Nominees for the 2015 Grammy Awards have been announced, and the country artists nominated include names from Dierks Bentley to Lee Ann Womack.

Bentley, Eric Church, Brandy ClarkMiranda Lambert and Womack were revealed as Best Country Album nominees early during the first round of announcements. Church, Clark and Lambert were all multiple nominees, with totals of four, two and four nods, respectively.

Other highlights of the nominees list include two nominations for Glen Campbell's 'Gentle on My Mind;' multiple nods for Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, Rosanne CashCarrie Underwood and Keith Urban; and various nominations for Taylor Swift.

See a complete list of country, Americana, bluegrass and folk nominees below. The 2015 Grammy Awards will air live on Sunday, Feb. 8.

2015 Grammy Awards Nominees
Country Categories
Best Country Album

Dierks Bentley, 'Riser'
Eric Church, 'The Outsiders'
Brandy Clark, '12 Stories'
Miranda Lambert, 'Platinum'
Lee Ann Womack, 'The Way I'm Livin''

Best Country Song

Glen Campbell, 'I'm Not Gonna Miss You'
Kenny Chesney, 'American Kids'
Eric Church, 'Give Me Back My Hometown'
Miranda Lambert, 'Automatic'
Tim McGraw (feat. Faith Hill), 'Meanwhile, Back at Mama's'

Best Country Solo Performance

Eric Church, 'Give Me Back My Hometown'
Hunter Hayes, 'Invisible'
Miranda Lambert, 'Automatic'
Carrie Underwood, 'Something in the Water'
Keith Urban, 'Cop Car'

Best Country Duo / Group Performance

The Band Perry, 'Gentle on My Mind'
Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood, 'Somethin' Bad'
Little Big Town, 'Day Drinking'
Tim McGraw (feat. Faith Hill), 'Meanwhile, Back at Mama's'
Keith Urban (feat. Eric Church), 'Raise 'Em Up'

Best Americana Album

Rosanne Cash, 'The River & the Thread'
John Hiatt, 'Terms of My Surrender'
Keb' Mo', 'Bluesamericana'
Nickel Creek, 'A Dotted Line'
Sturgill Simpson, 'Metamodern Sounds in Country Music'

Best American Roots Song

Rosanne Cash, 'A Feather's Not a Bird'
Jesse Winchester, 'Just So Much'
Del McCoury Band, 'The New York Trains'
Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers (feat. Edie Brickell), 'Pretty Little One'
John Hiatt, 'Terms of My Surrender'

Best American Roots Performance

Gregg Allman and Taj Mahal, 'Statesboro Blues'
Rosanne Cash, 'A Feather's Not a Bird'
Billy Childs (feat. Alison Krauss and Jerry Douglas), 'And When I Die'
Keb' Mo' (feat. the California Feet Warmers), 'The Old Me Better'
Nickel Creek, 'Destination'

Best Bluegrass Album

Earls of Leicester, 'The Earls of Leicester'
Naom Pikelny, 'Noam Pikelny Plays Kenny Baker Plays Bill Monroe'
Frank Solivan and Dirty Kitchen, 'Cold Spell'
Bryan Sutton, 'Into My Own'
Rhonda Vincent, 'Only Me'

Best Folk Album

Mike Auldridge, Jerry Douglas and Rob Ickes, 'Three Bells'
Alice Gerrard, 'Follow the Music'
Eliza Gilkyson, 'The Nocturne Diaries'
Old Crow Medicine Show, 'Remedy'
Jesse Winchester, 'A Reasonable Amount of Trouble'

Other Categories Featuring Country Artists
Record of the Year

Iggy Azalea feat. Charli XCX, 'Fancy'
Sia, 'Chandelier'
Sam Smith, 'Stay With Me (Darkchild version)'
Taylor Swift, 'Shake It Off'
Meghan Trainor, 'All About That Bass'

Song of the Year

Hozier, 'Take Me to Church'
Sia, 'Chandelier'
Sam Smith, 'Stay With Me (Darkchild version)'
Taylor Swift, 'Shake It Off'
Meghan Trainor, 'All About That Bass'

Best New Artist

Iggy Azalea
Bastille
Brandy Clark
Haim
Sam Smith

Best Pop Solo Performance

John Legend, 'All of Me (live version)'
Pharrell, 'Happy (live version)'
Sia, 'Chandelier'
Sam Smith, 'Stay With Me (Darkchild version)'
Taylor Swift, 'Shake It Off'

Best Song Written for Visual Media

Tegan and Sara (feat. the Lonely Island), 'Everything is Awesome!!!'
Ed Sheeran, 'I See Fire'
Glen Campbell, 'I'm Not Gonna Miss You'
Idina Menzel, 'Let It Go'
Scarlett Johansson and Joaquin Phoenix, 'The Moon Song'

Best Historical Album

Various Artists, 'Black Europe: The Sounds and Images of Black People in Europe Pre-1927'
Hank Williams, 'The Garden Spot Programs'
Isham Jones Rainbo Orchestra, 'Happy: The 1920 Rainbo Orchestra Sides'
Various Artists, 'Longing for the Past: The 78 RPM Era in Southeast Asia'
Various Artists, 'There's a Dream I've Been Saving: Lee Hazlewood Industries 1966-1971 (Deluxe Edition)'