Title of Male Spokesman of the Year in 2018 CMA Awards he went to the south country rocker, Chris Stapleton.
The artist was the most nominated at this year's ceremony with a total of seven goals, taking the trophy to go home Song of the Year a Single of the Year (for "Broken Halos") as well as Male Voice.
Stapleton had a trade mark flaw to his acceptance speech, stating the declaration of the year, "I try to be very difficult to be a good singer," before going on to thank & # 39; w children for "giving her" to go so often and apologize for "not being as good as dad as I always like."
"You are all connected to all of these people, and I'll appreciate that," he told his four children and was a child soon to be fifth.
He also thanked supportive lady Morgane, who was in the audience, always "helping me find the right thing to be and the right thing to do. "
Stapleton also performed one stop stop at night with Morgane, Maren Morris, The Marty Stuart and Mavis Staples, bringing down the house with their media collaboration on Stapleton's and Friends' Staple Singers & # 39; "I'll Take You There."
The latest Stapleton album, From Room: Vol. 2, nominated for it Album of the Year, losing to Kacey MusgravesLatest, Gold Hour.
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