Country group The Road Hammers took home the top award at the Canadian Country Music Awards last night.
This is the second year the band has won the top group award. They also took home the best video prize.
George Canyon and Carolyn Dawn Johnson followed performances with wins for for male and female artist of the year, with Canyon also picking up the single-of-the-year award for Somebody Wrote Love.
Terri Clark took home the Kraft Cheez Whiz Fans Choice Award.
CANADIAN COUNTRY MUSIC AWARD WINNERS
Fan’s Choice Award: Terri Clark
Female artist: Carolyn Dawn Johnson
Male artist: George Canyon
Group or duo: Road Hammers
Album of the year: Hair in My Eyes Like a Highland Steer, recorded by Corb Lund
Single of the year: Somebody Wrote Love, recorded by George Canyon
SOCAN songwriters of the year: Brett James, Hillary Lindsey and Gordie Sampson for Jesus, Take the Wheel
CMT Video of the year: East Bound and Down, Road Hammers
Roots artist or group: Corb Lund
Top-selling album: The Legend of Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash
Rising star award: Johnny Reid
Independent male artist: Johnny Reid
Independent female artist: Patricia Conroy
Independent group or duo: The Poverty Plainsmen
Independent song: Missing an Angel, Johnny Reid