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Combs, Rhett, Brown top CMA Triple Play Awards honorees

Wednesday, January 8, 2020 – Luke Combs, Thomas Rhett and Kane Brown are among 16 recipients of the 11th annual CMA Triple Play Awards, an honor presented to songwriters who pen three number one songs within a 12-month period based on the Country Aircheck, Billboard Country Airplay and Billboard Hot Country Songs charts.

Ross Copperman, Justin Ebach, Jesse Frasure, Ashley Gorley, Michael Hardy, Shay Mooney, Jon Nite, Josh Osborne, Bobby Pinson, Matthew Ramsey, Jordan Reynolds, Trevor Rosen and Dan Smyers also will be honored.

Gorley, who is the most number one songs over the past year.

Those honored are:

Kane Brown
"Lose It" recorded by Kane Brown
"Good As You" recorded by Kane Brown
"One Thing Right" recorded by Marshmello & Kane Brown

Luke Combs
"She Got The Best Of Me" recorded by Luke Combs
"Beautiful Crazy" recorded by Luke Combs
"Beer Never Broke My Heart" recorded by Luke Combs Ross Copperman
"Woman, Amen" recorded by Dierks Bentley
"Get Along" recorded by Kenny Chesney
"Love Ain't" recorded by Eli Young Band

Justin Ebach
"Singles You Up" recorded by Jordan Davis
"Good Girl" recorded by Dustin Lynch
"Here Tonight" recorded by Brett Young

Jesse Frasure
"One That Got Away" recorded by Michael Ray
"One Thing Right" recorded by Marshmello & Kane Brown
"Remember You Young" recorded by Thomas Rhett

Ashley Gorley
"What Makes You Country" recorded by Luke Bryan
"Eyes On You" recorded by Chase Rice
"Love Ain't" recorded by Eli Young Band
"Rumor" recorded by Lee Brice
"Living" recorded by Dierks Bentley
"I Don't Know About You" recorded by Chris Lane
"Good Vibes" recorded by Chris Janson
"Remember You Young" recorded by Thomas Rhett
"Ridin' Roads" recorded by Dustin Lynch

Michael Hardy
"Up Down" recorded by Morgan Wallen featuring Florida Georgia Line
"Simple" recorded by Florida Georgia Line
"God's Country" recorded by Blake Shelton

Shay Mooney
"Speechless" recorded by Dan + Shay
"All To Myself" recorded by Dan + Shay
"10,000 Hours" recorded by Dan + Shay with Justin Bieber

Jon Nite
"Break Up In The End" recorded by Cole Swindell
"Knockin' Boots" recorded by Luke Bryan
"Living" recorded by Dierks Bentley

Josh Osborne
"Kiss Somebody" recorded by Morgan Evans
"Hotel Key" recorded by Old Dominion
"One That Got Away" recorded by Michael Ray

Bobby Pinson
"Burning Man" recorded by Dierks Bentley featuring Brothers Osborne
"Some Of It" recorded by Eric Church
"Rearview Town" recorded by Jason Aldean

Matthew Ramsey
"Hotel Key" recorded by Old Dominion
"One That Got Away" recorded by Michael Ray
"Make It Sweet" recorded by Old Dominion

Jordan Reynolds
"Speechless" recorded by Dan + Shay
"Tequila" recorded by Dan + Shay
"All To Myself" recorded by Dan + Shay

Thomas Rhett
"Sixteen" recorded by Thomas Rhett
"Look What God Gave Her" recorded by Thomas Rhett
"Remember You Young" recorded by Thomas Rhett

Trevor Rosen
"Hotel Key" recorded by Old Dominion
"One That Got Away" recorded by Michael Ray "Make It Sweet" recorded by Old Dominion

Dan Smyers
"Speechless" recorded by Dan + Shay
"Tequila" recorded by Dan + Shay
"All To Myself" recorded by Dan + Shay

Copperman will host a CMA Songwriters Series performance, taking place Tuesday, Feb. 25 at Marathon Music Works in Nashville at 7 p.m. and also featuring Ebach, Gorley, Nite, Pinson and Reynolds. Tickets range in price from $30 - 50 and go on sale Friday, Jan. 10 at In celebration of the Triple Play Awards, $3 of each ticket sold will benefit the CMA Foundation, CMA's philanthropic arm, which is committed to improving and sustaining high-quality music education programs across the country.

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