Old Dominion Named Vocal Group Of The Year At 2020 CMA Awards

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There is strength in numbers, which is why the CMA devotes a special category to country groups!

Each year, the CMA honors a solo male artist, solo female artist, a group, and a duo through designated awards. The Vocal Group of the Year Award is, of course, given to a group.

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The award was first presented in 1967, and was given to The Stoneman Family. The Statler Brothers hold the record for the most wins in the category, with a total of nine trophies to their name

Here were the nominees at the 2020 ceremony:

  • Lady A
  • Little Big Town
  • Midland
  • Old Dominion
  • Rascal Flatts

At last, eager fans got to find out who won the Vocal Group of the Year Award when the winning group’s name was announced during the CMA’s awards ceremony on Wednesday night (November 11).

Can we get a drumroll? The winner is….Old Dominion!

This marks Old Dominion’s third time winning the CMA Award for Vocal Group of the Year. Join us in congratulating them on this great accomplishment!

The group released two singles in 2020: “Some People Do” and “Never Be Sorry.” Check out their official music video for one of those tunes below!

Once more, congratulations to Old Dominion on this win!