2002 ACM Award Nominees

ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR

  • Garth Brooks
  • Brooks & Dunn
  • Kenny Chesney
  • Dixie Chicks
  • Faith Hill
  • Alan Jackson
  • Toby Keith
  • Reba McEntire
  • Tim McGraw
  • George Strait
  • Travis Tritt

ALBUM OF THE YEAR (Award to Artist/Producer(s)/Record Company)

  • “Down The Road I Go”—Travis Tritt
  • “I’m Already There”—Lonestar
  • “Inside Out”—Trisha Yearwood
  • “O’ Brother, Where Art Thou?”—Various Artists
  • “One More Day”—Diamond Rio
  • “Pull My Chain”—Toby Keith
  • “The Road Less Traveled”—George Strait
  • “Scarecrow”—Garth Brooks
  • “Set This Circus Down”—Tim McGraw
  • “Shiver”—Jamie O’Neal
  • “Steers & Stripes”—Brooks & Dunn
  • “Who I Am”—Jessica Andrews

TOP FEMALE VOCALIST

  • Jessica Andrews
  • Sara Evans
  • Faith Hill
  • Patty Loveless
  • Martina McBride
  • Reba McEntire
  • Jo Dee Messina
  • Jamie O’Neal
  • Lee Ann Womack
  • Trisha Yearwood

TOP MALE VOCALIST

  • Gary Allan
  • Garth Brooks
  • Kenny Chesney
  • Alan Jackson
  • Toby Keith
  • Tim McGraw
  • Brad Paisley
  • Kenny Rogers
  • George Strait
  • Aaron Tippin
  • Travis Tritt
  • keith urban

TOP NEW FEMALE VOCALIST

  • Shannon Brown
  • Tammy Cochran
  • Carolyn Dawn Johnson
  • Cyndi Thomson

TOP NEW MALE VOCALIST

  • Chris Cagle
  • Billy Gilman
  • Andy Griggs
  • Steve Holy
  • Mark McGuinn
  • Tim Rushlow
  • Blake Shelton
  • Phil Vassar
  • Darryl Worley

TOP VOCAL GROUP

  • Alabama
  • Diamond Rio
  • Dixie Chicks
  • Lonestar
  • Nickel Creek
  • Rascal Flatts
  • Sawyer Brown
  • SHeDAISY
  • Trick Pony

TOP VOCAL DUO

  • Brooks & Dunn
  • Montgomery Gentry
  • The Bellamy Brothers
  • The Kinleys
  • The Warren Brothers

TOP NEW VOCAL DUO/GROUP

  • 3 of Hearts
  • Clark Family Experience
  • Nickel Creek
  • Sons of the Desert
  • Trick Pony

THE YEAR (Award to Artist/Producer(s)/Director(s))

  • “Angels In Waiting”—Tammy Cochran
  • “Cold One Comin’ On”—Montgomery Gentry
  • “I Wanna Talk About Me”—Toby Keith
  • “I’m Tryin’—Trace Adkins
  • “It’s Alright To Be A Redneck”—Alan Jackson
  • “Jezebel”—Chely Wright
  • “Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde”—Travis Tritt
  • “Only In America”—Brooks & Dunn
  • “Two People Fell In Love”—Brad Paisley
  • “Where The Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly”—Aaron Tippin

SINGLE RECORD OF THE YEAR (Award to Artist/Producer(s)/Record Company)

  • “Ain’t Nothing ’Bout You”—Brooks & Dunn
  • “Angry All The Time”—Tim McGraw
  • “Austin”—Blake Shelton
  • “Complicated”—Carolyn Dawn Johnson
  • “Don’t Happen Twice”—Kenny Chesney
  • “Good Morning Beautiful”—Steve Holy
  • “I Wanna Talk About Me”—Toby Keith
  • “I’m Already There”—Lonestar
  • “I’m Tryin’”-- Trace Adkins
  • “It’s A Great Day To Be Alive”—Travis Tritt
  • “One More Day”—Diamond Rio
  • “What I Really Meant To Say”—Cyndi Thomson
  • “Where The Stars and Stripes and the Eagle Fly”—Aaron Tippin
  • “Where Were You (When The World Stopped Turning)”—Alan Jackson

SONG OF THE YEAR (Award to Artist/Composer(s)/Publisher(s))

  • “Angels In Waiting”—Tammy Cochran
  • “Grown Men Don’t Cry”—Tim McGraw
  • “I Wanna Talk About Me”—Toby Keith
  • “I Would’ve Loved You Anyway”—Trisha Yearwood
  • “I’m Already Know”—Lonestar
  • “I’m Tryin’”—Trace Adkins
  • “It’s A Great Day To Be Alive”—Travis Tritt
  • “One More Day”—Diamond Rio
  • “Only In America”—Brooks & Dunn
  • “Riding With Private Malone”—David Ball
  • “What I Really Meant To Say”—Cyndi Thomson
  • “Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)”—Alan Jackson

VOCAL EVENT OF THE YEAR (Award to Artist/Producer)

  • “A Good Way To Get On My Bad Side”—Tracy Byrd with Mark Chesnutt
  • “All Night Long”—Montgomery Gentry featuring Charlie Daniels
  • “Alright I’m Wrong”—Dwight Yoakam and Buck Owens
  • “Beer Run”—Garth Brooks with George Jones
  • “Bring On The Rain”—Jo Dee Messina and Tim McGraw
  • “Easy For Me To Say”—Clint Black with Lisa Hartman Black
  • “I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow”—Soggy Bottom Boys
  • “Out of Control Raging Fire”—Patty Loveless with Travis Tritt
  • “Too Country”—Brad Paisley, Buck Owens, George Jones and Bill Anderson

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