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article imageOp-Ed: Academy of Country Music awards predictions — Vocal Event

By Markos Papadatos     Mar 31, 2013 in Entertainment
Five collaborations are in the running for the 2013 "Vocal Event of the Year" Academy of Country Music (ACM) award. The ACM ceremony will take place on April 7, but this is an off-camera award.
The nominated collaborations include Kelly Clarkson and Vince Gill's "Don't Rush," the Rascal Flatts and Natasha Bedingfield's "Easy," Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw's "Feel Like a Rock Star," David Nail and Sarah Buxton's "Let It Rain," and "The Only Way I Know," which is a collaboration by Luke Bryan, Eric Church and Jason Aldean.
In recent years, this award has gone to such artists as Brad Paisley and Keith Urban for "Start a Band," Blake Shelton and Trace Adkins for "Hillbilly Bone," as well as Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson for "Don't You Wanna Stay."
This year, it'll most likely be either Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw's "Feel Like a Rock Star" or "The Only Way I Know," which features Eric Church, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean. Look for either collaboration to be named "Vocal Event of the Year" by the ACM. The only possible spoiler would be the Rascal Flatts and Natasha Bedingfield for their duet "Easy." The other nominees would have to settle with the nomination, which is noteworthy in itself.
The only disadvantage is that this category will not be televised on CBS on ACM night, so there is not going to be a live acceptance speech by the artists of the winning collaboration.
On April 7, visit the ACM official website, to find out which of these aforementioned collaborations will take home the ACM victory.
This opinion article was written by an independent writer. The opinions and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily intended to reflect those of DigitalJournal.com
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