Luke Brushes tops CMA Grants; Loretta Lynn, Jerry Lee Lewis respected

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Luke Combs was crowned entertainer of the year at Wednesday’s Country Music Association Awards,

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the second year in a row that he’s taken home the night’s top honor.

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“I want to thank country music for making my dreams come true,”

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Combs said, dedicating the award to his wife and newborn child.

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His win came after a performance-packed three-hour show that honored country icons and new voices.

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“Country is sounding more country than it has in a long time tonight,” Combs said. He also won album of the year for “Growin’ Up.”

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The show opened with Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert and Reba McEntire playing tribute to the late country queen Loretta Lynn.

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The superstar trio performed a medley of Lynn’s hits including “You Ain’t Woman Enough,”

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“Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’” and “Coal Miner’s Daughter” as images of Lynn were projected behind them and audience members sang along.

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