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NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED FOR THE 59TH ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC AWARDS

‘Country Music’s Party of the Year’ returns exclusively on Prime Video and the Amazon Music channel on Twitch Live from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas on Thursday, May 16, 2024

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — April 9, 2024 — The Academy of Country Music (ACM) and Dick Clark Productions (DCP) today announced nominations for the 59th Academy of Country Music Awards on The Bobby Bones Show, with Luke Combs, Megan Moroney, and Morgan Wallen receiving the most nominations. “Country Music’s Party of the Year” will stream live exclusively for a global audience across 240+ countries and territories on Prime Video on Thursday, May 16 at 8 p.m. EDT/7 p.m. CDT/5 p.m. PDT from Ford Center at The Star in Frisco, Texas. As in past years, fans will also be able to tune in to the official ACM Red Carpet on Prime Video, the Amazon Music Channel on Twitch and Amazon Live, starting at 7 p.m. EDT/6 p.m. CDT/4 p.m. PDT. The Emmy-nominated, star-powered experience will celebrate Country Music’s biggest stars and emerging talent, and feature unforgettable performances, exclusive collaborations, and unexpected moments that will captivate fans worldwide. The full rebroadcast of “Country Music’s Party of the Year” will be available directly following the stream on Prime Video and available the next day for free on Amazon Freevee and the Amazon Music app.

A limited number of tickets to the 59th ACM Awards are available for purchase on SeatGeek, offering fans exclusive entry into a nonstop party packed with their favorite country stars performing the biggest hits from the last year and seats closer to the action than ever before.

Fans can also stream the Official ACM Awards playlist available now on Amazon Music in celebration of this year’s nominees. Fans can listen to country music’s biggest stars, such as Kane Brown, Lainey Wilson, and Jelly Roll, directly on the Amazon Music app HERE.

