post called her performance of current single “Girl Goin’ Nowhere” a “moment of triumph” naming it one of their six best moments of the night. Blake Shelton added a standout performance of his current single “God’s Country,” co-written by label-mate Devin Dawson, before McBryde returned to the stage alongside Eric Church for a duet of “The Snake.”

"Holy shit! I could light a lightbulb with the palm of my hand based on the energy in that room," said McBryde. "Not only could you feel that as a performer on stage, but it was even insane being seated in the audience."

 

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