2017 CMA Awards: ‘Music Video of the Year’ Unveiled

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This year's batch of 'Music Video of the Year' contenders were especially strong. Find out who emerged victorious here!

Drum roll, please. The 2017 CMA ‘Music Video of the Year’ is… Brothers Osborne‘s “It Ain’t My Fault”! Watch the award-winning video below! 

Congrats to the talented duo!

To jog your memory, let’s take a look back at the rest of the nominees in this lofty category!

Little Big Town, “Better Man”

Keith Urban, “Blue Ain’t Your Color”

Thomas Rhett feat. Maren Morris, “Craving You”

Miranda Lambert, “Vice”

Past ‘Music Video of the Year’ Winners

1985 “All My Rowdy Friends Are Comin’ Over Tonight;” Hank Williams, Jr.; directed by John Goodhue; Warner Bros. Records/Curb Records
1986 “Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes;” George Jones; directed by Marc Ball; Epic Records
1987 “My Name Is Bocephus;” Hank Williams, Jr.; directed by Bill Fishman; Warner Bros. Records/Curb Records
1989 “There’s A Tear In My Beer;” Hank Williams, Jr. and Hank Williams, Sr.; directed by Ethan Russell; Warner Bros. Records/Curb Records
1990 “The Dance;” Garth Brooks; directed by John Lloyd Miller; Capitol Nashville
1991 “The Thunder Rolls;” Garth Brooks; directed by Bud Schaetzle; Capitol Nashville
1992 “Midnight In Montgomery;” Alan Jackson; directed by Jim Shea; Arista Nashville
1993 “Chattahoochee;” Alan Jackson; directed by Martin Kahan; Arista Nashville
1994 “Independence Day;” Martina McBride; directed by Robert Deaton and George J. Flanigen IV; RCA Records
1995 “Baby Likes To Rock It;” The Tractors; directed by Michael Salomon; Arista Nashville
1996 “My Wife Thinks Your Dead;” Junior Brown; directed by Michael McNamara; Curb Records
1997 “455 Rocket;” Kathy Mattea; directed by Steven Goldmann; Mercury Nashville
1998 “This Kiss;” Faith Hill; directed by Steven Goldmann; Warner Bros. Records
1999 “Wide Open Spaces;” Dixie Chicks; directed by Thom Oliphant; Monument Records
2000 “Goodbye Earl;” Dixie Chicks; directed by Evan Bernard; Monument Records
2001 “Born To Fly;” Sara Evans; directed by Peter Zavadil; RCA Records
2002 “I’m Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin’ Song);” Brad Paisley; directed by Peter Zavadil; Arista Nashville
2003 “Hurt;” Johnny Cash; directed by Mark Romanek; Lost Highway Records
2004 “Whiskey Lullaby;” Brad Paisley featuring Alison Krauss; directed by Rick Schroeder; Arista Nashville
2005 “As Good As I Once Was;” Toby Keith; directed by Michael Salomon; DreamWorks Records Nashville
2006 “Believe;” Brooks & Dunn; directed by Robert Deaton and George J. Flanigen IV; Arista Nashville
2007 “Online;” Brad Paisley; directed by Jason Alexander; Arista Nashville
2008 “Waitin’ On a Woman;” Brad Paisley and Andy Griffith; directed by Jim Shea and Peter Tilden; Arista Nashville (most category wins – Brad Paisley 4)
2009 “Love Story;” Taylor Swift; directed by Trey Fanjoy; Big Machine Records
2010 “The House That Built Me;” Miranda Lambert; directed by Trey Fanjoy; Columbia Nashville
2011 “You and Tequila;” Kenny Chesney featuring Grace Potter; directed by Shaun Silva
2012 “Red Solo Cup;” Toby Keith; directed by Michael Salomon
2013 “Highway Don’t Care;” Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift & Keith Urban; directed by Shane Drake
2014 “Drunk On A Plane;” Dierks Bentley; directed by Wes Edwards
2015 “Girl In A Country Song;” Maddie & Tae; directed by TK McKamy
2016 “Fire Away;” Chris Stapleton; directed by Tim Mattia

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