It's again a golden year for Kacey Musgraves! The singer won a Grammy Award in February and she again took home the album of the year award for Golden Hour at the ACM Awards 2019.
The 54th Academy Of Country Music Awards was hosted by Reba McEntire on Sunday, April 7, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
Musgraves, 30, won the award over fellow nominees Eric Church, Chris Stapleton, Dierks Bentley and Dan + Shay.
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The songstress was full of emotions when she took the stage, saying, "Oh my gosh, thank you so much." She said the sessions for the album were "some of the greatest memories of my entire life."
I truly, truly appreciate this, and the chance to share my perspective. Thank you to everyone out there still supporting and buying records. It means everything to me.
Musgraves thanked the ACM and her band, crew, as well as her younger sister Kelly Musgraves who designs her album covers.
The win makes the R&B singer, 30, the first artist to win album of the year at CMA Awards, Grammy Awards and ACM Awards in the same year since Taylor Swift completed that feat between 2009 and 2010.
Musgraves previously received album of the year award in ACMs 2014 for Same Trailer Different Park.
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