7 Favorite Past CMA Awards Performances from CMA Female Vocalist of the Year Nominees

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This year, the nominees for CMA Female Vocalist of the Year are all worthy of the honor. Three out of five of the nominees, Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert and Lee Ann Womack, are country music living legends that have won 15 CMA Awards already between the three of them. Kacey Musgraves has two awards to her name, but an impressive 12 nominations. Last year, we’re not even sure if Kelsea Ballerini was at the show, so it’s even more impressive for her to be in the category.

Lambert has taken home the last five CMA Female Vocalist trophies, but Womack and Underwood have claimed it before. The race is anyone’s this year, so let’s take a look back at our favorite past CMA Awards performance from the Female Vocalist of the Year nominees.

Our Favorite Past CMA Awards Performances from This Year’s CMA Female Vocalist of the Year Nominees:

1. “Kerosene” // Miranda Lambert // 2005

2. “You’re Lookin’ at Country” // Kacey Musgraves Ft. Loretta Lynn // 2014

3. “A Little Past Little Rock” // Lee Ann Womack // 1998

4. “Smokin’ and Drinkin‘” // Miranda Lambert Ft. Little Big Town // 2014

5. “Just a Dream” // Carrie Underwood // 2008

6. “Follow Your Arrow” // Kacey Musgraves // 2013

7. “Something In The Water” // Carrie Underwood // 2014

The 49th Annual CMA Awards will air live Wednesday, Nov. 4 (8:00-11 PM/ET) from the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on the ABC Television Network.

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