CARRIE, “BELIEVE” WIN ICM AWARDS

Carrie Underwood and Brooks & Dunn’s song “Believe” were among the big winners at the 12th Annual Inspirational Country Music Awards in Nashville, Thursday, Nov. 9.

Carrie won the Mainstream Country Artist award, while “Believe” took the honors for Song of the Year and Video of the Year. The show, held at the Acuff Theater on the Opryland complex featured performances by several country stars. Jimmy Wayne sang his new single “That’s All I’ll Ever Need,” Lonestar performed their current hit “Mountains” and Trent Tomlinson soared on “One Wing in the Fire.” Award presenters included Julie Roberts, CMT’s Lance Smith, as well as Nashville’s own star of the current movie How to Eat Friend Worms, Luke Benward.

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