Kacey Musgraves may be a first-time CMA Awards nominee, but she has more than enough nods to make up for any lost time.
The 47th annual CMA Awards will again be hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood (it's the sixth time, for those counting) and will air live from Nashville on ABC15, Nov. 6.
The 25-year-old country singer, who released her debut album, "Same Trailer Different Park," in March, leads the pack of this year's CMA nominees along with country-pop queen bee Taylor Swift. Both singer/songwriters boast six nods a piece for the 47th annual ceremony.
Musgraves will compete for album of the year, single of the year, female vocalist of the year and new artist of the year. She's also nominated twice in the song of the year category, which recognizes the songwriters.
Swift, meanwhile, will vie for the album of the year honor with her chart-topping "Red" in addition to female vocalist of the year and entertainer of the year. Her work with Tim McGraw and Keith Urban on "Highway Don't Care" snagged the 23-year-old recognition in the single of the year, song of the year and musical event of the year categories as well.
For the entertainer of the year title, Swift will face-off with last year's winner, Blake Shelton, who earned five nominations this time around. His wife, Miranda Lambert, earned three along with another two with her group Pistol Annies.
Check out the list of nominees for "Country Music's Biggest Night" below:
ENTERTAINER OF THE YEAR
FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Florida Georgia Line
VOCAL GROUP OF THE YEAR
Eli Young Band
Little Big Town
The Band Perry
Zac Brown Band
VOCAL DUO OF THE YEAR
Big & Rich
Florida Georgia Line
Love and Theft
The Civil Wars
ALBUM OF THE YEAR
"Based on a True Story," Blake Shelton
"Blown Away," Carrie Underwood
"Red," Taylor Swift
"Same Trailer Different Park," Kacey Musgraves
"Tornado," Little Big Town
SONG OF THE YEAR
"I Drive Your Truck," Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington, and Jimmy Yeary
"Mama's Broken Heart," Brandy Clark, Shane McAnally and Kacey Musgraves
"Merry Go 'Round," Kacey Musgraves, Josh Osborne and Shane McAnally
"Pontoon," Natalie Hemby, Luke Laird and Barry Dean
"Wagon Wheel," Bob Dylan and Ketch Secor
SINGLE OF THE YEAR
"Cruise," Florida Georgia Line
"Highway Don't Care," Tim McGraw with Taylor Swift and Keith Urban