The 2014 Canadian Country Music Association Awards Show took place in Edmonton, Alberta on Saturday night. A highlight of the live broadcast was a performance by Epiphone artists, The Road Hammers, who kicked things into high gear with their all-Epiphone arsenal (Jason McCoy and Clayton Bellamy with their Epiphone Les Paul Custom PROs and Chris Byrne with his Jack Casady bass), recreating the Geoff Mack written/Hank Snow recorded classic, "I've Been Everywhere." The 'Hammers were then joined onstage by Paul Brandt, fellow Epi artist Gord Bamford and Tom Cochrane for a rousing rendition of Cochrane's "Life Is A Highway." Watch the video below.
The Epiphone heavy event continued when Bamford walked away with "Male Artist of the Year" and "Single of the Year" honors, and our own Lindi Ortega received the "Roots Artist or Group of the Year" award.
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