The 2014 Grammy Awards nominees have been announced, including some of the biggest names in country music.

The names were announced during the ‘The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!! – Countdown to Music’s Biggest Night’ on Friday night (Dec. 6), which featured performances by artists from across all genres.

Not surprisingly, Taylor Swift scored multiple nominations, including Best Country Album and Best Country Song. The superstar also scored a nomination for Album of the Year for her genre-bending album, 'Red.'

Blake Shelton is also a multiple nominee; he's up for Best Country Album, Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song.

Reigning CMA New Artist of the Year Kacey Musgraves is nominated for Best New Artist, a category which pits her against some of the hottest new artists from across the entire spectrum of contemporary music. She's also up for Best Country Album for her major label debut, 'Same Trailer Different Park,' and in a repeat of a scenario that unfolded at this year's CMAs, she will compete against herself for Best Country Song -- her solo hit 'Merry Go 'Round is nominated in that category, as is Miranda Lambert's 'Mama's Broken Heart,' on which Musgraves is a co-writer.

The 2014 Grammy Awards will air live on Sunday, Jan. 26.

2014 Grammy Awards Nominees (Country):

Best Country Album
Jason Aldean, ‘Night Train’
Tim McGraw, ‘Two Lanes of Freedom’
Kacey Musgraves, ‘Same Trailer Different Park’
Blake Shelton, ‘Based on a True Story…’
Taylor Swift, ‘Red’

Best Country Solo Performance
Lee Brice, ‘I Drive Your Truck’
Hunter Hayes, ‘I Want Crazy’
Miranda Lambert, ‘Mama’s Broken Heart’
Darius Rucker, ‘Wagon Wheel’
Blake Shelton, ‘Mine Would Be You’

Best Country Duo/Group Performance
The Civil Wars, ‘From This Valley’
Kelly Clarkson feat. Vince Gill, ‘Don’t Rush’
Little Big Town, ‘Your Side of the Bed’
Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift & Keith Urban, ‘Highway Don’t Care’
Kenny Rogers with Dolly Parton, ‘You Can’t Make Old Friends’

Best Country Song
Taylor Swift, ‘Begin Again’
Lee Brice, ‘I Drive Your Truck’
Miranda Lambert, ‘Mama’s Broken Heart’
Kacey Musgraves, ‘Merry Go ‘Round’
Blake Shelton, ‘Mine Would Be You’

Album of the Year
Sara Bareilles, ‘The Blessed Unrest’
Daft Punk, ‘Random Access Memories’
Kendrick Lamar, ‘good kid, m.A.A.d city’
Macklemore + Ryan Lewis, ‘The Heist’
Taylor Swift, ‘Red’

Best New Artist
James Blake
Kendrick Lamar
Macklemore + Ryan Lewis
Kacey Musgraves
Ed Sheeran

Best American Roots Song
Sarah Jarosz, 'Build Me Up From Bones'
Steve Earle & The Dukes (& Duchesses), 'Invisible'
Tim O'Brien & Darrell Scott, 'Keep Your Dirty Lights On'
Steve Martin & Edie Brickell, 'Love Has Come for You'
Allen Toussaint, 'Shrimp Po-Boy, Dressed'

Best Americana Album
Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell, 'Old Yellow Moon'
Steve Martin & Edie Brickell, 'Love Has Come for You'
Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale, 'Buddy and Jim'
Mavis Staples, 'One True Vine'
Allen Toussaint, 'Songbook'

Best Bluegrass Album
The Boxcars, 'It's Just a Road'
Dailey & Vincent, 'Brothers of the Highway'
Della Mae, 'This World Oft Can Be'
James King, 'Three Chords and the Truth'
Del McCoury Band, 'The Streets of Baltimore'