2024 ACM Awards: Luke Combs and Megan Moroney Lead Nominations

With eight nods, Luke Combs is the most nominated artist at the 59th annual Academy of Country Music Awards. The unveiling of this year’s nominations revealed that the musician is up for Song of the Year — presented to songwriters, publishers, and artists — for “Fast Car,” which also earns Tracy Chapman her first-ever ACM Awards nomination.

Trailing Combs with six nominations each are Megan Moroney and Morgan Wallen. Cody Johnson, Chris Stapleton, and Lainey Wilson each earned five nods, including Entertainer of the Year, while Jordan Davis and first-time nominee Jelly Roll racked up four. Other nods across the artist, album, and individual song categories include Kelsea Ballerini, Zach Bryan, Ernest, Kacey Musgraves, and Old Dominion.

The 2024 ACM Awards also marks the return of the New Duo or Group of the Year award — with nods for Neon Union, Restless Road, and Tigirlily Gold — for the first time since 2018.

“The 59th ACM Awards cycle brings changes to awards categories that will allow more artists, groups, and duos the chance to qualify and be recognized with an ACM Award, which will benefit emerging artists and help put a spotlight on the future of the genre,” Daniel Miller, chair of the ACM awards, voting, and membership committee, shared in a statement late last year.

The Academy of Country Music Awards will return to Ford Center at the Star in Frisco, Texas, on Thursday, May 16, 2024. The show streams live on Prime Video.

2024 ACM Awards nominees:

Entertainer of the Year
Kane Brown
Luke Combs
Jelly Roll
Cody Johnson
Chris Stapleton
Morgan Wallen
Lainey Wilson

Female Artist of the Year
Kelsea Ballerini
Ashley Mcbryde
Megan Moroney
Kacey Musgraves
Lainey Wilson

Male Artist of the Year
Luke Combs
Jelly Roll
Cody Johnson
Chris Stapleton
Morgan Wallen

Duo of the Year
Brooks & Dunn
Brothers Osborne
Dan + Shay
Maddie & Tae
The War And Treaty

Group of the Year
Flatland Cavalry
Lady A
Little Big Town
Old Dominion
Zac Brown Band

New Female Artist of the Year
Kassi Ashton
Ashley Cooke
Hannah Ellis
Kylie Morgan
Megan Moroney

New Male Artist of the Year
Kameron Marlowe
Dylan Scott
Conner Smith
Nate Smith

New Duo or Group of the Year
Neon Union
Restless Road
Tigirlily Gold

Album of the Year
Gettin’ Old, Luke Combs
Higher, Chris Stapleton
Leather, Cody Johnson
One Thing At A Time, Morgan Wallen
Rolling Up The Welcome Mat (For Good), Kelsea Ballerini

Single of the Year
“Burn It Down,” Parker Mccollum
“Fast Car,” Luke Combs
“Last Night,” Morgan Wallen
“Need A Favor,” Jelly Roll
“Next Thing You Know,” Jordan Davis

Song of the Year
“Fast Car,” Luke Combs
“Heart Like A Truck,” Lainey Wilson
“Next Thing You Know,” Jordan Davis
“The Painter,” Cody Johnson
“Tennessee Orange,” Megan Moroney

Music Event of the Year
“Can’t Break Up Now,” Old Dominion, Megan Moroney
“Different ‘round Here,” Riley Green (Ft. Luke Combs)
“I Remember Everything,” Zach Bryan (Feat. Kacey Musgraves)
“Man Made A Bar,” Morgan Wallen (Feat. Eric Church)
“Save Me,” Jelly Roll (With Lainey Wilson)

Visual Media of the Year
“Burn It Down,” Parker Mccollum
“Human,” Cody Johnson
“In Your Love,” Tyler Childers
“Next Thing You Know,” Jordan Davis
“Tennessee Orange,” Megan Moroney


Songwriter of the Year
Jessie Jo Dillon
Ashley Gorley
Hillary Lindsey
Chase Mcgill
Josh Thompson

Artist-Songwriter of the Year
Zach Bryan
Chris Stapleton
Morgan Wallen

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