New duo DAILEY + VINCENT were the big winners at the International Bluegrass Music Association awards - scooping five prizes.
The pair - Darrin Vincent and Jamie Dailey - landed 10 nominations and triumphed in five categories.
Their honours included entertainer of the year, album of the year, best vocal group, best emerging artist and best gospel recorded performance.
Another big winner was Dale Ann Bradley, who won best female vocalist ahead of favourites Alison Krauss and Rhonda Vincent.
Barry Bales was awarded bass player of the year, Michael Cleveland picked up the prize for top fiddle player, and his band Flamekeeper also won instrumental group of the year.
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