ACM Awards 2023: See the full list of winners

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(From left) Garth Brooks and Dolly Parton present the 58th Academy of Country Music Awards on Thursday in Frisco, Texas.

(CNN) – The 58th Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards Held on Thursday with co-hosts Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks resides at the Ford Center in Frisco, Texas.

ACM celebrates country music’s biggest stars and emerging talent.

Lainey Wilson was the standout artist of the night with three wins, including Album of the Year, and Chris Stapleton won Entertainer of the Year.

Miranda Lambert, Kane Brown, Luke Combs, Keith Urban and Jelly Roll were among the evening’s many performers, with co-host and 2022 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Barton closing the show with a performance of “World on Fire.” New song from his highly anticipated rock album “Rockstar”.

Ed Sheeran made a surprise appearance to sing his new song “Life Goes On” in a duet with Luke Combs.

The ACMs are streaming live on Prime Video and will be rebroadcast for free on Amazon Freevee on Friday at 8 p.m. ET.

See the full list of nominees below, with winners in bold.

Entertainer of the Year

On Jason’s side

Kane Brown

Luke Combs

Miranda Lambert

Chris Stapleton * Success

Carrie Underwood

Morgan Wallen

Female Artist of the Year

Kelsea Ballerini

Miranda Lambert

Ashley McBride

Carly Pierce

Lainey Wilson * Success

Male Artist of the Year

Kane Brown

Luke Combs

Jordan Davis

Chris Stapleton

Morgan Wallen * Success

Twins of the Year

Brooks & Dunn

Brothers Osborne * Success

Dan + Shay

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Maddy & Day

War and Treaty

Group of the Year

Lady A

Small big city

Midland

Old Dominion * Success

Jack Brown Band

New Female Artist of the Year

Priscilla Black

Megan Moroney

Caitlin Smith

Morgan Wade

Hayley Withers

New Male Artist of the Year

Zach Bryan

Jackson Dean

Ernest

Dylan Scott

Nate Smith

Bailey Zimmerman

Album of the year

“Ashley McBride Presents: Lindeville” – Ashley McBride

“Bell Bottom Country” – Lainey Wilson * Success

“Growing Up” – Luke Combs

“Mr. Saturday Night” – John Pardy

“Palomino” – Miranda Lambert

Single of the year

“Hard Like a Truck” – Lainey Wilson

“Don’t Wanna Be That Girl” – Carly Pearce & Ashley McBride

“Head Me At Head’s Carolina” – Cole Swindell * Success

“Thank God” – Kane Brown with Katelyn Brown

“You Can’t” – Cody Johnson

Song of the year

“Sand in My Boots” – Morgan Wallen

“Head Me At Head’s Carolina” – Cole Swindell * Success

“You Can’t” – Cody Johnson

“Wait in the Truck” – Hardy feat. Lainey Wilson

“You should probably quit” – Chris Stapleton

Visual Media of the Year

“Heart First” – Kelsea Ballerini

“Head Me At Head’s Carolina” – Cole Swindell

“Thank God” – Kane Brown with Katelyn Brown

“You Can’t” – Cody Johnson

“Wait in the Truck” – Hardy feat. Lainey Wilson

“What He Didn’t Do” – Carly Pierce

Songwriter of the Year

Nicole Galion

Ashley Gourley

Chase McGill

Josh Osborne

Hunter Phelps

Artist-Songwriter of the Year

Luke Combs

Ernest

Hardy

Miranda Lambert

Morgan Wallen

Music event of the year

“At the End of a Bar” – Chris Young with Mitchell Tenpenny

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“She had me at Head’s Carolina [Remix]” – Cole Swindell & Joe Dee Messina

“Thank God” – Kane Brown with Katelyn Brown

“Thinking ‘Bot You” – feat. Dustin Lynch. Mackenzie Porter

“Wait in the Truck” – Hardy feat. Lainey Wilson * Success

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