The final nominations for the 37th Annual Academy of Country MusicAwards were announced with Brooks & Dunn atop the list, each withsix nominations. The awards will be presented during a live, prime-timetelevision show broadcast by CBS at the Universal Ampitheater in L.A.,Wednesday, May 22, 2002.
And the nominees are…
Top Female Vocalist
Lee Ann Womack
Top Male Vocalist
Album of the Year (awarded to producer/artist/recordcompany)
Down the Road I Go (Travis Tritt). Billy Joe Walker Jr. andTravis Tritt.
O Brother, Where Art Thou? (soundtrack). T Bone Burnett.
Pull My Chain (Toby Keith). James Stroud and Toby Keith.
Set This Circus Down (Tim McGraw). Byron Gallimore, James Stroudand Tim McGraw.
Steers & Stripes (Brooks and Dunn). Kix Brooks, Ronnie Dunnand Mark Wright.
Song of the Year (awarded to composer/publisher/artist)
“Angels in Waiting” (Tammy Cochran). Tammy Cochran, Jim McBride,Stewart Harris.
“I Wanna Talk About Me” (Toby Keith). Bobby Braddock.
“One More Day” (Diamond Rio). Steven Dale Jones, Bobby Tomberlin.
“Only In America” (Brooks & Dunn). Kix Brooks, Don Cook, RonnieRogers.
“Where Were You (When the World Stopped Turning)” (Alan Jackson). AlanJackson.
Nominees and winners of the Academy of Country Music Awards arevoted on by members of the Academy of Country Music.
In addition to these nominations, the Home Depot Humanitarian Awardis a new addition to the Academy of Count Music Awards lineup. Theaward will become the first “Fan-voted” award in teh 37-year history ofthe ACM Awards.
The Home Depot Humanitarian Award was created to recognize an artistor group in the country music industry who is commited to servingothers, has a generosity of spirit and a dedication to helping buildthe dreams of those in need. Nominees for this award are due by March28 to the Academy of Country Music L.A. offices: 4100 West Alemeda,#208 Burbank, CA 91505; 818/842-8400.
For a complete listing, visit www.acmcountry.com.