The Inspirational Country Music Awards have announced their nominees, and several of country's biggest names have made the list.

Carrie Underwood and Craig Morgan lead the pack with nominations in three major categories each: Inspirational Song of the Year, Video of the Year and Mainstream Country Artist. Carrie's No.1 single, 'Temporary Home,' earned her a nomination for both Inspirational Song of the Year and Video of the Year, while Craig's hit, 'This Ain't Nothing,' is also nominated in both categories. Craig and Carrie are also each nominated in the Mainstream Country Artist category.

Chris Young and Miranda Lambert are both double nominees for Inspirational Country Song and Video of the Year. Chris's nominations are thanks to his recent hit, 'The Man I Want to Be,' while Miranda's No.1 hit, 'The House That Built Me,' earned her the dual spots. Other nominees in the Inspirational Country Song category include Lee Brice's 'Love Like Crazy' and Jo Dee Messina's single, 'That's God.'



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hit, 'All I Ask for Anymore, is the final nominee in the Video of the Year category. In addition to Carrie and Craig, other artists nominated in the Mainstream Country Artist category include Jeff Bates, Ricky Skaggs and Josh Turner.

The ceremony, which will be held on October 14 in Hendersonville, Tenn., will also include performances by Love & Theft, Joey + Rory, Ralph Stanley and more. For more information, or to purchase tickets, click here.