Nominee Highlights for the 59th Academy of Country Music Awards

  • Luke Combs leads with eight nominations including Entertainer of the Year, Male Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Single of the Year, plus Music Event of the Year alongside Riley Green for their song “Different ‘Round Here.” 
  • Megan Moroney receives the most nods for a female artist with six nominations, including both Female Artist of the Year and New Female Artist of the Year. Moroney also received nominations for Song of the Year as artist and songwriter for “Tennessee Orange,” as well as nods for Visual Media of the Year, and Music Event of the Year for “Can’t Break Up Now” alongside Old Dominion
  • Morgan Wallen receives six nominations and ties Luke Combs for receiving nods in the most categories, including Album of the Year for One Thing At A Time, which spent 18 weeks at No. 1 on the all-genre Billboard 200 chart and tied Garth Brooks’ Ropin’ the Wind with the most weeks at No. 1 for a Country album. Wallen is also nominated for Single of the Year for “Last Night,” which is the longest running No. 1 solo song in Hot 100 history with 16 weeks atop the chart. Wallen may also walk away with an ACM trophy this year for Male Artist of the Year, which he won last year for the first time at the 58th ACM Awards.
  • Cody Johnson, Chris Stapleton, and Lainey Wilson receive five nominations each, followed by Jelly Roll and Jordan Davis with four nominations. 
  • First time ACM Award nominee, Jelly Roll, receives four nominations including Entertainer of the Year. The last artist to be nominated for Entertainer of the Year as part of his first set of nominations was Billy Ray Cyrus in 1992, the same year he gained fame for his smash hit “Achy Breaky Heart.” 
  • Luke Combs and Lainey Wilson are nominees for Entertainer of the Year. A win for either artist in this category will also clinch the coveted Triple Crown Award, which consists of an Entertainer of the Year win, plus wins in an act’s respective New Artist (Male, Female, Duo or Group) and Artist (Male, Female, Duo or Group) categories. Past ACM Triple Crown Award recipients include Chris StapletonMiranda LambertJason Aldean, Carrie UnderwoodKenny Chesney, and others. 
  • This is the fifth year in a row that Luke Combs has been nominated for both Male Artist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year. 
  • Tracy Chapman receives her first nomination for writing “Fast Car,” which was originally released by Chapman in 1988 before Luke Combs released his version of the song in 2023. “Fast Car” has reached No. 1 on the Country Airplay chart and No. 2 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart. 
  • Cody Johnson’s five nominations this year make this the most ACM Award nominations he has ever received in one year and make him the most-nominated Texas-born artist this year.
  • Lainey Wilson’s nominations for Song of the Year mark her third consecutive year being nominated and her fifth total nomination (including artist and songwriter credits) in the category. 
  • Kane Brown receives his 15th nomination as he’s up for Entertainer of the Year for the second year in a row.
  • Chris Stapleton receives five nominations, including his ninth consecutive nomination for Male Artist of the Year, an award he’s won three times in the past. Chris Stapleton is also nominated for Entertainer of the Year, which he won for the first time at the 58th ACM Awards last year. 
  • Morgane Stapleton receives her first nomination as a producer on her husband Chris Stapleton’s album Higher.  
  • Old Dominion receives a nomination for Group of the Year, making this the ninth consecutive year it has been nominated in the category. The group has taken home the title every year for the last six years.
  • This is the first time all members of Old Dominion have received producing credits on a nomination, with Brad TursiGeoff SprungMatthew RamseyTrevor Rosen, and Whit Sellers joining Ross Copperman and Kristian Bush as producers on “Can’t Break Up Now,” which is nominated for Music Event of the Year. 
  • Brothers Osborne’s nomination for Duo of the Year marks its 17th ACM nomination and its tenth year in a row being nominated for ACM Duo of the Year, an award the pair has brought home four times, including last year.
  • Kacey Musgraves’ two nominations this year brings her total nominations count to 27, including eight nominations for Female Artist of the Year. She won the award in 2018, the same year she won Album of the Year for Golden Hour.
  • Zach Bryan receives three nominations for Music Event of the Year for “I Remember Everything (feat. Kacey Musgraves)” as artist and producer and Artist-Songwriter of the Year. This follows up his first ACM Award win at the 58th ACM Awards where he took home New Male Artist of the Year. 
  • Kelsea Ballerini received three nominations including two separate nominations for Album of the Year as both Artist and Producer, marking her first album to be nominated for ACM Album of the Year. She is also nominated for Female Artist of the Year for the seventh time. 
  • Parker McCollum received two nominations, his first since winning New Male Artist of the Year in 2021. 
  • Little Big Town receives its 18th nomination for Group of the Year, which ties the group for the all-time record of 18 nominations for Group of the Year held by Alabama. Little Big Town has been nominated in the category every year since 2005, with the exception of 2011.
  • This is the first time since 2018 that the New Duo/Group category will be presented at the ACM Awards with all first-time nominees including Neon UnionRestless Road, and Tigirlily Gold.
  • The Single of the Year and Visual Media of the Year categories will both have first-time winners in those categories this year, as there are no previous winners nominated for each respective category. 
  • First-time artist nominees include Kassi AshtonTyler ChildersAshley CookeHannah EllisFlatland CavalryJelly RollKameron MarloweKylie MorganNeon UnionRestless RoadConner Smith, and Tigirlily Gold

The following is the full list of nominees for the ACM Main Awards, Studio Recording Awards, and Industry Awards categories:

MAIN AWARDS:

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

  • ERNEST 
  • 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 [Awarded to Artist(s)/Producer(s)/Record Company–Label(s)]

  • Gettin’ Old – Luke Combs

Producer: Chip Matthews, Jonathan Singleton, Luke Combs

Record Company-Label: River House Artists / Columbia Nashville

  • Higher – Chris Stapleton

Producer: Chris Stapleton, Dave Cobb, Morgane Stapleton

Record Company-Label: Mercury Nashville

  • Leather – Cody Johnson

Producers: Trent Willmon

Record Company-Label: CoJo Music LLC / Warner Music Nashville LLC

  • One Thing At A Time – Morgan Wallen

Producers: Joey Moi, Cameron Montgomery, Charlie Handsome, Jacob Durrett

Record Company-Label: Big Loud Records / Republic Records / Mercury Records

  • Rolling Up the Welcome Mat (For Good) – Kelsea Ballerini

Producers: Kelsea Ballerini, Alysa Vanderheym

Record Company-Label: Black River Entertainment

SINGLE OF THE YEAR [Awarded to Artist(s)/Producer(s)/Record Company–Label(s)]

