ACM Male Vocalist honor goes to Stapleton
Sunday, April 3, 2016
– Chris Stapleton wracked up his fourth honor at the Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday by winning Male Vocalist of the Year.
"Thank you," he said. "There are so many people to thank." He proceeded to give shout outs to people who had helped him along the way.
"I got to thank my wife all the time," said Stapleton of his wife, Morgan. "She makes me sound better and look better than I ever would have."
He also thanked fans in general, saying, Thank you for being so kind to me. I really truly appreciate it."
Stapleton also won Album of the Year for "Traveller" and Song of the Year for "Nobody to Blame." He previously won New Male Vocalist of the Year.
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