38th Annual Academy Of Country Music Awards Nominees

Nominees for the 38th annual Academy of Country Music Awards. Winners will be announced at the 38th annual ACM Awards show, set for May 21 in Las Vegas.

The Academy of Country Music (ACM) announced its award nominees March 4 in Los Angeles. Winners will be announced at the 38th annual ACM Awards show, set for May 21 in Las Vegas (to be broadcast on CBS). The nominees are as follows:

Entertainer of the Year:
Brooks & Dunn
Kenny Chesney
Dixie Chicks
Alan Jackson
Toby Keith

Top Female Vocalist:
Terri Clark
Faith Hill
Martina McBride
Shania Twain
Lee Ann Womack

Top Male Vocalist:
Kenny Chesney
Alan Jackson
Toby Keith
Tim McGraw
George Strait

Top Vocal Duo:
Brooks & Dunn
Hometown News
Montgomery Gentry
Sons of the Desert
The Bellamy Brothers

Top Vocal Group:
Diamond Rio
Dixie Chicks
Rascal Flatts
Trick Pony

Top New Female Vocalist:
Kellie Coffey
Jennifer Hanson
Rebecca Lynn Howard

Top New Male Vocalist:
Joe Nichols
Blake Shelton
Darryl Worley

Top New Vocal Duo/Group:
Emerson Drive
Nickel Creek

Album of the Year / Award to artist/producer(s) (record company):
"Drive," Alan Jackson/Keith Stegall (Arista NashvilleP
"Home," Dixie Chicks/Dixie Chicks, Lloyd Maines (Monument/Columbia Records)
"No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems," Kenny Chesney/Buddy Cannon, Norro Wilson, Kenny Chesney (BNA Records)
"On a Mission," Trick Pony/Chuck Howard (Warner Bros. Records)
"Unleashed," Toby Keith/James Stroud, Toby Keith (DreamWorks Records)

Single Record of the Year / Award to artist/producer(s) (record company):
"19 Somethin'," Mark Wills/Chris Lindsey (Mercury Records)
"Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," Toby Keith/James Stroud, Toby Keith (DreamWorks Records)
"Just What I Do," Trick Pony/Chuck Howard (Warner Bros. Records)
"Somebody Like You," Keith Urban/Dann Huff, Keith Urban (Capitol Records)
"The Good Stuff," Kenny Chesney/Buddy Cannon, Norro Wilson, Kenny Chesney (BNA Records)

Song of the Year / Award to composer(s)/publisher(s)/artist):
"A Lot of Things Different," Bill Anderson, Dean Dillon/Mr. Bubba Music, Inc., Sony/ATV Acuff Rose Music, Sony/ATV Tree Publishing BMI/Kenny Chesney
"Courtesy of the Red, White, and Blue (The Angry American)," Toby Keith/Tokeco Tunes BMI/Toby Keith
"Drive (For Daddy Gene)," Alan Jackson/EMI April Music, Inc., Tri Angels Music ASCAP/Alan Jackson
"Forgive," Rebecca Lynn Howard, Trey Bruce/Big Red Tractor Music, EMI April Music, Inc., Ice Trey Music, Tennessee Colonel ASCAP/Rebecca Lynn Howard
"I'm Movin' On," Phillip Brian White, David Vincent Williams/Murrah Music Corp. BMI/ Las Wagas, Songs of Megalex, WB Music Corp. ASCAP/Rascal Flatts

Vocal Event of the Year / Award to artist(s)/producer:
"Beer For My Horses," Toby Keith with Willie Nelson/James Stroud, Toby Keith
"Designated Drinker," Alan Jackson with George Strait/Keith Stegall
"Mendocino County Line," Willie Nelson with Lee Ann Womack/Matthew Serletic
"Picture," Kid Rock with Sheryl Crow/Kid Rock
"Whiskey River," Trick Pony and Willie Nelson/Chuck Howard

Video of the Year / Award to producer(s)/director(s)/artist:
"Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)," Sean Weber-Small/Michael Salomon/Toby Keith
"Drive (For Daddy Gene)," Robin Rucker/Steven Goldmann/Alan Jackson
"I'm Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin' Song)," John Hopgood/Peter Zavadil/Brad Paisley
"Just What I Do," John Hopgood/Peter Zavadil/Trick Pony
"She's My Kind of Rain," Sherman Halsey/Sherman Halsey/Tim McGraw
"Who's Your Daddy," Mark Kalbfeld/Michael Salomon/Toby Keith

The Home Depot Humanitarian Award:
Brooks & Dunn

Radio Station of the Year:
KMPS Seattle
KTTS Springfield, Mo.
WIVK Knoxville, Tenn.
WTQR Winston-Salem, N.C.
WWQM Madison, Wis.

Air Personality of the Year:
Cody Alan, KPLX Dallas
Dan & Shelby, WKSJ Mobile, Ala.
David, Elaine, and Monica, WIL St. Louis
Jo-Jo Cerda, KTEX McAllen, Texas
Tony & Kris, KSON San Diego

Talent Buyer/Promoter of the Year:
Judy Alberti, Station Casinos
Todd Boltin, Variety Attractions, Inc.
Charlie Blum, Star Plaza Productions
Gil Cunningham, Tba Entertainment Corp.
Brad Garrett, Police Productions
Randy Merrill, Winterset Agency
Louis Messina, The Messina Group
George Moffett, Variety Attractions, Inc.
Gary Osier, Gary Osier Presents
Lori Renfrow, Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo
Fran Romeo, TBA Entertainment Group
Ron Sakamoto, Gold & Gold Productions
Terrye Seigel, Terrye Seigel Productions
Glenn Smith, Glenn Smith Presents
David Snowden, Triangle Talent, Inc.
Crisper Stanford, Park Place Entertainment
John Tabor, Tabor Entertainment, Inc.
Suzanne Wilson, Wilson Events, Inc.
Randy Wright, Integrity Events

Nightclub of the Year:
Beaumont Club, Kansas City, Mo.
Buck Owens Crystal Palace, Bakersfield, Calif.
Cowboy's, Colorado Springs, Col.
Cowboys, Dallas
Coyote's, Charlotte, N.C.
Far West Rodeo, San Antonio, Texas
Grizzly Rose, Denver
Longbranch Saloon, Raleigh, N.C.
The Roundup, Tampa, Fla.
Wildhorse Saloon, Nashville

Casino of the Year:
Ameristar Casino, Kansas City, Mo.
Buffalo Bill's Resort & Casino, Primm, Nev.
Casino Rama Resort, Orilla, Ontario
Emerald Queen Casino, Tacoma, Wash.
Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, Calif.
Feather Falls Casino, Oroville, Calif.
Foxwoods Resort & Casino, Mashantucket, Conn.
The Grand Casino, Biloxi, Miss.
Horseshoe Casino, Tunica, Miss.
Jackson Rancheria Casino, Jackson, Calif.
Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas
Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Las Vegas
Mohegan Sun Casino, Uncasville, Conn.
The Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas
Sam's Town Hotel & Gambling Hall, Las Vegas
Sandia Casino, Albuquerque, N.M.
Silver Legacy Resort & Casino, Reno, Nev.
Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort, Mount Pleasant, Mich.
Turning Stone Casino, Verona, N.Y.

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