"Burning Man," a hit Dierks Bentley song featuring Brothers Osborne, has just been named Music Event of the Year winner at the 2019 ACM Awards. The award was announced before the start of the 2019 ACM Awards.

The ACM Twitter page also announced the win and within a few minutes, John and TJ Osborne had responded.

"Massive moment!!!" they write. "Thanks to the @ACMawards for the continued love & support and thanks to @DierksBentley for asking us to be a part of a such great song. If we didn’t have to perform with @MarenMorris tonight we’d be celebrating already!"

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Other nominees in this category were "Drowns the Whiskey" by Jason Aldean and Miranda Lambert, "Everything's Gonna Be Alright" by David Lee Murphy and Kenny Chesney, "Keeping Score" by Dan + Shay and Kelly Clarkson and "Meant to Be" by Bebe Rexha and Florida Georgia Line.

Both Bentley and Brothers Osborne have four total ACM nominations and both will perform collaborations during Sunday night's CBS broadcast (8PM ET). Bentley is going to sing "Travelin' Light" with Brandi Carlile while Bros. will sing with Maren Morris.

"Burning Man" is from Bentley's acclaimed Mountain album. While on tour last year the artists often performed the song live together.

Taste of Country's pre show, live Tailgate show begins at 6PM CT on YouTube, featuring exclusive interviews, an acoustic performance and live red carpet analysis. Earlier this year Bentley talked about enjoying the show more now that he's no longer hosting.

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