2016 American Country Countdown Awards Finalists Have Been Announced

2016 American Country Countdown Awards Finalists Have Been Announced

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The American Country Countdown Awards finalists have finally been announced and it looks like this year’s competition is going to be stiff.

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Luke Bryan dominates the list with seven category nominations, followed closely by newcomer Sam Hunt with five and then Thomas Rhett and Zac Brown Band each with four each.

We can’t wait to see who comes out on top.

2016 American Country Countdown Awards Finalists:

Artist of the Year

Blake Shelton

Florida Georgia Line

Jason Aldean

Luke Bryan

Sam Hunt

Male Vocalist of the Year

Blake Shelton

Jason Aldean

Luke Bryan

Sam Hunt

Thomas Rhett

Female Vocalist of the Year

Cam

Carrie Underwood

Jana Kramer

Kelsea Ballerini

Miranda Lambert

Group/Duo of the Year

A Thousand Horses

Dan + Shay

Florida Georgia Line

Old Dominion

Zac Brown Band

Breakthrough Male Artist of the Year

Chris Janson

Michael Ray

Sam Hunt

Breakthrough Female Artist of the Year

Cam

Jana Kramer

Kelsea Ballerini

Breakthrough Group/Duo of the Year

A Thousand Horses

Dan + Shay

Old Dominion

Song of the Year

“Stay A Little Longer” // Brothers Osborne

“Home Alone Tonight” // Luke Bryan featuring Karen Fairchild

“Strip It Down” // Luke Bryan

“Die A Happy Man” // Thomas Rhett

“Homegrown” // Zac Brown Band

Album of the Year

Storyteller // Carrie Underwood

Traveller // Chris Stapleton

Kill the Lights // Luke Bryan

Montevallo // Sam Hunt

Jekyll + Hyde // Zac Brown Band

Digital Song of the Year

“Girl Crush” // Little Big Town

“Kick The Dust Up” // Luke Bryan

“Die A Happy Man” // Thomas Rhett

Digital Album of the Year

Anything Goes // Florida Georgia Line

Montevallo // Sam Hunt

Tangled Up // Thomas Rhett

Touring Artist of the Year

Garth Brooks

Kenny Chesney

Luke Bryan

Shania Twain

Zac Brown Band

The 2016 American Country Countdown Awards will air live from the Forum in Los Angeles, California, Sunday, May 1 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX.

Now, who do you think should win ACCA Song of the Year?