The Golden Boot Awards are back! The Boot's fan-voted digital awards are returning for a sixth year -- and it's up to you, our readers, to determine the winner in each of this year's 10 categories.

Launched in 2014, the Golden Boot Awards feature nominees selected by The Boot's staff in categories including Artist of the Year, Collaboration of the Year, Songwriter of the Year and Living Legend, among others. Nominations are based on an artist's work in 2019 as a whole.

Nominees for this year's Golden Boot Awards include country superstar Carrie Underwood (Artist of the Year, Live Act of the Year), rising artist Tyler Childers (Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Live Act of the Year, Song of the Year, Music Video of the Year), Americana favorite Brandi Carlile (Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year, to say nothing of her work with Tanya Tucker and the Highwomen) and more. A complete list of nominees is below; click each category name to go vote.

Readers can vote for their preferred winner in each 2018 Golden Boot Awards category as often as once per hour through 11:59PM ET on Jan. 23. ​The Boot will announce the winners on ​ ​on Jan. 24.

​​2019 Golden Boot Awards Nominees​

Brandi Carlile
Tyler Childers
Eric Church
Luke Combs
The Highwomen
Lil Nas X
Maren Morris
Kacey Musgraves
Tanya Tucker
Carrie Underwood

Tyler Childers, Country Squire
Steve Earle, Guy
The Highwomen, The Highwomen
Randy Houser, Magnolia
Miranda Lambert, Wildcard
Midland, Let It Roll
Mike and the Moonpies, Cheap Silver and Solid Country Gold
Maren Morris, Girl
Jon Pardi, Heartache Medication
Kalie Shorr, Open Book

Garth Brooks
Tyler Childers
Eric Church
Luke Combs
Jason Isbell
Miranda Lambert
Maren Morris
Kacey Musgraves
Carrie Underwood

Ingrid Andress, “More Hearts Than Mine”
Tyler Childers, “All Your’n”
Luke Combs, “Beer Never Broke My Heart”
The Highwomen, “Redesigning Women”
Miranda Lambert, “Bluebird”
Lil Nas X + Billy Ray Cyrus, “Old Town Road”
Ashley McBryde, “One Night Standards”
Jon Pardi, “Heartache Medication”
Runaway June, “Buy My Own Drinks”
Blake Shelton, “God’s Country”

Ingrid Andress
Dillon Carmichael
Lukas Nelson
Kalie Shorr
Mitchell Tenpenny
Tenille Townes
Molly Tuttle
Joshua Ray Walker

Kelsea Ballerini, “Homecoming Queen”
Dierks Bentley, “Living”
Tyler Childers, “All Your’n”
The Highwomen, “Redesigning Women”
Lil Nas X + Billy Ray Cyrus, “Old Town Road”
Ashley McBryde, “Girl Goin’ Nowhere”
Maren Morris, “Girl”
Runaway June, “Buy My Own Drinks”
Chris Stapleton, “Second One to Know”
Morgan Wallen, “Cover Me Up”

Clint Black
Garth Brooks
Charlie Daniels
Steve Earle
Vince Gill
John Hiatt
Alan Jackson
Kris Kristofferson
Jim Lauderdale
Loretta Lynn
Reba McEntire
Ronnie Milsap
Willie Nelson
Oak Ridge Boys
Dolly Parton
John Prine
Kenny Rogers
Ricky Skaggs
George Strait
Randy Travis
Shania Twain

Garth Brooks wins CMA Entertainer of the Year (and Carrie Underwood and / or Eric Church doesn’t)
Ken Burns’ Country Music airs
The Highwomen debut
Miranda Lambert gets married
Lil Nas X takes over with “Old Town Road”
Kacey Musgraves sweeps the 2019 Grammy Awards
Jennifer Nettles asks for equal play with 2019 CMA Awards outfit
Dolly Parton surprises at 2019 Newport Folk Festival
Thomas Rhett prays at 2019 CMT Artists of the Year ceremony
Keith Urban wins 2019 ACM Entertainer of the Year

Garth Brooks + Blake Shelton, “Dive Bar”
Brooks & Dunn + Co., Reboot
Brandi Carlile, Shooter Jennings + Tanya Tucker, While I’m Livin’
Dan + Shay + Justin Bieber, “10,000 Hours”
Steve Earle + Co. “Old Friends”
Brantley Gilbert + Lindsay Ell, “What Happens in a Small Town”
The Highwomen, The Highwomen
Miranda Lambert + Maren Morris, “Way Too Pretty for Prison”
Lil Nas X + Billy Ray Cyrus, “Old Town Road”
Our Native Daughters, Songs of Our Native Daughters

Brandi Carlile
Erik Dylan
Erin Enderlin
Ray Fulcher
Nicolle Galyon
Ashley Gorley
The Love Junkies
Shane McAnally

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