  • Burn It Down – Parker McCollum

Producer: Jon Randall

Record Company-Label: MCA Nashville

  • Fast Car – Luke Combs

Producers: Luke Combs, Chip Matthews, Jonathan Singleton

Record Company-Label: River House Artists / Columbia Nashville

  • Last Night – Morgan Wallen

Producer: Joey Moi, Charlie Handsome

Record Company-Label: Big Loud Records / Republic Records / Mercury Records

  • Need A Favor – Jelly Roll

Producer: Austin Nivarel

Record Company-Label: Stoney Creek Records / BMG Nashville

  • Next Thing You Know – Jordan Davis

Producer: Paul DiGiovanni

Record Company-Label: MCA Nashville

SONG OF THE YEAR [Awarded to Songwriter(s)/Publisher(s)/Artist(s)]

  • Fast Car – Luke Combs 

Songwriters: Tracy Chapman

Publishers: Purple Rabbit

  • Heart Like A Truck – Lainey Wilson

Songwriters: Dallas Wilson, Lainey Wilson, Trannie Anderson

Publishers: Sony / ATV Countryside; Songs of Riser House; Songs of Wild Cat Well Music

  • Next Thing You Know – Jordan Davis

Songwriters: Chase McGill, Greylan James, Jordan Davis, Josh Osborne

Publishers: Family Farm Songs; Hold On Can I Get A Number 1 Music; Songs of Universal Inc.

  • The Painter – Cody Johnson

Songwriters: Benjy Davis, Kat Higgins, Ryan Larkins

Publishers: Big Music Machine; BMG Platinum Songs US; Nashblonde Music; Pompano Run Music; Songs for Ellie May; Sony / ATV Tree Publishing; Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Group; Well That Was Awkward Music

  • Tennessee Orange – Megan Moroney

Songwriters: Ben Williams, David Fanning, Megan Moroney, Paul Jenkins

Publishers: 33 Creative; Bone Bone Creative; Sony / ATV Tree Publishing

MUSIC EVENT OF THE YEAR [Awarded to Artist(s)/Producer(s)/Record Company–Label(s)]

  • Can’t Break Up Now – Old Dominion, Megan Moroney

Producers: Brad Tursi, Geoff Sprung, Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Whit Sellers, Ross Copperman, Kristian Bush

Record Company-Label: Three Up Three Down, LLC / Columbia Nashville

  • Different ‘Round Here – Riley Green (Ft. Luke Combs)

Producer: Dann Huff

Record Company-Label: BMLG Records

  • I Remember Everything – Zach Bryan (feat. Kacey Musgraves)

Producer: Zach Bryan

Record Company-Label: Belting Bronco Records / Warner Records, Inc

  • Man Made A Bar – Morgan Wallen (feat. Eric Church)

Producer: Joey Moi

Record Company-Label: Big Loud Records / Mercury Records / Republic Records

  • Save Me – Jelly Roll (with Lainey Wilson)

Producers: Zach Crowell, David Ray Stevens

Record Company-Label: Stoney Creek Records / BMG Nashville

VISUAL MEDIA OF THE YEAR [Awarded to Producer(s)/Director(s)/Artist(s)]

  • Burn It Down – Parker McCollum

Producers: Christen Pinkston &Wesley Stebbins-Perry

Director: Dustin Haney

  • Human – Cody Johnson

Producer: Christen Pinkston &Wesley Stebbins-Perry

Director: Dustin Haney

  • In Your Love – Tyler Childers

Producer: Kacie Barton, Whitney Wolanin, Nicholas Robespierre, Ian Thorton, Silas House

Director: Bryan Schlam

  • Next Thing You Know – Jordan Davis

Producer: Jamie Stratakis

Director: Running Bear (Stephen Kinigopoulos, Alexa Stone)

