'Need You Now' has scored Lady Antebellum a No.1 on both the country and pop charts, plus record-breaking sales, and now they can add a CMA Award for Single of the Year to the song's list of achievements.

"You guys can tell how much fun it is to work with these three and how great they are," the trio's producer, Paul Worley, gushed from stage. "But if I won tonight, I wanted to thank my mom and dad," he kindly added, before putting the focus back on Lady A.

"We want to thank our families, Paul, the musicians on the record and Borman Entertainment," Lady A's Hillary Scott beamed.

"And everybody at Capitol Records, CAA [Creative Artist Agency], the fans and my dad," Dave continued, motioning towards his father, who had graciously agreed to accompany his son as his 'date' for the evening.

"Thank you to my brother, Josh Kelley," Charles added.

Lady Antebellum also won the CMA Award for Single of the Year last year, for 'I Run to You.'

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