Following the release of her newest album, Storyteller, Carrie Underwood made history as the only artist in the 51-year history of Billboard‘s Top Country Albums chart to have all of her first six albums debut at No. 1 on the chart. Fans were excited about the album then, and they're still excited about it now: The Boot's readers voted Underwood's project Album of the Year in the 2016 Golden Boot Awards.

Storyteller made its debut on Oct. 23, but Underwood first announced the record in a Facebook chat in late August. The album is Underwood’s first since December 2014’s Greatest Hits: Decade #1, and her first album of completely new material since 2012’s Blown Away. Fans were eager to hear it: Storyteller gave Underwood the highest-selling debut week by a female country artist in the past year (besting herself; Greatest Hits had the next-highest-selling debut week of the last year).

Underwood's latest album features 13 songs, plus two Target-exclusive bonus tracks, including singles “Smoke Break,” “Heartbeat” and "Church Bells." Underwood co-wrote six of the disc's tunes; the project was produced by Mark Bright, Zach Crowell and Jay Joyce.

With almost 40 percent of votes, Underwood's Storyteller topped albums by Kacey MusgravesChris StapletonEric ChurchThomas Rhett and Joey + Rory to win Album of the Year.

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