  • Tennessee Orange – Megan Moroney

Producer: Lauren Starr, Saul Levitz, Laura Burhenn

Director: Jason Lester

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR

  • Jessie Jo Dillon 
  • Ashley Gorley
  • Hillary Lindsey
  • Chase McGill
  • Josh Thompson

ARTIST-SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR

  • Zach Bryan
  • ERNEST
  • HARDY
  • Chris Stapleton
  • Morgan Wallen

NOMINEES IN NUMERICAL ORDER

Luke Combs (8): Entertainer of the Year; Male Artist of the Year; Album of the Year (Artist & Producer nominations); Single of the Year (Artist & Producer nominations); Song of the Year; Music Event of the Year

Megan Moroney (6): Female Artist of the Year; New Female Artist of the Year; Song of the Year (Artist & Songwriter nominations); Music Event of the Year; Visual Media of the Year

Morgan Wallen (6): Entertainer of the Year; Male Artist of the Year; Album of the Year; Single of the Year; Music Event of the Year; Artist-Songwriter of the Year

Cody Johnson (5): Entertainer of the Year; Male Artist of the Year; Album of the Year; Song of the Year; Visual Media of the Year

Chris Stapleton (5): Entertainer of the Year; Male Artist of the Year; Album of the Year (Artist & Producer nominations); Artist-Songwriter of the Year

Lainey Wilson (5): Entertainer of the Year; Female Artist of the Year; Song of the Year (Artist & Songwriter nominations); Music Event of the Year

Jordan Davis (4): Single of the Year; Song of the Year (Artist & Songwriter nominations); Visual Media of the Year

Jelly Roll (4): Entertainer of the Year; Male Artist of the Year; Single of the Year; Music Event of the Year

Kelsea Ballerini (3): Female Artist of the Year; Album of the Year (Artist & Producer nominations)

Zach Bryan (3): Music Event of the Year (Artist & Producer nominations); Artist-Songwriter of the Year

ERNEST (2): New Male Artist of the Year; Artist-Songwriter of the Year

Chase McGill (2): Song of the Year (Songwriter); Songwriter of the Year

Parker McCollum (2): Single of the Year; Visual Media of the Year

Kacey Musgraves (2): Female Artist of the Year; Music Event of the Year

Old Dominion (2): Group of the Year; Music Event of the Year

Kassi Ashton (1): New Female Artist of the Year

Brooks & Dunn (1): Duo of the Year

Brothers Osborne (1): Duo of the Year

Kane Brown (1): Entertainer of the Year

Tracy Chapman (1): Song of the Year (Songwriter)

Tyler Childers (1): Visual Media of the Year

Eric Church (1): Music Event of the Year

Ashley Cooke (1): New Female Artist of the Year

Dan + Shay (1): Duo of the Year

Hannah Ellis (1): New Female Artist of the Year

Flatland Cavalry (1): Group of the Year

Jessie Jo Dillon (1): Songwriter of the Year

Ashley Gorley (1):  Songwriter of the Year

Riley Green (1): Music Event of the Year

HARDY (1): Artist-Songwriter of the Year

Lady A (1): Group of the Year

Hillary Lindsey (1): Songwriter of the Year

Little Big Town (1): Group of the Year

Maddie & Tae (1): Duo of the Year

Kameron Marlowe (1): New Male Artist of the Year

Ashley McBryde (1): Female Artist of the Year

Kylie Morgan (1): New Female Artist of the Year

Neon Union (1): New Duo or Group of the Year

Restless Road (1): New Duo or Group of the Year

Dylan Scott (1): New Male Artist of the Year

Conner Smith (1): New Male Artist of the Year

Nate Smith (1): New Male Artist of the Year

The War And Treaty (1): Duo of the Year

Josh Thompson (1): Songwriter of the Year

Tigirlily Gold (1): New Duo or Group of the Year

Zac Brown Band (1): Group of the Year

The 2024 ACM Studio Recording Awards and Industry Awards will be presented to recipients at the 17th Academy of Country Music Honors, a special event held annually in August in Nashville. More details about this year’s show will be announced in the coming months.

