Highlights from the 2023 CMA Awards: Lainey Wilson's Triumph and Jelly Roll's Rise 

Lainey Wilson's Victory: Lainey Wilson shines at the 57th CMA Awards, winning five trophies, including the top prize, making her the first woman to do so in over a decade. 

Diverse Performances: The event showcases a spectrum of country music, from established artists like Chris Stapleton to rising stars like Post Malone and Jelly Roll 

Wynonna Judd's Tribute: Country legend Wynonna Judd praises Jelly Roll, the 2023 CMA New Artist of the Year, recognizing his contribution to the genre's evolution. 

Historic Win: Tracy Chapman makes history as the first Black woman to win a CMA Award, with Luke Combs receiving Song of the Year for his rendition of Chapman's "Fast Car." 

Luke Combs' Double Victory: Combs not only wins Song of the Year but also Single of the Year for "Fast Car," showcasing his talent and influence in the industry. 

Chapman's Gratitude: Despite her absence, Tracy Chapman expresses gratitude for the recognition of "Fast Car" thirty-five years after its release. 

Jelly Roll's Humble Success: Jelly Roll, hailed as the Best New Artist, maintains humility, acknowledging both Music Row and his hometown of Nashville for his success. 

Community Support: Jelly Roll appreciates the support of his community, recognizing the role of everyday individuals in his journey to success. 

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