Reigning ACM Group of the Year Old Dominion earned 5 nominations for the upcoming 2020 ACM Awards, including their fifth nod for the Group of the Year category. Nominations for the band include Single of the Year for their hit “One Man Band,” as both the artist and as producers alongside longtime collaborator Shane McAnally, Song of the Year, where Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen and Brad Tursi each received individual nominations as songwriters in addition and Video of the Year. Collectively, the band leads nominations for the upcoming show, with 8 total.
Lead singer Matthew Ramsey said on the nominations, “Wow! We are really feeling the love! The guys and I are beyond proud to be recognized in such a major way for this year’s ACMs. This feels like an exciting and whole new level for us.”
The news comes on the heels of the band’s release of their newest single “Some People Do” off their third self-titled album and the accolades don’t stop there. Their No. 1 hit single, “One Man Band” has been certified Platinum by the RIAA. With over 271 million on-demand streams, this marks the band’s 8th consecutive No. 1 and biggest song to date. They recently performed it on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” HERE . In addition, they also received certifications for 5 of their other songs: “Written in the Sand” (2x Platinum), “Break Up With Him” (2x Platinum), “Hotel Key” (Platinum), “Make It Sweet” (Gold) and “Nowhere Fast” (Gold).
Old Dominion will continue their We Are Old Dominion tour with a U.S. leg including 13 cities and support from Dustin Lynch and Carly Pearce. This summer, the band is also set to join Kenny Chesney on his Chillaxification 2020 stadium tour which will see them hitting stadiums across the nation as well as performances at several fairs and festivals. Click HERE for more info.