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CMA Awards, And 'The Band Perry'

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The Band Perry performs at the 44th Annual CMA Awards on Wednesday night in Nashville. From left: Neil Perry, Kimberly Perry and Reid Perry. The group that calls Greeneville home performed the hit "If I Die Young" at about 10:10 p.m. as a lead-in to Kimberly Perry announcing CMA award winners in the category for best country radio stations. The Band Perry was nominated for CMA group of the year, which was won by Lady Antebellum. For more news from the CMA awards read Thursday's Greeneville Sun.

Originally published: 2010-11-11 06:00:13
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NASHVILLE (AP) - Miranda Lambert's coronation at the Country Music Association Awards came with the most authentic endorsement you can get in Music City: Loretta Lynn.

"Nobody in country music is more country than Miranda," the icon said.

Lambert won three CMA awards Wednesday night, including the coveted album of the year, celebrating her 27th birthday by leading a sea change in country music that also included two wins for her fiance, Blake Shelton, and entertainer of the year for long-suffering Brad Paisley.

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