"The House That Built Me" Wins First Ever ACM Song of the Decade

Miranda is the most-awarded artist in ACM history.

September 4, 2019
Miranda Lambert

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Congratulations to Miranda Lambert and songwriters Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin, whose "House That Built Me" has earned the first ever Academy of Country Music Song of the Decade Award.

It's one of seven new ACM "Decade" Awards, the rest of which (Album of the Decade, Artist-Songwriter of the Decade, Breakout Artist of the Decade, Single of the Decade, Songwriter of the Decade and ACM Music Event of the Decade) will be announced in the coming weeks. In April, Jason Aldean was named ACM Artist of the Decade.

Miranda is the most-awarded artist in ACM history, earning a total of 34 wins. “The House That Build Me” won Single Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Video of the Year in 2010. 

Our first-ever ACM Song of the Decade Award winner, everyone! -- @mirandalambert's song, "The House That Built Me", written by Tom Douglas and Allen Shamblin, won 3 separate ACM categories, is RIAA certified 2x platinum, and was #1 on @billboard's US Hot Country Songs. --

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