Who Won 39th Annual ACM Awards?

Toby Keith at the 2004 ACM Awards
Date: 
May 26, 2004

Toby Keith was the big winner at the 39th annual Academy of Country Music Awards. He took four awards including Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist, Album of the Year ("Shock 'N Y'all") and Video of the Year ("Beer For My Horses").

ACM Entertainer of the Year
Toby Keith 
Other Nominees: Alan Jackson; Brooks & Dunn; Kenny Chesney; Tim McGraw
ACM Top Female Vocalist
Martina McBride 
Other Nominees: Patty Loveless; Sara Evans; Shania Twain; Terri Clark
ACM Top Male Vocalist
Toby Keith 
Other Nominees: Alan Jackson; Keith Urban; Kenny Chesney; Tim McGraw
ACM Top Vocal Duo
Brooks & Dunn 
ACM Top Vocal Group
Rascal Flatts 
Other Nominees: Alabama; Diamond Rio; Lonestar; Trick Pony
ACM Top New Artist
Dierks Bentley 
ACM Album of the Year
Toby Keith (Shock'n Y'all) 
Other Nominees: George Strait (Honkytonkville); Martina McBride (Martina); Mud On the Tires (Brad Paisley); Brooks & Dunn (Red Dirt Road)
ACM Single of the Year
Alan Jackson (It's Five O'Clock Somewhere) 
Jimmy Buffett
Other Nominees: Randy Travis (Three Wooden Crosses); Alan Jackson (Remember When); Brooks & Dunn (Red Dirt Road); Toby Keith (American Soldier)
ACM Song of the Year
Randy Travis (Three Wooden Crosses) 
Douglas Johnson; Kim Williams
Other Nominees: It's Five O'Clock Somewhere (Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett); Red Dirt Road (Brooks & Dunn); Remember When (Alan Jackson); There Goes My Life (Kenny Chesney)
ACM Video of the Year
Toby Keith (Beer For My Horses) 
Willie Nelson
Other Nominees: Brad Paisley (Celebrity); Martina McBride (Concrete Angel); Johnny Cash (Hurt); Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffet (It's Five O'Clock Somewhere)
ACM Vocal Event of the Year
Alan Jackson (It's Five O'Clock Somewhere) 
Jimmy Buffett