HARDY, Lainey Wilson Tie for Most ACM Award Wins

FRISCO, Texas (WDEF) — From big wins and new music, to surprise collaborations, the 58th Academy of Country Music Awards was one to remember.

Keith Urban kicked off the night with a performance of his song “Texas Time,” which was as big as the Lone Star State.

Tennessee Valley native Kane Brown made his hometown proud with a high energy performance of “Bury Me in Georgia.”

Kane was also nominated for five awards.

One collaboration most didn’t expect was with Luke Combs and pop star Ed Sheeran.

They sang “Life Goes On,” which is on Sheeran’s newly-released album, “-” (Subtract).

As for some of the winners, Chris Stapleton took home his first ACM Entertainer of the Year award.

Lainey Wilson and HARDY tied for the most wins last night – each taking home four awards.

They shared two of them – Visual Media of the Year, and Music Event of the Year for their song, “Wait in the Truck.”

Later, Dolly Parton ended the show with a bang with the world premiere of “World on Fire.”

This new song will be on her highly anticipated rock album, Rockstar, which comes out in November.

Parton and Garth Brooks hosted the awards show.

You can see all of the ACM Awards winners here.

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