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Upcoming and Recent CD Releases


April 3, 2020

Ashley McBryde - Never Will (Warner Nashville)
Ashley McBryde releases her sophomore album. "Never Will," produced by Jay Joyce, contains 11 tracks including lead single "One Night Standards." McBryde had a hand in writing nine of the songs.

March 13, 2020

King James Boys - Living On A Promise (Morning Glory Music))
The King James Boys are a band out of South Carolina known for their uplifting music fueled by their vocals, musicianship and gospel message.

February 28, 2020

Kristy Cox - No Headlights (Mountain Home)
Kristy Cox is a bluegrass singer from Australia. Donna Ulisse offers guest vocals on "The One Who Makes You Cry" and Tammy Rogers performs guest vocal duties on "No Headlights."

February 14, 2020

Carly Pearce - Carly Pearce (Big Machine)
Carly Pearce releases her sophomore effort. Her debut yielded the hit "Every Little Thing." Pearce's current single is "I Hope You're Happy Now," penned with Luke Combs and recorded with Lee Brice.

Junior Sisk - Load The Wagon (Mountain Home)
Junior Sisk has been a champion of traditional bluegrass for four decades.

February 7, 2020

The SteelDrivers - Bad for You (Rounder)
The SteelDrivers sport a new lead singer on their third album. Kelvin Damrell, who on a YouTube video by fiddle player Tammy Rogers, is the new lead singer, replacing Gary Nichols. He succeeded Chris Stapleton. Rogers co-wrote 10 of the 11 songs.

The Cadillac Three - Country Fuzz (Big Machine)

Aubrie Sellers - Far From Home (Soundly)
Aubrie Sellers releases her sophomore disc on a new label after debuting on Warner. Sellers co-produced the dozen-song set with her stepfather, Frank Liddell (Miranda Lambert, Brandi Carlile, Jack Ingram), and recorded at Sonic Ranch outside of El Paso, Texas. Songs include "My Love Will Not Change" featuring Steve Earle. Sellers received praise for her debut, "New City Blues."

January 24, 2020

The Lil Smokies - Tornillo (United Interests)
Montana-based bluegrass band The Lil Smokies are out with their third release. The band is comprised of Matt Cornette (banjo), Andy Dunnigan (vocals, dobro), Scott Parker (bass), Matt "Rev" Rieger (guitar, vocals) and Jake Simpson (fiddle, vocals). The 11-song disc was recorded at Sonic Ranch in Tornillo, Texas, with producer-engineer Bill Reynolds (The Avett Brothers, Band of Horses, Midland) .

January 17, 2020

Della Mae - Headlight (Rounder)
Della Mae now consists of the trio Kimber Ludiker, Jenni Lyn Gardner and Celia Woodsmith, who handles lead vocals. The title track was written in response to Dr. Christina Blasey Ford's testimony to the Senate during Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation hearing, and its central message - "They might not believe you, but I do"

Little Big Town - Nightfall (Capitol)
Little Big Town self-produced its new release. "Over Drinking" is the second single from the set after the release of "The Daughters" last April. The song was not promoted to radio. The release contains 13 songs.

Dustin Lynch - Tullahoma (Broken Bow)
Dustin Lynch releases his fourth album. He has six songwriting cuts from Lynch as well as contributions from Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley, Old Dominion's Matt Ramsey and late producer and songwriter busbee.

January 10, 2020

Hawktail - Formations (Padiddle)
Hawktail - Brittany Haas - fiddle (David Rawlings, Crooked Still), Paul Kowert - bass (Punch Brothers), Jordan Tice - guitar (Jordan Tice and Horse County) and Dominick Leslie - mandolin (Phoebe Hunt and The Gatherers) - are out with their second release of acoustic music. The disc, with seven songs, is being released just over a year after their debut "Unless."

Ronnie Dunn - Re-Dunn (LWR)
Ronnie Dunn is out with a 24-song covers album of adozen country classics and another dozen rock radio songs. Tracks include "Amarillo By Morning," "Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress)" and "It Never Rains in Southern California." Dunn also put his stamp on not country songs including "If You Don't Know Me By Now" and "How Long."

December 23, 2019

Glenn Jones - Ready for the Good Times ( Self-released)
Glenn Jones is out with his third solo album.

December 12, 2019

Blake Shelton - Fully Loaded: God's Country (Warner Nashville)
Blake Shelton releases an album of seven previously songs and five new tracks. Among them is the mega-hit "God's Country." Trace Adkins helps out on "Hell Right," and girlfriend Gwen Stefani does the same on "Nobody But You."