STUDIO RECORDING AWARDS:

BASS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

  • Tony Lucido
  • Steve Mackey
  • Lex Price
  • Jimmie Lee Sloas
  • Craig Young

DRUMMER OF THE YEAR

  • Fred Eltringham
  • Evan Hutchings
  • Greg Morrow
  • Jerry Roe
  • Nir Z

ACOUSTIC GUITAR PLAYER OF THE YEAR

  • Todd Lombardo
  • Danny Rader
  • Bryan Sutton
  • Ilya Toshinskiy
  • Charlie Worsham

PIANO/KEYBOARDS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

  • Jim “Moose” Brown
  • David Dorn
  • Charlie Judge
  • Billy Justineau
  • Alex Wright

SPECIALTY INSTRUMENT PLAYER OF THE YEAR

  • Dan Dugmore
  • Paul Franklin
  • Josh Matheny
  • Justin Schipper
  • Bryan Sutton

ELECTRIC GUITAR PLAYER OF THE YEAR

  • Tom Bukovac
  • Kris Donegan
  • Jedd Hughes
  • Rob McNelley
  • Sol Philcox-Littlefield

AUDIO ENGINEER OF THE YEAR

  • Drew Bollman
  • Jeff Braun
  • Jim Cooley
  • Jason Hall
  • Buckley Miller
  • F. Reid Shippen

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

  • Charlie Handsome
  • Dann Huff
  • Joey Moi
  • Jon Randall
  • Derek Wells

INDUSTRY AWARDS:

CASINO OF THE YEAR – THEATER

  • Choctaw Grand Theater – Durant, OK
  • Deadwood Mountain Grand – Deadwood, SD
  • Foxwoods Resort Casino – Mashantucket, CT
  • Lucas Oil Live at WinStar World Casino and Resort – Thackerville, OK
  • Resorts World Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV

CASINO OF THE YEAR – ARENA

  • Golden Nugget Lake Charles – Lake Charles, LA
  • Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena – Atlantic City, NJ
  • Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre – St. Louis, MO
  • Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT
  • Mystic Lake Casino Showroom – Prior Lake, MN

FESTIVAL OF THE YEAR

  • Carolina Country Music Fest – Myrtle Beach, SC
  • CMC Rocks – Ipswich, Queensland
  • Crash My Playa – Riviera Cancun, Mexico
  • Tortuga Music Festival – Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • Windy City Smokeout – Chicago, IL

FAIR/RODEO OF THE YEAR

  • Auburn Rodeo – Opelika, AL
  • Cheyenne Frontier Days – Cheyenne, WY
  • Iowa State Fair – Des Moines, IA
  • Minnesota State Fair – Falcon Heights, MN
  • San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo – San Antonio, TX

CLUB OF THE YEAR

  • 8 Seconds Saloon – Indianapolis, IN
  • Billy Bob’s Texas – Fort Worth, TX
  • Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
  • Joe’s Live – Rosemont, IL
  • Mission Ballroom – Denver, CO

THEATER OF THE YEAR

  • Beacon Theatre – New York, NY
  • The Franklin Theatre – Franklin, TN
  • Moody Theater – Austin, TX
  • Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
  • Tabernacle – Atlanta, GA

OUTDOOR VENUE OF THE YEAR

  • Ascend Amphitheater – Nashville, TN
  • Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO
  • Saint Augustine Amphitheatre – St. Augustine, FL
  • Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA
  • The Wharf Amphitheater – Orange Beach, AL

ARENA OF THE YEAR

  • Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
  • Dickies Arena – Fort Worth, TX
  • Hertz Arena – Estero, FL
  • KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, KY
  • T-Mobile Center – Kansas City, MO

DON ROMEO TALENT BUYER OF THE YEAR

  • Gil Cunningham
  • Andrew Fortin
  • Nicole More
  • Stacy Vee
  • Ed Warm

PROMOTER OF THE YEAR

  • Jered Johnson
  • Patrick McDill
  • Brian O’Connell
  • Aaron Spalding
  • Adam Weiser

