Sunday night was another BIG night for Meghan Patrick at the CMAOntario awards with five wins! Nominated for six, here’s a look at what she’s taking home and the history she made along the way:

-Meghan won her second consecutive Fans’ Choice award; begun in 2016, she is only artist to win twice; BTW, Tim Hicks is the only artist to have been nominated every year since this category began;

-Meghan won her third consecutive Female Artist award; which is also a new record for most wins and most consecutive wins;

-proud of her songwriting, she won her first Songwriter category, which she shares with co-writers Kelly Archer and Justin Weaver; it’s also Kelly’s second win in that category;

-Meghan’s “Country Music Made Me Do It” won Album of the Year; until last year, no one had won it more than once, making this another record she set;

-and Meghan’s fifth win was for Music Video of the Year (for “Walls Come Down”); she is the only artist to won that trophy more than once and she’s setting the record for most wins and most consecutive wins at three;

-BTW, her five wins just may be another record: most wins by an artist in one year!

-Tim Hicks won his fourth Male Artist award; since the award began, only three artists have won it; Jason Blaine, who’s won twice before, is the only artist to have been nominate for Male Artist every year since the award began;

-The Reklaws take home their first CMAOntario awards; one for Group or Duo and Single for “Feels Like That;”

-The Abrams won Roots Artist of the Year for the second time, tying them with the record set by The Western Swing Authority (the house band for the show, BTW); until last night, only WSA had won this award more than once and they remain the only act to win consecutively;

-Jade Eagleson won his first CMAOntario award, for Rising Star;

-Gabrielle Goulet won the first ever Francophone Artist or Group award;

-Jeff Dazeil won Producer for the second consecutive year; the record for most wins in this category and most consecutive wins is four, set by Jason Barry;

-Ron Kitchener won his second Industry Person award, not only a record for most wins but also most consecutive wins;

-The Good Brothers won the Impact Award, an award recognizing their amazing legacy;

-and new this year is the Holly and Steve Kassay (the CMAOntario President) Generous Spirit Award, which went to Cadence Grace.

The awards are returning to London for 2020, for a third time.

Congratulations to all the winners, nominees and the Country Music Association of Ontario for fun, informative weekend celebrating the rich country music in the province!