Chris Stapleton heads to the 60th annual Grammy Awards as the lead country nominee with a total three nominations. The nominees were revealed Tuesday morning (Nov. 28).

Stapleton’s nominations include nods for best country album for From A Room: Volume 1, best country solo performance for “Either Way” and best country song for “Broken Halos.”

The other collections nominated for best country album are Kenny Chesney’s Cosmic Hallelujah, Lady Antebellum’s Heart Break, Little Big Town’s The Breaker and Thomas Rhett’s Life Changes.

Nominated for two Grammys each are Little Big Town, Lady Antebellum, Sam Hunt, Alison Krauss, Miranda Lambert and Midland. Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, The Mavericks and the late Gregg Allman are nominated for two Grammys each in the Americana and American roots categories.

“American Farmboy” by the late Glen Campbell is nominated for best American roots performance along with recordings by Krauss, Alabama Shakes, Blind Boys Of Alabama and the late Leonard Cohen.

Outside of the country-affiliated categories, Reba McEntire’s Sing It Now: Songs Of Faith & Hope is nominated for best roots gospel album along with albums by The Collingworth Family, Larry Cordle, Joseph Habedank and Karen Peck and New River. What If by The Jerry Douglas Band is also among the nominees for best contemporary instrumental album with collections by Alex Han, Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge; Jeff Lorber Fusion and Antonio Sanchez.

The 60th annual Grammy Awards air live from New York City on Jan. 28 on CBS.

Source : CMT