IMPORTANT NOTES

  • The eligibility period for submissions for the 59th Academy of Country Music Awards is January 1, 2023 through December 31, 2023.
  • The awards count for artists reflects categories in which they have been recognized as individuals or as part of their duo or group. In some cases, an artist may receive more than one nomination per category, such as producer, director, or songwriter which factors into their official count.
  • Award recipients in each category are noted above in brackets in the Album of the Year, Single of the Year, Song of the Year, Video of the Year, and Music Event of the Year.
  • Awards are voted on by members of the Academy of Country Music, which boasts a record-high membership this year of more than 5,000 members and serves as a powerhouse advocate for Country fans, artists, and all facets of the business.
  • A full database of previous Academy of Country Music Awards nominations and winners can be found on the Academy of Country Music website in the “Past Winners” section found HERE.

The 59th Academy of Country Music Awards is produced by Dick Clark Productions. Raj Kapoor is Executive Producer and Showrunner, with Patrick Menton as Co-Executive Producer. Damon Whiteside serves as Executive Producer for the Academy of Country Music, and Barry Adelman serves as Executive Producer for DCP. John Saade continues to serve as consulting producer for Amazon MGM Studios.

Established in 1966, the Academy of Country Music Awards is the longest-running Country Music awards show and made history in 2022 as the first major awards ceremony to exclusively livestream, in partnership with Prime Video. This year’s show marks its return to Texas for the second consecutive year after the 2023 show was one of the most watched awards shows of the year.

The 59th ACM Awards performers, presenters, and ACM Awards week ancillary events will be announced in the coming weeks. The media credential application to cover the Awards in Frisco is available now HERE. For more information, visit ACMcountry.com.

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About the Academy of Country Music:       

Founded in Southern California in 1964 as a regional trade organization, the ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC (ACM) has grown in the almost-60 years since into a leading association for the Country Music industry. Now headquartered in Nashville, Tenn., and boasting record-high membership of more than 5,000 worldwide, the Academy serves as a powerhouse advocate for Country fans, artists, and all facets of the business, as well as a supporter of philanthropic work through charitable partner ACM LIFTING LIVES, dedicated to improving lives through the power of music and providing aid in times of need, with a focus on health initiatives. Last year was another monumental moment for the Academy, with the 58th ACM Awards, hosted by global superstars Dolly Parton and Garth Brooks, ranking as one of the most-watched awards shows of the year. 2024 will see the ACM Awards return in May to the world headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys in Texas for a second consecutive year and stream live for a global audience on Prime Video. The Academy also remains relentlessly committed to creating a more inclusive environment for underrepresented groups in Country Music, from the boardroom to the stage, and proudly presents both ACM LEVel Up, a two-year professional development and enrichment curriculum for rising leaders, and OnRamp, a guaranteed income program for Black members of the Nashville music community, in partnership with the Black Music Action Coalition. For more information, visit ACMcountry.com or ACMLiftingLives.org.     

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The Star is the 91-acre campus of the Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters and training facility in Frisco, Texas. Developed as a first-of-its-kind partnership between the City of Frisco, Frisco ISD and the Dallas Cowboys, The Star features Ford Center, a 12,000-seat stadium that hosts Frisco ISD football games, concerts and other events; Cowboys Fit, a 60,000 square-foot gym developed in partnership with leading fitness developer, Mark Mastrov; Cowboys Club, a members-only club where the country club meets the NFL; the Omni Frisco Hotel, a 16-floor, 300-room luxury hotel; Baylor Scott & White Sports Therapy & Research at The Star, a 300,000 square-foot center of excellence for sports medicine; Twelve Cowboys Way, a 17-story, luxury residential tower in partnership between Pro Football Hall-of-Fame Quarterback #12 Roger Staubach, and Dallas-based developer and former Dallas Cowboys center, Robert Shaw; Formation, a dynamic coworking experience offering a collaborative work environment of open workspace, dedicated desks and private offices; as well as a variety of shopping, dining and nightlife options throughout The Star District. For more information on The Star, visit www.TheStarInFrisco.com.  

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