April 08, 2013 05:49 AM by Donna W. Martin
Last night was one of country music’s most-anticipated nights of the year, the ACM Awards 2013. And veteran winner, Miranda Lambert racked up again winning three awards. Which awards did the former Voice mentor walk away with? Take the jump to find out!
According to the Los Angeles Times, Lambert won three awards including Single Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Female Vocalist of the Year.
Lambert won Single Record and Song of the Year awards for “Over You,” a song co-written by her and fellow country music singer and husband Blake Shelton about a personal experience he had as a teenager when his older brother was killed in a car wreck. Winning the awards meant a lot to Lambert and it was obvious in her acceptance speech. “Having your song lyrics recognized by your peers is about as good as it gets. Thank you for accepting me as a songwriter and not just a singer, that means the world to me,” an overjoyed Lambert said during her acceptance speech for single record.
Shelton took the stage with Lambert during the Song of the Year acceptance saying he had learned so much from his wife and a lot of things about himself. “I used to think I was a decent songwriter until I started working with her, and this is proof of it…blows me away. She really taught me how to write a good song,” he said.
This was Lambert’s fourth consecutive win for Female Vocalist of the Year.
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