Brad Paisley and Lee Ann Womack led the nominees for the Country Music Association Awards Wednesday, snaring six apiece
The 39th annual Country Music Association Awards Wednesday has been dominated by country crooners Brad Paisley and Lee Ann Womack, who led the nominees with six apiece, including Single of the Year for their hits "Alcohol" and "I May Hate Myself in the Morning." Womack, who was set to announce the nominations along with Urban in New York, where the awards will be presented for the first time on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Madison Square Garden, was nominated for Single and Music Video of the Year for "I May Hate Myself in the Morning," Album of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, and also got two nominations for Musical Event of the Year for her duets with George Strait and Willie Nelson.
As for Paisley, he's been nominated for Entertainer of the Year, Single, Song and Musical Video of the Year for "Alcohol," Male Vocalist of the Year and Musical Event of the Year with Sara Evans for "New Again." Other multiple nominees were Keith Urban and Toby Keith, who had four each; Gretchen Wilson; Sugarland; Rascal Flatts and George Strait each had three, and many more.