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Miranda Lambert wins big at CMA awards

By Chris Richards

- Miranda Lambert celebrated her 27th birthday as the big winner at Nashville's CMAs on Wednesday night, taking home three awards, including album of the year for "Revolution" and video of the year for "The House That Built Me" (watch it above). Loretta Lynn had this to say about the country firestarter: "Nobody in country music is more country than Miranda." View a list of all of all the CMA winners after the jump.

- Local indie-pop label Teenbeat Records and band +/- are suing Peter Saville, longtime album cover designer for the legendary British label Factory Records. Teanbeat thinks one of Saville's recent designs is too close to an old +/- album cover. Considering that the entire Teenbeat aesthetic has borrowed so heavily from Saville's designs over the years, we find this news quite puzzling. This appears to be a hoax.

Winners at the 2010 CMA awards:

Entertainer of the Year: Brad Paisley

Female Vocalist of the Year: Miranda Lambert

Male Vocalist of the Year: Blake Shelton

New Artist of the Year: Zac Brown Band

Vocal Group of the Year: Lady Antebellum

Vocal Duo of the Year: Sugarland

Single of the Year: “Need You Now,” Lady Antebellum

Album of the Year: Revolution, Miranda Lambert

Song of the Year: “The House That Built Me”

Musical Event of the Year: “Hillbilly Bone,” Blake Shelton, featuring Trace Adkins

Music Video of the Year: “The House That Built Me,” Miranda Lambert

Musician of the Year: Mac McAnally, Guitar

By Chris Richards  | November 11, 2010; 9:15 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Loretta Lynn, Miranda Lambert, Peter Saville, Teenbeat Records  
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