The 2011 Grammy nominations were announced Dec. 1, and we've got all of the country laden categories listed below, as well as three all-genre categories that feature country artists.

Lady Antebellum earn six nominations, the most out of any other country artist, all for their genre bending hit 'Need You Now' and the album of the same name. Miranda Lambert is close behind with five, recognized for her album 'Revolution' and one's of its singles, 'The House That Built Me,' as well as her collaboration on Dierks Bentley's single 'Bad Angel.'

Zac Brown Band are up for four Grammys, two for their hit single 'Free,' and one for their collaboration with Alan Jackson on 'As She's Walking Away.' Both are featured on their 2010 album 'You Get What You Give,' which is up for Best Country Album.

Lady A and Miranda Lambert were the only artists to also be nominated in all-genre categories, specifically for Song of the Year, Record of they Year, and Album of the Year.

See below for a list of the categories for further details about their list of nominees. For a full list of the Grammy Award nominees, click here.

2011 Grammy Nominees Categories:

Best Country Song

Best Country Collaboration With Vocals

Best Country Album

Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals

Best Female Country Vocal Performance

Best Male Country Vocal Performance

Record of the Year

Song of the Year

Album of the Year