Complete List of 2017 CMA Awards Winners

Chris Stapleton and Brothers Osborne walked away as the big winners of the night by taking home two trophies each.

Written by Kelly Brickey
Complete List of 2017 CMA Awards Winners
Garth Brooks, Miranda Lambert, Chris Stapleton; Photos by John Shearer/WireImage

Known as a night to remember for the country music community, the 51st Annual CMA Awards paid tribute to the lives lost throughout the past year and celebrated the feeling of family radiating throughout the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

For the second consecutive year, Garth Brooks earned the title of Entertainer of the Year and spread the blanketed message of love within his honorary speech. The current king of country clings to his prestigious title with a record number of wins in the category.

“The most important thing other than God himself are you — the people that allow us to be in the greatest music ever — country music,” Brooks told the uplifted crowd.

Both Chris Stapleton and Brothers Osborne stacked up a total of two awards each, with Stapleton garnered Male Vocalist of the Year and Album of the Year and Brothers Osborne taking the prizes for Music Video of the Year and Vocal Duo of the Year.

Below is a complete list of CMA Awards winners.

Musician of the Year: 

Mac McAnally (Guitar)

Music Video of the Year:
“It Ain’t My Fault” Brothers Osborne
Directed by Wes Edwards and Ryan Silver

Musical Event of the Year:
“Funny How Time Slips Away” Glen Campbell feat. Willie Nelson
Universal Music Enterprises

Single of the Year:
“Blue Ain’t Your Color” Keith Urban

Produced by Dann Huff and Keith Urban

Mix-Engineered by Chris Lord-Alge

Hit Red Records / Capitol Records Nashville / Universal Music Group Nashville

Song of the Year:
“Better Man,” written by Taylor Swift/performed by Little Big Town

New Artist of the Year:
Jon Pardi

Vocal Group of the Year:

Little Big Town

Vocal Duo of the Year:

Brothers Osborne

Album of the Year:
From A Room: Volume 1 Chris Stapleton
Produced by Dave Cobb and Chris Stapleton
Mercury Nashville/Universal Music Group Nashville

Female Vocalist of the Year:
Miranda Lambert

Male Vocalist of the Year:
Chris Stapleton

Entertainer of the Year:
Garth Brooks