Brad Paisley is now in the Guinness Book of World Records for receiving the most consecutive ACM Male Vocalist of the Year awards. Brad received a trophy for his new world record during rehearsals for the 50th annual ACM awards which took place Sunday night, April 19th.
Brad has won the ACM award for Male Vocalist of the year for five consecutive years, from 2007 until 2011. The country superstar has 14 ACM awards total, including Top New Male Vocalist in 2000 and Album of the Year in 2006 for Time Well Wasted.
Jason Aldean has been on a winning streak recently winning the award on Sunday for the third time in a row but Brad is always a top contender for the award.
Brad Paisley is one of the top country artists of all time and there are sure to be many more ACM Awards in his future. Be on the lookout for new music from this star and be sure to looks for his name in the Guinness Book of World Records!