Song of the Year: 2016 Taste of Country Fan Choice Awards
There's been no shortage of great songs in country music in 2016! The nominees for Song of the Year in the 2016 Taste of Country Fan Choice Awards include some of the strongest material to come out of Music City in years.
Tim McGraw's "Humble and Kind" already won the CMA for Song of the Year — can it repeat in our fan-voted awards? Chris Young got Cassadee Pope to join him for "Think of You," scoring a No. 1 hit, and Dierks Bentley collaborated with Elle King on "Different for Girls," coming at the country market from a very different angle.
Eric Church had a "Record Year" with another well-respected smash, and Florida Georgia Line took their career to new heights — and proved their naysayers wrong — with "H.O.L.Y." Jon Pardi's fans went "Head Over Boots" for his biggest hit yet, and Kelsea Ballerini displayed a new maturity with "Peter Pan."
Miranda Lambert showed her tough year hasn't dimmed her ability to take on hard truths with "Vice," while Maren Morris released a career-making debut with "My Church." Keith Urban showed he knows how to take what's old and make it new again with "Blue Ain't Your Color," one of his coolest singles in a long time.
Which of these is the Song of the Year? Vote as often as once per hour until the poll closes at 6PM ET on Nov. 30, and click the button underneath to see the nominees in the next category in the 2015 Taste of Country Fan Choice Awards.