Brad Paisley's 'Letter to Me' has been named Song of the Year by Music Row magazine. Paisley was honored at Tuesday's Music Row Awards, hosted by BMI in Nashville. This is his second Song of the Year win, as his hit, 'He Didn't Have To Be,' took home the same trophy back in 2000.

Following their ACM win for Top New Vocal Group, Lady Antebellum was named Music Row's Breakthrough Artist of the Year. Luke Bryan took home the Breakthrough Songwriter honors.

"Every time I turn on Music Row and realize I get to do this, it's just a dream," Bryan said upon accepting his award. "It's unbelievable to get to do this for a living everyday."

Bryan started out as a songwriter before scoring his own record deal. He wrote 'Good Directions' for Billy Currington and 'Honky Tonk History' for Travis Tritt before releasing his debut album, which has spawned the hits 'All My Friends Say,' 'We Rode in Trucks' and 'Country Man.'

Lady Antebellum Live Performance