All the stars of Country music gathered together as the CMA Awards were handed out in Nashville Wednesday night.
FOX News Radio Entertainment Correspondent Sabrina Sabbagh was there and has the latest on the winners in this special CMA Awards edition of FOX Country:
I'm Sabrina Sabbagh.
The biggest award of the night went to George Strait for 'Entertainer of the Year' -- which meant more to him since he's retiring from touring next year. But winning that award did give him some pause.
Strait: "I don't know, this gets me fired up again, the cowboy might be riding back in. I don't know."
Another big winner during the ABC show -- Blake Shelton who won 'Album of the Year' as well as 'Male Vocalist of the Year' for the fourth year in a row:
Shelton: "I really did not think this was going to happen this year man, but it did, so let me thank some people."
His wife, Miranda Lambert also won 'Female Vocalist' for the fourth time.
Lambert: "I really didn't think this one was going to happen this year, I sit here every time and I'm just so thankful to be here."
Backstage, Lambert talked about the importance of winning the award so many years in a row.
Lambert: "Reba McIntyre-- she's royalty and to have tied with her, you know we both won four times consecutively. It blows my mind."
Other winners included Florida Georgia Line for 'Single of the Year' and 'Duo of the Year'.
And, 'New Artist' went to Kacey Musgraves.
That's FOX Country from FOX News Radio.
Follow Sabrina on Twitter: @SabrinaSabbagh
View a photo gallery from backstage at the CMA Awards: