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LAINEY LEADS CMA NOMS
9/7/22

Lainey Wilson has not only secured her first Country Music Association Awards nomination, but she’s topped the 56th annual CMA Awards list with six noms. Right behind her are Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce, Chris Stapleton and Shane McAnally with five apiece.

Vying for Entertainer of the Year is the reigning champ Luke Combs along with Stapleton, Miranda LambertCarrie Underwood and Morgan Wallen. Lambert and Underwood have three noms apiece as do HARDY and Midland. Cody Johnson and Josh Osborne have four noms each.

Wilson becomes the fourth artist in CMA Awards history to nab six noms, the last being Kacey Musgraves in 2013. She’s up for Album, Female Vocalist, Music Video, Musical Event, New Artist and Song of the Year.

“This year’s slate is impressive, with some nominees logging historic milestones while others are just getting started,” CMA Chief Executive Officer Sarah Trahern said. “No matter what stage in their career, they each bring a unique voice and unforgettable story to life, showing that country music is stronger than ever.”

The 56th annual CMA Awards will be handed out 11/9 from Nashville with Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning as hosts. ABC will broadcast the show.

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