Blake Shelton was also a winner at the American Country Awards

By Mark Gray
Updated December 11, 2013 09:00 AM
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Men ruled the country world in Las Vegas Tuesday night.

Duo Florida Georgia Line emerged as the big winners at the 4th annual American Country Awards in Sin City, taking home six awards, including the single of the year for their mega hit “Cruise.”

Luke Bryan, meanwhile, took home three awards, including the big award of the night for artist of the year.

“To win another fan-voted award, what more can you dream of in this world,” Bryan told reporters after the show.

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard essentially echoed those thoughts, saying, “If we sat down three years ago and wrote out our dream, we couldn’t have written it any better.”

Although Blake Shelton was in Los Angeles filming The Voice, the “Boys Round Here” singer took home four awards and thanked fans via a recorded message.

Aside from the awards, the show, filmed at Mandalay Bay, featured collaborative performances by Jake Owen and ZZ Top’s Billy Gibbons, and Darius Rucker collaborated with Sheryl Crow for a three-song set, which included Rucker’s “Wagon Wheel.”

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