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COUNTRY CLICKS: Beyond the trophies, the instant winners from last night's ACM Awards—judging by the action at iTunes—include co-host Blake Shelton, whose Warner Nashville album zooms from outside the Top 100 to #4; Capitol Nashville's Luke Bryan, whose "Play It Again" jumped #9-3 on the singles chart; Republic Nashville's Florida Georgia Line (who moved #14-6 with "This Is How We Roll," fueled by a balls-out performance on the telecast, and whose album goes #45-21); EMI Nashville's Eric Church, who vaulted #39-15 with "Give Me Back My Hometown" and re-enters the album Top 10; Mercury Nashville's Kacey Musgraves, whose Best Album winner Same Trailer, Different Park zips up  #36-12 on the album side; and Entertainer of the Year George Strait (MCA Nashville) who flew #156-15 on the album chart.  For our rundown on the night's trophy winners, meanwhile, go here. (4/7a)

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