Chris Stapleton Takes 6 At CMA Awards, Including Best Album Chris Stapleton was the big winner of this year’s CMA Awards, taking home six trophies, including song and album of the year.  Stapleton also won for producer of the song and album for “Starting Over.” Stapleton won for male vocalist of the year for the fifth time and he would’ve swept the night had he won for Entertainer of the Year, which went to Luke Combs.  The stage definitely belonged to Stapleton, when he wasn’t accepting awards he performed alongside Jennifer Hudson in a tribute to the late Aretha Franklin performing Willie Nelson’s hit, “Night Life.”  Chris Stapleton has more in store, as one of Adele’s “dream duets” he will appear on a bonus track of her upcoming release, “30” on a remix of her single, “Easy On Me.” What was your favorite Chris Stapleton moment at the CMAs?

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