In 2007 she was nominated for the CCMA for Album of the Year for "Love & Negotiation."
In 2002 she won the CCMA for CMT Video of the Year award for "I Don't Want You To Go"
She won the CCMA for Video of the Year in 2004 for "Simple Life."
She won the CCMA for Chevy Truck Rising Star Award in 2001.
She won the CCMA award for Female artist of the year in 2001 and 2002.
She won the CCMA award for Album of the year in 2001 for "Room With A View", and in 2004 for "Dress Rehearsal."
She won the CCMA award for SOCAN song of the year in 2001 for "Complicated", and in 2004 for "Die Of A Broken Heart."
She won the Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) award for Single of the year in 2001 for "Complicated", 2002 for "I Don't Want You To Go", and in 2004 for "Simple Life."
She won the American Music Award for Favorite Country New Artist in 2003.
She won the ACM award in 2001 for Top New Female Artist.
Her favorite place to visit is Canada and her home.
She won a Juno in 2002 for Best country artist/group.
She was Music Row Magazine's Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year for 2000
Her first #1 as an artist was Georgia
Her first #1 as a songwriter is Single White Female recorded by Chely Wright.
She has written songs for Jo Dee Messina, Linda Davis, Chely Wright, SheDaisy, Pam Tillis, Lila McCann, Suzy Bogguss, Mindy McCready, Kathy Mattea, and Patty Loveless.
She toured with Martina McBride as a backup vocalist/guitarist.
She married her husband Mark, on April 5, 2003.
Some of her musical influences are ABBA, Amy Grant, Patty Loveless, Judds, Matraca Berg, Fleetwood Mac, Randy Travis, Sheryl Crow.
Carolyn (On Michelle Wright's influence):Michelle Wright doesn't know this, but she was a real inspiration to me. I was one of her fan club members, and I was at her show one night at a meet-and-greet when my boyfriend asked her, 'Do you think Carolyn should take singing lessons?' She replied, 'That's a very good thing, but I think you should sing and sing and sing until you find your own voice. Find out what your strengths are and what it is you do best.' From that day on, I took that I can do only what I can do, and I'm going to do the best with what I've got.
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