SASKATOON - Toronto-bred crooner Johnny Reid and British Columbia's Dean Brody might need to make more space on their mantels.
Of course that depends on who lasso's more hardware at the Canadian Country Music Association Awards tonight.
Reid is leading with eight nominations and Brody is next with seven, but they'll face tough competition from Alberta's Gord Bamford who nabbed six nominations.
All three will compete for the fans' choice award, single of the year, songwriter of the year and male artist of the year.
Reid and Brody are also in the running for album of the year, where they'll compete against Doc Walker, Paul Brandt and Terri Clark.
Clark is also up for female artist of the year, competing against Victoria Banks, Carolyn Dawn Johnson, Tara Oram and Michelle Wright.
The awards will be handed at Saskatoon's Credit Union Centre and broadcast on CBC-TV.