38th Annual Country Music Association Awards

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  1. Tarkin The Ewok

    Tarkin The Ewok Supporting Actor

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    What are your opinions of this year's show? Did the CMA pick the right winners? Who was the best performer of the night? What do you think of Brooks & Dunn as the hosts?

    This is your forum to talk about country music's biggest night.

    It is still on in my time zone, but I just wanted to say that I am extremely happy that Keith Urban won the Male Vocalist of the Year Award.
     
  2. MickeS

    MickeS Producer

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    There were too many slow songs, and I didn't think Brooks & Dunn were very good. The ending with Kenny being cut off during his speech and the lights going to B & D who just looked confused and said "Goodnight" was an anti-climax. Maybe Dolly shouldn't have talked so long (I love Dolly, but she was taking up time). [​IMG]

    Otherwise it was pretty good, I loved Terri Clarks performance, and Keith Urban was great too. But what was Jimmy Buffet doing there, I wouldn't count him as country?

    /Mike
     
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    Patrick Sun Studio Mogul

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    Did anyone get caught lip-syncing?
     
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    todbnla Screenwriter

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    I did not know their were any african american country rappers [​IMG] What is this all about?

    Is this format really country anymore or is it "pop whatever"?
     
  5. Henry Gale

    Henry Gale Producer

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    If it had anything to do with country music, I would have been watching it.
    It's been 30 years now since I had the first country music "programmers" tell me, "So-and-so is too country."
    So, get over it, yes it's pop, just go find the music you like and program your own.
     

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