blake shelton miranda lambert winners llist cmas 2012 Country Music Association Awards 2012 winners list: Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert score bigThe 2012 Country Music Association Awards crowned its new king and queen: Blake Shelton and his wife, Miranda Lambert, who together scored a total of five trophies.

Shelton nabbed the biggest prize, Entertainer of the Year, the couple were named Male and Female Vocalists of the Year, and they shared the Song award for “Over You.”

But the CMAS shared the love this year: Aside from Little Big Town upset wins for Vocal Group and Single for “Pontoon,” but all the other multiple nominees notched just a single win — including Eric Church, who had five noms going in.

The winners appear in boldface in the list below::

Entertainer of the Year

Jason Aldean

Kenny Chesney

Brad Paisley

Blake Shelton

Taylor Swift

Single of the Year (award goes to Artist and Producer(s))

“Dirt Road Anthem,” Jason Aldean, Produced by Michael Knox, Broken Bow Records

“God Gave Me You,” Blake Shelton, Produced by Scott Hendricks, Warner Bros. Records

“Home,” Dierks Bentley, Produced by Brett Beavers and Luke Wooten, Capitol Records Nashville

“Pontoon,” Little Big Town, Produced by Jay Joyce, Capitol Records Nashville

“Springsteen,” Eric Church, Produced by Jay Joyce, EMI Records Nashville

Album of the Year (award goes to Artist and Producer(s))

Chief, Eric Church, Produced by Jay Joyce, EMI Records Nashville

Four The Record, Miranda Lambert, Produced by Frank Liddell, Chuck Ainlay, and Glenn Worf, RCA Nashville

Home, Dierks Bentley, Produced by Brett Beavers, Luke Wooten, and Jon Randall Stewart, Capitol Records Nashville

Own The Night, Lady Antebellum, Produced by Paul Worley and Lady Antebellum, Capitol Records Nashville

tailgates & tanlines, Luke Bryan, Produced by Jeff Stevens and Mark Bright, Capitol Records Nashville

Song of the Year (award goes to Songwriter(s))

“Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” Will Hoge and Eric Paslay

“God Gave Me You,” Dave Barnes

“Home,” Dan Wilson, Brett Beavers, and Dierks Bentley

“Over You,” Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton

“Springsteen,” Eric Church, Ryan Tyndell, and Jeff Hyde

Female Vocalist of the Year

Kelly Clarkson

Miranda Lambert

Martina McBride

Taylor Swift

Carrie Underwood

Male Vocalist of the Year

Jason Aldean

Luke Bryan

Eric Church

Blake Shelton

Keith Urban

Vocal Group of the Year

Eli Young Band

Lady Antebellum

Little Big Town

The Band Perry

Zac Brown Band

Vocal Duo of the Year

Big & Rich

Love and Theft


The Civil Wars

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Musical Event of the Year (award goes to each Artist)

“Dixie Highway,” Alan Jackson featuring Zac Brown, ACR/EMI Records Nashville

“Feel Like A Rock Star,” Kenny Chesney (duet with Tim McGraw), Blue Chair Records/Columbia Nashville

“Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die,” Willie Nelson with Snoop Dogg, Kris Kristofferson, and Jamey Johnson, Legacy Recordings

“Safe and Sound,” Taylor Swift (featuring The Civil Wars), Big Machine Records/Universal Republic Records

“Stuck On You,” Lionel Richie (with Darius Rucker), Mercury Records Nashville

Musician of the Year

Sam Bush – Mandolin

Paul Franklin – Steel Guitar

Dann Huff – Guitar

Brent Mason – Guitar

Mac McAnally – Guitar

Music Video of the Year (award goes to Artist and Director)

“Come Over,” Kenny Chesney, Directed by Shaun Silva

“Over You,” Miranda Lambert, Directed by Trey Fanjoy

“Pontoon,” Little Big Town, Directed by Declan Whitebloom

“Red Solo Cup,” Toby Keith, Directed by Michael Salomon

“Springsteen,” Eric Church, Directed by Peter Zavadil

New Artist of the Year

Lee Brice

Brantley Gilbert

Hunter Hayes

Love and Theft

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