Toby Keith was the big winner last night (May 26) at the 39th annual Academy of Country Music Awards, taking home four honors, including entertainer of the year and male vocalist.

Toby Keith was the big winner last night (May 26) at the 39th annual Academy of Country Music Awards, taking home four honors, including entertainer of the year and male vocalist.

Keith picked up album of the year for "Shock 'N Y'all," and "Beer for my Horses," his duet with Willie Nelson won the ACM/Launch video of the year. Nelson also received the Gene Weed Special Achievement Award and quipped that at first he thought he was being given the "green weed" award.

The Alan Jackson/Jimmy Buffett duet "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" was named single of the year and also received the vocal event of the year award.

Perennial favorites Brooks & Dunn were again named top vocal duo. Martina McBride netted the ACM/Home Depot Humanitarian Award and her third consecutive female vocalist honor.

The Randy Travis hit "Three Wooden Crosses" was named song of the year. Penned by Doug Johnson and Kim Williams, the song has been a comeback hit for Travis, who has picked up numerous accolades during the past year, including a Grammy and two Gospel Music Assn. Dove Awards. "Three Wooden Crosses" was also named song of the year by the Country Music Assn. and Christian Country Music Assn. last November.

Lyric Street's Rascal Flatts picked up its second consecutive win in the group of the year category. Dierks Bentley won the top new artist accolade. Ray Price was this year's recipient of the Pioneer Award.

Hosted by Reba McEntire, the awards were broadcast live on CBS television from Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. The awards are voted on by the ACM's 3,000-plus members. The program was executive produced by Dick Clark and R.A. Clark, produced by Barry Adelman and directed by Jeff Margolis.