Taylor Swift, Blake Shelton and FGL Lead American Country Awards Nominations

Trace Adkins and Danica Patrick hosting Dec. 10 show.

It's awards show season, and the final installment of 2013 is the American Country Awards, which has just released its list of nominees.

Taylor Swift scored a whopping eight nominations, including a coveted Artist of the Year nod, while Florida Georgia Line and Blake Shelton trail close behind with seven nominations apiece, both keeping company with Taylor in the Artist of the Year category.

The ACAs, hosted this year by Trace Adkins and NASCAR star Danica Patrick, will air live from Las Vegas on Tuesday Dec. 10, on FOX, but before the show airs, you must pick the winners! That's right, the ACAs are fan voted. We've posted the entire list of nominees below, but you must go to theacas.com to pick your favorite in each category. Voting runs until Nov. 12 for all categories except the big dealio—Artist of the Year—which continues until Dec. 7.

Ready? Set? Vote!

ARTISTS

Artist of the Year

  • Jason Aldean
  • Luke Bryan
  • Florida Georgia Line
  • Blake Shelton
  • Taylor Swift

Artist of the Year: Male

  • Jason Aldean
  • Luke Bryan
  • Kenny Chesney
  • Eric Church
  • Blake Shelton

Artist of the Year: Female

  • Kelly Clarkson
  • Sheryl Crow
  • Miranda Lambert
  • Taylor Swift
  • Carrie Underwood

Artist of the Year: Duo or Group

  • Lady Antebellum
  • Little Big Town
  • Rascal Flatts
  • The Band Perry
  • Zac Brown Band

Artist of the Year: Breakthrough Artist

  • Lee Brice
  • Hunter Hayes
  • Randy Houser
  • Scotty McCreery
  • Justin Moore

Artist of the Year: New Artist

  • Florida Georgia Line
  • Kip Moore
  • Kacey Musgraves
  • Cassadee Pope
  • Thomas Rhett

Album

Album of the Year

  • Night Train, Jason Aldean
  • Here’s to the Good Times, Florida Georgia Line
  • Two Lanes of Freedom, Tim McGraw
  • Based on a True Story..., Blake Shelton
  • Pioneer, The Band Perry

SINGLES

Single of the Year

  • “Cruise,” Florida Georgia Line
  • “How Country Feels,” Randy Houser
  • “Beer Money,” Kip Moore
  • “Better Dig Two,” The Band Perry
  • “One of Those Nights,” Tim McGraw

Single of the Year: Male

  • “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain),” Gary Allan
  • “One of Those Nights,” Tim McGraw
  • “The One That Got Away,” Jake Owen
  • “Wagon Wheel,” Darius Rucker
  • “Sure Be Cool If You Did,” Blake Shelton

Single of the Year: Female

  • “Easy,” Sheryl Crow
  • “American Heart,” Faith Hill
  • “Mama’s Broken Heart,” Miranda Lambert
  • “Begin Again,” Taylor Swift
  • “Two Black Cadillacs,” Carrie Underwood

Single of the Year: Duo/Group

  • “Downtown,” Lady Antebellum
  • “Tornado,” Little Big Town
  • “Better Dig Two,” The Band Perry
  • “If I Didn’t Have You,” Thompson Square
  • “Goodbye in Her Eyes,” Zac Brown Band

Single of the Year: Breakthrough Artist

  • “I Drive Your Truck,” Lee Brice
  • “All Over the Road,” Easton Corbin
  • “Somebody’s Heartbreak,” Hunter Hayes
  • “How Country Feels,” Randy Houser
  • “Til My Last Day,” Justin Moore

Single of the Year: New Artist

  • “Did It for the Girl,” Greg Bates
  • “Don’t Ya,” Brett Eldredge
  • “Redneck Crazy,” Tyler Farr
  • “Cruise,” Florida Georgia Line
  • “Beer Money,” Kip Moore

Single of the Year: Vocal Collaboration

  • “The Only Way I Know,” Jason Aldean with Luke Bryan and Eric Church
  • “Don’t Rush,” Kelly Clarkson and Vince Gill
  • “Highway Don’t Care,” Tim McGraw featuring Taylor Swift and Keith Urban
  • “Boys ’Round Here,” Blake Shelton with Pistol Annies

TOURING

Touring Artist of the Year

  • Jason Aldean
  • Luke Bryan
  • Kenny Chesney
  • Miranda Lambert
  • Brad Paisley
  • Rascal Flatts
  • George Strait
  • Taylor Swift
  • Carrie Underwood
  • Zac Brown Band

VIDEOS

GREAT AMERICAN COUNTRY - Music Video of the Year

  • “Cruise,” Florida Georgia Line
  • “Tornado,” Little Big Town
  • “Sure Be Cool If You Did,” Blake Shelton
  • “Begin Again,” Taylor Swift
  • “Better Dig Two,” The Band Perry

Music Video of the Year: Male

  • “Take a Little Ride,” Jason Aldean
  • “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain),” Gary Allan
  • “One of Those Nights,” Tim McGraw
  • “Wagon Wheel,” Darius Rucker
  • “Sure Be Cool If You Did,” Blake Shelton

Music Video of the Year: Female

  • “American Heart,” Faith Hill
  • “Mama’s Broken Heart,” Miranda Lambert
  • “Someone Somewhere Tonight,” Kellie Pickler
  • “Begin Again,” Taylor Swift
  • “Blown Away,” Carrie Underwood

Music Video of the Year: New Artist

  • “Don’t Ya,” Brett Eldredge
  • “Cruise,” Florida Georgia Line
  • “Crying on a Suitcase,” Casey James
  • “Beer Money,” Kip Moore
  • “Merry Go ’Round,” Kacey Musgraves

Music Video of the Year: Group or Collaboration

  • “Tornado,” Little Big Town
  • “Highway Don’t Care,” Tim McGraw featuring Taylor Swift and Keith Urban
  • “Come Wake Me Up,” Rascal Flatts
  • “Better Dig Two,” The Band Perry
  • “If I Didn’t Have You,” Thompson Square

Song of the Year (award goes to the songwriter(s)):

  • “Better Dig Two,” Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally, Trevor Rosen (Recorded by The Band Perry)
  • “Cruise,” Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley, Joey Moi, Chase Rice and Jesse Rice (Recorded by Florida Georgia Line)
  • “Hard to Love,” Ben Glover, Billy Montana and John Ozier (Recorded by Lee Brice)
  • “Highway Don’t Care,” Mark Irwin, Josh Kear, Brad Warren and Brett Warren (Recorded by Tim McGraw featuring Taylor Swift and Keith Urban)
  • “I Drive Your Truck,” Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington and Jimmy Yeary (Recorded by Lee Brice)
  • “Like Jesus Does,” Casey Beathard and Monty Criswell (Recorded by Eric Church)
  • “Mama’s Broken Heart,” Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally and Kacey Musgraves (Recorded by Miranda Lambert)
  • “Merry Go ’Round,” Shane McAnally, Kacey Musgraves and Josh Osborne (Recorded by Kacey Musgraves)
  • “Pontoon,” Barry Dean, Natalie Hemby and Luke Laird (Recorded by Little Big Town)
  • “Wagon Wheel,” Bob Dylan and Ketch Secor (Recorded by Darius Rucker)

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