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April 19, 2024

Elvie ShaneDamascus (Wheelhouse) – Elvie Shane releases his sophomore album. Shane enjoyed a Platinum num,ber one song, "My Boy" on his debut, "Backslider." "Damascus" is said to be a fusion of country, rock, hip-hop and gospel to address issues like addiction, prison reform and mental health.
Wyatt FloresHalf Life (Island) –

April 26, 2024

Charley Crockett$10 Cowboy (Son of Davy/Thirty Tigers) – Charley Crockett wrote the songs to the disc while touring America, turning it into a theme album. This is the follow-up to 2022's "The Man From Waco." Crockett recorded the music in Austin, co-producing with Billy Horton.
MacKenzie Porter Nobody's Born With A Broken Heart (Big Loud) – MacKenzie Porter releases her debut album, which contains 19 songs. Joey Moi produced the disc with Jacob Durrett and David Garcia co-producing the lead-off track.

May 17, 2024

Ruth MoodyWanderer (Blue Muse/True North) – Ruth Moody, a member of Wailin' Jennys, returns with her first solo in more than 10 years.

May 31, 2024

Kameron MarloweKeepin' The Lights On (Columbia) – Kameron Marlowe releases his sophomore album. The 16-track release includes the previously release singles "Quit You," "Strangers (with Ella Langley)" and "Tennessee Don't Mind." Dann Huff produced the North Carolina native.
Willie NelsonThe Border (Sony Legacy) – Willie Nelson releases his 152nd album, which contains 10 songs. Once again Buddy Cannon produced the effort, which includes four songs penned by Nelson and Cannon.

June 7, 2024

Tracy LawrenceOut Here In It EP (Self-released) – Tracy Lawrence is putting out a six-song EP. The title track was rele3ased in February as the first single. Ernest Keith Smith, Rodney Clawson, Jacob Durrett, Wyatt McCubbin, Devin Dawson and Lee Thomas Miller helped wwrite some of the songs.

June 14, 2024

Carly Pearcehummingbird (Big Machine Label Group) – Carly Pearce releases her fourth album.

Recent CD Releases

April 12, 2024

ERNESTNASHVILLE, TENNESSEE (Big Loud) – Nashville-native ERNEST pays homage to his hometown with this 26-song set produced by Joey Moi. Lainey Wilson and Jelly Roll are among those lending help with the latter singing on "I Went to College/I Went to Jail." HARDY sings on a cover of Radiohead's "Creep."

April 5, 2024

Tony RiceChurch Street Blues (Craft) – Tony Rice's "Church Street Blues" first came out in 1983. Now, it is out as a vinyl reissue and debuting in HD-audio. Rice, who passed away in 2020, covers Norman Blake's "Church Street Blues," Tom Paxton's "Last Thing on My Mind" and Bob Dylan's "One More Night."
Zach TopCold Beer & Country Music (Leo33) – Washington native Zach Top goes the very traditional route following in the footsteps of George Strait, Alan Jackson and Keith Whitley on these dozen tracks. Top employs lots of fiddle and pedal steel.
George BirgeCowboy Songs (RECORDS) –
Nate SmithThrough the Smoke EP (Sony Nashville) – Nate Smith releases a seven-song EP. The "World on Fire" singer includes the single "Bullet Proof" in the new release.
Ian MunsickWhite Buffalo: Introduce You To God (Warner Nashville) – Ian Munsick releases an expanded deluxe version of his sophomore album with four new tracks. "White Buffalo" came out in 2023. The new version contains 23 songs.

March 29, 2024

BeyonceCowboy Carter (Columbia) – Beyonce goes country with her new release. She already haa hit with "Texas Hold 'Em," the first sng t ever top the country singles chart by a Black female artist.
Dylan ScottLivin' My Best Life (Still) (Curb) – Dylan Scott goes deluxe with this 26-song set, which includes five new songs. "This Town's Been Too Good To Us," "I'll Be A Bartender" and "Boys Back Home" are also on the release.
The Secret SistersMind, Man, Medicine (New West) – The Secret Sisters - Lydia Slagle and Laura Rogers - are back with their fifth release. Produced by The Secret Sisters, John Paul White and Ben Tanner (St. Paul and the Broken Bones, Lera Lynn) and recorded mainly at Muscle Shoals' FAME Studios, the release contains 11 songs.
Aaron LewisThe Hill (Valory Music) –

March 22, 2024

Kenny ChesneyBorn (Warner Nashville) – Kenny Chesney returns with a 15-song release.
Brothers OsborneBreak Mine EP (EMI Nashville) – Brothers Osborne releases a four-song EP with two songs - the title track and "Get to Movin' Again." The release also includes two previously released songs.
Ted Russell KampCalifornia Son (PoMo) – Ted Russell Kamp, who has played as a sideman for Shooter Jennings, has had a longstanding career of his son. He self-produced the dozen songs.
Cody JinksChange the Game (Late August) –
Wonder Women of CountryWonder Women of Countrry (Self-released) – The trio of Kelly Willis, Melissa Carper and Brennen Leigh offer a six-song EP. The they wrote five of the songs, while also covering John Prine's "I Have Met My Love Today."

March 15, 2024

Armchair BoogieHard Times & Deadlines (Self-released) – Armchair boogie is a Madison, Wisc.-based quartet playing bluegrass, folk and funk. Armchair Boogie is Augie Dougherty on banjo with Ben Majeska acoustic and electric guitars backed by Eli Frieders on electric bass and Denzel Connor on drums. This is the band's fourth album.

March 8, 2024

Luke GrimesLuke Grimes (Mercury Nashville) – Luke Grimes, who has an acting career as well, releases his full-length debut.

February 23, 2024

Corb LundEl Viejo (New West) – Veteran Canadian singer Corb Lund releases his 11th album. The set was produced by Lund and recorded entirely in his living room in Lethbridge, Alberta with his band The Hurtin' Albertans. "El Viejo" is Lund's first album of original material since 2020's "Agricultural Tragic." The title track is a tribute to Lund's friend, the late Canadian singer Ian Tyson.

February 16, 2024

RedferrinOld No. 7 (Warner Nashville) – Redferrin - that's the singer's last name - releases his debut EP. The Tennessee native co-wrote and co-produced all seven songs. Redferrin has enjoyed success as a songwriter, co-writing tracks for Florida Georgia Line such as "Lil Bit" (featuring Nelly), "New Truck" and "Countryside," plus a record-breaking Canadian number one "Can't Help Myself" by Dean Brody & The Reklaws.

February 15, 2024

Eric Brace & Thomm JutzSimple Motion (Red Beet) – Eric Brace and Thomm Jutz release their first album together since the passing of Peter Cooper, with whom they recorded. Brace and Jutz, who are based in Nashville, take a folk-oriented approach to the music.

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