CMAs: Vocal Group of the Year Award Goes To Old Dominion

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If you think it’s hard to choose just one person to win an award – try picking just one group of crazy-good musicians and honoring them with a major accomplishment!

Each year, five different vocal groups get nominated for one of the biggest awards of the night at the annual CMA Music Awards in Nashville. This year, for the 56th awards ceremony, five wildly-talented groups are nominated for the coveted Vocal Group of the Year and casting a vote is a tough choice!

The Country Music Association announced the award nominations on September 7th. The five nominees for Vocal Group of the Year were as follows:

Lady A
Little Big Town
Old Dominion
Zac Brown Band


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Jordan Davis and Parker McCollum were on hand to give out the award, and after a little banter, they announced the winner for Vocal Group of the Year was Old Dominion!

This marks Old Dominion’s fifth consecutive Vocal Group of the Year win at the CMA Awards! Since 1967, this has now happened 4 times: Statler Brothers (1972-1977), Rascal Flatts (2003-2008), and Little Big Town (2012-2017).