November 22, 2019

Jason Aldean - 9 (Broken Bow)
Jason Aldean releases his ninth album with the disc produced by Michael Knox.

November 15, 2019

Lady Antebellum - Ocean (Big Machine)
Lady Antebellum makes its label debut.

David Ball - Thinkin' Problem (Omnivore)
David Ball's "Thinkin' Problem" was released 25 years ago with the title track its biggest hit. the reissue contains all 10 original tracks, including "Look What Followed Me Home" plus eight new unissued bonus tracks.

November 8, 2019

Various Artists - Too Late to Pray: Defiant Chicago Roots (Bloodshot)
Bloodshot Records was launched in 1994 with the release of it's first album, the scene-capturing compilation "For A Life of Sin: Insurgent Chicago Country." For our 25th anniversary, the label is doing the same. A few familiar names are including, such as Robbie Fulks, Freakwater, Kelly Hogan and The Handsome Family.

Wade Bowen - Twelve Twenty-Five (Bowewn Sounds)
Texas singer Wade Bown goes the holiday route on his latest release.

Luke Combs - What You See Is What You Get (River House)
Luke Combs releases his second full-length EP. His 2017 debut, "This Song's for You," was a massive hit. He put out an EP, "The Prequel," in June with all five songs on the second disc. Brooks & Dunn sing on "1, 2 Many."

November 1, 2019

Erin Enderlin - Faulkner County (Blue Slate)
Erin Enderlin is out with her second album. She's had success as a songwriter, writing songs for Reba, Rodney Crowell, Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson ("Monday Morning Church"), Lee Ann Womack ("Last Call"), Randy Travis, and Terri Clark. Jamey Johnson and Jim "Moose" Brown produced the new disc, which contains 14 songs. This was a busy year for Enderlin as she released a series of digital EPs as well.

Stoney LaRue - Onward (One Chord Song)
Red Dirt music veteran Stoney LaRue is out with a dozen-song CD. The record was produced by Gary Nicholson, who also helped co-write 10 of the songs, and recorded the disc at his Nashville studio. The title of the album is based on a 2015 domestic dispute incident involving LaRue. The publicity overshadowed the release of his last album of original material, "Aviator," in 2014.

The Mavericks - Play the Hits (Mono Mundo)
As the name implies, The Mavericks offer a covers album and put their own stamp on the 11 songs, which include "Don't Be Cruel" and Springsteen's "Hungry Heart."

Bob Dylan - Travelin' Thru The Bootleg Series Vol. 15 1967-1969 featuring Johnny Cash (Sony Legacy)
Vol. 15 of the Bootleg series of Bob Dylan features Johnny Cash. The three discs contain 50 tracks over ore than two hours. Discs two and three are the "Johnny Cash Sessions," while the first is "John Wesley Harding" recordings.

The Gospel Plowboys - When The Crops Are Laid By (Mountain Fever)

Miranda Lambert - Wildcard (Vanner/RCA Records Nashville)
Mirana Lambert releases her seventh studio album. She released the songs "It All Comes Out in the Wash," "Locomotive," "Mess with My Head" and "Bluebird" during the summer.

October 25, 2019

Allison Moorer - Blood (Autotelic Records)
Allison Moorer releases a highly personal album on her own label, a companion piece to her memoir about the violent death of her mother at the hands of her father, who committed suicide, in 1986. The album is a song cycle, featuring 10 tracks that directly connect to the people, emotions, trauma and state of mind that are all detailed in the book.

The Oak Ridge Boys - Down Home Christmas (Lightning Rod)
The Oak Ridge Boys offer their eighth holiday disc and third produced by Dave Cobb. The release includes standards such as "Amazing Grace" and "Silent Night" and new material such as "Don't Go Pullin' On Santa Claus Beard" written by Anderson East and "South Alabama Christmas," written by Jamey Johnson. The release was recorded at Nashville's RCA Studio A.

Volume Five - For Those Who Care to Listen (Mountain Fever)

Old Dominion - Old Dominion (RCA Nashville)
Old Dominion releases its third disc. "Never Be Sorry" is the first single from the release. Old Dominion produced an album for the first time along with Shane McAnally.

John Surge and the Haymakers - Your Wonderful Life (Trouble Doll)
LA-based artist John Surge leads his band on its debut. Kevin Jarvis and Surge had a hand in producing all nine tracks.