Miranda Lambert Wins 4 Awards of Country Music

Miranda Lambert win four awards in the event the Academy of Country Music Awards, Sunday April 3rd local time. Lambert was holds a Best Female Singer, while the song "The House That Built Me" was awarded the Best Single Hits, Best Song and Best Video Clips.

Lambert dominated the 2011 ACM Awards with seven nominations, including Best Entertainer and Best Female Singer. In February, Lambert successfully won a Grammy Award trophy.

The 2011 ACM Awards highlighted a series of top musicians. Brad Paisley performed "Old Alabama" along with three veteran country singer of Alabama, who retired in 2004. While the former American Idol winner Carrie Underwood sang Walk This Way with Steven Tyler.

Taylor Swift amaze thousands of audiences through her ability to play musical instruments banjo. Previously Swift got some criticism over the poor performance of new single hits "Mean". Beating Lambert, Swift won the Best Entertainer.

This is a list of winners of the 2011 ACM Awards:
  • Entertainer of the Year: Taylor Swift
  • Best Male Singer: Brad Paisley
  • Best Female Singer: Miranda Lambert
  • Best Vocal Group: Lady Antebellum
  • Group Duo of the Year: Sugarland
  • Best Newcomer Group: The Band Perry
  • Newcomer Vocalist of the Year: Eric Church
  • Duo Group Best Newcomer: The Band Perry
  • Best Album: Need You Now (Lady Antebellum)
  • Best Single Hits: The House That Built Me (Miranda Lambert)
  • Best Song: The House That Built Me (Miranda Lambert)
  • Best Video Clips: The House That Built Me (Miranda Lambert)
  • Vocal Event of the Year: As She's Walking Away (Zac Brown Band feat. Alan Jackson)

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