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Zach Bryan Is Nominated For New Male Artist Of The Year At The 2023 ACM Awards

April 13, 2023 2:58 pm GMT
Last Edited June 13, 2023 9:59 am GMT

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After a blockbuster 2022, Zach Bryan has received a nod for the 2023 ACM New Male Artist of the Year.

The Oklahoma native will be a contender for the accolade at the Texas ceremony on May 11, with the likes of Ernest, Nate Smith, Bailey Zimmerman, Jackson Dean and Dylan Scott also nominated for 2023 New Male Artist of the Year.

Zach Bryan is continuing an impressive awards season, with the singer-songwriter's smash hit, ‘Something in the Orange’, having been nominated for a 2023 Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance.

Although he was ultimately usurped by Willie Nelson's ‘Live Forever’, the prestigious nomination still underlined just how meteoric Zach Bryan's ascent has been.

With Bryan readying the follow-up to his acclaimed 2022 EP, Summertime Blues, it's safe to say an array of eyes are keenly watching to see what his next sonic step will be.

The chart-topper dropped ‘Dawns’, a haunting collaboration with Maggie Rogers, in January, and continues to rack up the accolades for his older material, with ‘God Speed’ and ‘Burn, Burn, Burn’ both being certified Gold this month.

Bryan's loyal fanbase will be keeping their fingers crossed in the hope that their man takes home the crown in this year's 2023 ACM New Male Artist of the Year category.

The ceremony is due to take place in Frisco, Texas, and will be hosted by Garth Brooks and Dolly Parton.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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