Inside the Entertainer of the Year
“Looking back, it’s truly an amazing year for me,” Bryan says.
It’s Florida Georgia Line’s first year being nominated for Entertainer of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards, but no one is surprised they made the cut.
Lambert put out a classic album, raised money for dogs and opened a bed & breakfast. What did you do last year?
Aldean broke new musical ground again this year with his R&B-flavored hit single “Burnin’ It Down,” and the fans loved it.
When it came time to emerge from his self-imposed retirement, Brooks chose to do so in a big—no, wait, make that HUGE—way. Watch our ACM Entertainer of the Year video profile.
The number 13 has long been a lucky one for Taylor Swift, and 2013 was no exception. Seriously, we had to edit the list of her awards for length because the it goes on and on and on.
From his hit-packed new album to his national tour and his role as country ambassador on TV’s “The Voice,” 2013 proved to be a strong year for Blake Shelton. Watch our video profile of this ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee and get the details.
From hit songs to her charity work to the excellent album she released with the Pistol Annies, 2013 was another strong year for Miranda Lambert.
From the 60 for 60 campaign that launched his 60th No. 1 hit, to the release of his album Love Is Everything, to being the recipient of the prestigious ASCAP Founders Award, 2013 was very good to George Strait.
No one can argue that in 2013, Luke Bryan had the year of his life. He sold out a tour, he released a first-week million selling album and he crashed everyone’s party.