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Big Machine artists win big at 2014 Academy of Country Music awards

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On April 6, the Academy of Country Music (ACM) awards took place at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. It turned out to be a big night for the artists on the Big Machine Label Group roster, which is comprised of three labels: Valory Music Company, Big Machine Records, as well as Republic Nashville.

Tim McGraw's collaboration with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban entitled "Highway Don't Care" took home the award for "Video of the Year," meanwhile Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley from the hit country duo Florida Georgia Line were named "Vocal Duo of the Year."

The Band Perry were honored as this year's "Vocal Group of the Year" and Justin Moore was crowned "New Artist of the Year," in a category that was voted by the fans. This marked Moore's first major award show win and it was long-overdue. He performed his brand new single "Lettin' The Night Roll" on the ACM stage.

For more information on the Big Machine Label Group and their artists, visit their official website.

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