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article imageThomas Rhett wins 2017 ACM 'Male Vocalist of the Year'

By Markos Papadatos     Apr 3, 2017 in Music
On April 2, country star Thomas Rhett picked up his first "Male Vocalist of the Year" award from the Academy of Country Music (ACM).
When his name was announced in that prestigious category, Rhett was in total disbelief. "I don't know," he said in his acceptance speech. "I don't have a whole lot of words except for everyone in this category are my idols."
He noted that every artist in this category (his fellow nominees Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley, Chris Stapleton and Jason Aldean) have helped shaped the artist that he is today. "I try to be the best singer that I can," he said, graciously, prior to thanking the Academy of Country Music.
Rhett continued, "This is the most amazing award that I've ever received in my whole existence. Thank you so much. Thank you to the Lord for putting me in this situation to be up here tonight. This is a very humbling experience. Thank you. Cheers."
In addition, his single "Die a Happy Man" was named ACM's "Song of the Year," which was magically revealed to him by magician David Copperfield. "I'm overwhelmed. I didn't think this was going to happen," Rhett said. "Peace."
To learn more about 2017 ACM "Male Vocalist of the Year" winner Thomas Rhett, check out his official website.
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