Country music star Lainey Wilson led nominations for Wednesday's Country Music Association Awards.
This year is Wilson's first year of nominations, she was nominated in six categories, including Album of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year and Song of the Year.
"This is the first time I've been invited to the CMA Awards and what a great player it is," Wilson said in a statement-
"It's been a tough and beautiful journey so far and seeing the country music community and the amazing fans have been so receptive to my music has been a blessing."
Wilson is only the fourth artist to receive six nominations in his first year of nominations in CMA Awards history. Glen Campbell, Brad Paisley and Kacey Musgraves are other speakers.
Miranda Lambert has extended her reign as the most nominated woman in CMA Awards history. He has now been elected 61 times.
Alongside Lambert and Wilson in the album of the year are Luke Combs for his record "Growin' Up", Maren Morris for "Humble Quest" and Old Dominion for "Time, Tequila & Therapy".
Eric Church joins Combs, Chris Stapleton, Morgan Wallen and Cody Johnson in the Male Vocalist of the Year category.
See who is nominated
First-time nominee Lainey Wilson leads the list with six nominations, followed by Ashley McBryde, Carly Pearce and Chris Stapleton with five nominations each.
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