Singer-songwriter Keith Urban performs onstage during the 52nd annual CMA Awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 14, 2018 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

And that’s a wrap! Check out all the winners from the 52nd Annual CMA Awards.

The CMA Awards were live on the ABC Network, and were jam packed with performances from many of your favorite country stars.

Here are all the nominees and winners:

Entertainer of the Year

Jason Aldean
Luke Bryan
Kenny Chesney
Chris Stapleton
WINNER – Keith Urban

ANALYSIS: Well that was quite the surprise to close Chris Stapleton’s night. Keith Urban is an icon of entertainment and for growing the industry, so the win is a worthy one. 

Female Vocalist of the Year

Kelsea Ballerini
Miranda Lambert
Maren Morris
Kacey Musgraves
WINNER – Carrie Underwood

ANALYSIS: A power group of women in country music. One of these women should have been up for Entertainer of the Year as well, but alas. Carrie Underwood had a bit of a quiet year compared to some of the others, but always a deserving talent. 

Male Vocalist of the Year

Dierks Bentley
Luke Combs
Thomas Rhett
WINNER – Chris Stapleton
Keith Urban

ANALYSIS: All Chris, all the time. Four of these things now for him. 

Vocal Duo of the Year

WINNER – Brothers Osborne
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line
Maddie & Tae

ANALYSIS: Anything other than a Brothers Osborne win was going to be a monumental upset. Though Dan + Shay wouldn’t have upset anyone. Three of these trophies for this duo now. They are going to be treading into Brooks & Dunn territory soon, if they’re not careful. 

New Artist of the Year

Lauren Alaina
WINNER – Luke Combs
Chris Janson
Brett Young

ANALYSIS: Not exactly very many “new” artists here, as they all have some good time under their belt. But Luke Combs was a megastar this year, so it’s not exactly a surprise win.

Single of the Year

WINNER – “Broken Halos” by Chris Stapleton
“Drinkin’ Problem” by Midland
“Drowns the Whiskey” by Jason Aldean, featuring Miranda Lambert
“Meant to Be” by Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line
“Tequila” by Dan + Shay

ANALYSIS: No surprise here again. A couple other deck chair nominees to be different from Song of the Year, but no change in result! Stapleton all night.

Song of the Year

“Body Like a Back Road” by Sam Hunt
WINNER – “Broken Halos” by Chris Stapleton
“Drowns the Whiskey” by Jason Aldean featuring Miranda Lambert
“Drunk Girl” by Chris Janson
“Tequila” by Dan + Shay

ANALYSIS: A great crop of songs, but Chris Stapleton is going to be hard to stop in any category tonight.

Vocal Group of the Year

Lady Antebellum
Little Big Town
WINNER – Old Dominion

ANALYSIS: Old Dominion came on STRONG this year, especially with “Hotel Key” killing it on country radio. These guys may get a few of these trophies.

Musical Event of the Year

“Burning Man” by Dierks Bentley featuring Brothers Osborne
“Dear Hate” by Maren Morris featuring Vince Gill
“Drowns the Whiskey” by Jason Aldean, featuring Miranda Lambert
WINNER – “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright” by David Lee Murphy with Kenny Chesney
“Meant to Be” by Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line

ANALYSIS: David Lee Murphy’s resurgence back onto the country music scene is official now, as his duet with Kenny Chesney is the surprise first winner of the day. The event was set to be performed on the show tonight, but unfortunately Chesney had to miss the show due to a death in the family. “Meant to Be” seemed to be the heavy favorite in the category due to it’s mega-crossover appeal.

Music Video of the Year

“Babe” by Sugarland, featuring Taylor Swift
“Cry Pretty” by Carrie Underwood
“Drunk Girl” by Chris Janson
WINNER – “Marry Me” by Thomas Rhett
“Tequila” by Dan And Shay

ANALYSIS: Another mild surprise from the early awards, as the (pseudo) return of Taylor Swift to country music was the favorite to win. But Rhett’s emotional video for his sweet song of wedded bliss clearly swayed enough voters.

Album of the Year

From a Room Vol. 2, by Chris Stapleton
WINNER – Golden Hour by Kacey Musgraves
Graffiti U by Keith Urban
Life Changes by Thomas Rhett
The Mountain by Dierks Bentley

ANALYSIS: A bit of a surprise here, but by far the most pleasant one. Golden Hour was easily the best start to finish album of the year…by a long shot. So very well deserved, and a great high five for women in country music!

Musician of the Year

Jerry Douglas
Paul Franklin
Dann Huff
WINNER – Mac McAnally
Derek Wells

ANALYSIS: This award is treated like an afterthought, but Mac is in dynasty mode. He’s won this award EIGHT of the last NINE years! Quite a talent.