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Jelly Roll Wins The Country Music Television Award For ‘Son Of a Sinner’



Jelly Roll Wins The Country Music Television Award For 'Son Of a Sinner'

(CTN News) – At the CMT Music Awards on Sunday, Jelly Roll won three awards for his confessional songs that won over fans.

As he thanked the country radio industry for its acceptance, the tattooed singer got emotional during the CBS show in Austin, Texas.

It’s your call, baby. I told them I wanted to be a country singer and now I’m standing here at the CMT Awards with the male video of the year.

Earlier in the night, Jelly Roll brought out a choir to sing “Need a Favor” and the crowd got wild.

It started off with Kelsea Ballerini reading off the names of six people killed in a school shooting Monday in Nashville, Tennessee. According to her, she saw a school shooting in her hometown cafeteria in Knoxville in 2008, and she prayed for “real action” that would protect children. In honor of the victims, country artists wore black ribbons earlier in the night.

However, the show prioritized nostalgia more than anything else, and Jelly Roll mixed tributes and covers with new artists and fan favorites.

A five-time Grammy winner and country superstar Shania Twain was honored with the Equal Play Award. Megan Thee Stallion, a Grammy-winning rapper from Texas, introduced Twain, and they danced and hugged.

According to Twain, the song’s lyrics became an undercurrent in his advocacy career.

I’ll keep championing all of the outstanding country artists who aren’t being played, streamed, toured, signed, or rewarded to the level they deserve,” Twain said. My view of country music is all-inclusive.”

Lainey Wilson won two awards for “Heart Like a Truck” and “Wait in the Truck” with HARDY for female video of the year.

As Jelly Roll Wilson said after winning female video of the year, “my heart is gonna explode, I’ll be honest,” calling her song an anthem for enduring “scratches, dent, and bumps along the way.”

His wife, Katelyn, took home the video of the year award with their duet “Thank God,” which they co-hosted.

Having recorded this song a year ago, Katelyn Brown says, “I never imagined this would happen.”

Later in the show, Ballerini took to the stage with her Jelly Roll flanked by drag artists. This is because states are considering limiting drag shows. With Kennedy Davenport, Jan Sport, Manila Luzon and Olivia Lux, all stars of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” she sang and danced.

Tennessee was the first state to place strict drag show performance limits this month. An earlier this week lawsuit temporarily blocked the law.

Most of the show was collaborations. Wynonna Judd and Ashley McBryde covered Foreigner’s “I Want to Know What Love is” in heavy fog.

Carly Pearce and Stefani performed their No Doubt Jelly Roll mid-90s pop-punk hit “Just a Girl.” Alanis Morissette brought more ’90s rock to the stage with a group performance of “You Oughta Know.”

With fireworks lighting up the Austin night, Carrie Underwood performed “Hate My Heart.”. At the end, Clark Jr. paid tribute to Stevie Ray Vaughn, the late Texas guitar legend.

The last original member of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Gary Rossington, passed away in March. Slash of Guns N’ Roses, Warren Haynes and Chuck Leavell of the Allman Brothers, and Paul Rodgers and Cody Johnson of ZZ Top closed out the show.


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