(CBS Music Staff) – She may only have six years in the spotlight behind her, but Carrie Underwood is an old hand at the Grammys. Her latest nomination is for “Temporary Home” in the Best Female Country Vocal Performance category.
Since winning Best New Artist in 2006, Underwood has garnered a whole host of nominations and five wins – including Best Female Country Vocal Performance three times in a row. With such a strong start, it’s not surprising that “Temporary Home” isn’t yet in her top ten tracks on Last.fm – but its Recent Trend shows a solid following.
Previous winner “Before He Cheats” is her most popular track with 1,003,245 scrobbles from 173,978 listeners, winning both Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song in 2008. Her list of accolades may be lengthy, but this year’s nomination is likely to mean a lot to Underwood: it’s the first time she’s been nominated for a song she’s co-written.