Lady Antebellum Win ACM for Single Record of the Year
Lady Antebellum have taken home their second ACM Award of the evening, as their chart-topping hit, 'Need You Now' -- already named Song of the Year, has now won Single Record of the Year.
"I don't think this compares to a gold medal," Lady A's Hillary Scott said, as Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn handed the trio the trophy.
"We just want to say how much fun we're having," Charles Kelley added. "This moment isn't lost on us .... We thank the players on this record!"
'Need You Now' won in a tough category filled with hit songs. Also nominated were 'People Are Crazy' by Billy Currington, 'Red Light' by David Nail, 'Toes' by the Zac Brown Band and Miranda Lambert's hit, 'White Liar.'
What's the difference between Song of the Year and Single Record of the Year, you ask? Well, song honors go to the songwriters of the tune, where single record is awarded to the recording artist and producer. Lady Antebellum also won both Single and Song of the Year at last year's CMA Awards, for their first No. 1 hit, 'Run to You.'