Sam Hunt, Luke Bryan, And More Score 'American Music Awards'
November 23, 2015 at 7:19 AM (PT)
Country artists took home multiple honors at last NIGHT's (11/22) "AMERICAN MUSIC AWARDS," held at the MICROSOFT THEATER in LOS ANGELES. Having led the pack with nominations for all-genre awards New Artist Of The Year and Artist Of The Year as well as Favorite Country Album (NET NEWS 10/13), MCA NASHVILLE artist SAM HUNT came away with the award for New Artist Of The Year beating out contenders in multiple other formats.
CAPITOL NASHVILLE artist LUKE BRYAN won Favorite Male Country Artist and 19 RECORDINGS/ARISTA NASHVILLE artist CARRIE UNDERWOOD won Favorite Female Country Artist. REPUBLIC NASHVILLE duo FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE took home two awards: Favorite Country Album for "Anything Goes" and Favorite Country Band/Duo/Group.
Last NIGHT's show featured performances from CARRIE UNDERWOOD who sang her new single, "Heartbeat," and a duet from LUKE BRYAN and LITTLE BIG TOWN's KAREN FAIRCHILD, who sang the new single, "Home Alone Tonight,” off BRYAN’s album. ALL ACCESS recapped the NIGHT’s events and has a full list of winners across all genres (NET NEWS 11/23).