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Upcoming Country CD Releases


January 13, 2023

Margo PriceStrays (Loma Vista) –

January 27, 2023

Elle KingCome Get Your Wife (RCA) – Elle King goes with a country sound on her CD. King has enjoyed success on duets with Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert.

January 30, 2023

HARDYThe Mockingbird & The Crow (Big Loud) – HARDY is out with his second album with the Mississippi native tackling both country and rock songs on separate sides of the disc.

February 10, 2023

Chase RiceI Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell (Broken Bow) – Chase Rice's sophomore album features 13 songs. The title of the release is comprised of two songs on the album. Rice had a hand in writing all of the songs, including two he penned by himself. The title of the release comes from the names of two songs.

February 17, 2023

Nate SmithNate Smith (Arista Nashville) – Nate Smith releases his debut album. The disc contains 20 songs.


Recent CD Releases


November 18, 2022

Scotty McCreerySame Truck: The Deluxe Album (Triple Tigers) –
Willie NelsonWillie Nelson Live at Budokan (Sony Legacy) – Willie Nelson played Japan for the first time in 1984 in a concert at the fabled Budokan. Previously only out in Japan as a laser disc, this is the first album release of the 27-song set. Willie's harmonica player Mickey Raphael produced the set.

November 11, 2022

Blake SheltonCheers, It's Christmas (Super Deluxe) (Warner Nashville) – Blake Shelton reprises his Christmas album with three new songs - "Up On The House Top," "Holly Jolly Christmas" and "Cheer For The Elves," a previously released Gwen Stefani original track.
Craig MorganGod, Family, Country (Deluxe Edition) (Broken Bow) –
Various ArtistsLive Forever: A Tribute To Billy Joe Shaver (New West Records) –
Randy HouserNote to Self (Magnolia Music) – Randy Houser releases his first album through his own record label.

November 10, 2022

Brantley GilbertSo Help Me God (Valory Music) – Brantley Gilbert offers a 10-song digital release. He had a hand in writing every song. The release features vocals from Jason Aldean, HARDY, Toby Keith and Jelly Roll. The release is digital only.

November 4, 2022

Madeline EdwardsCrashlanded (Warner Nashville) – Madeline Edwards makes her major label debut. Edwards gained notoriety last year during her performance at the CMA Awards with Mickey Guyton and Brittney Spencer.
Russell DickersonRussell Dickerson (Thirty Tigers) –

October 28, 2022

Chosen RoadAppalachian Christmas (Self-released) – Christian group Chosen Road gives an Appalachian/bluegrass spin to Christmas holiday songs.
Lainey WilsonBell Bottom Country (Broken Bow) – Lainey Wilson, who enjoyed tremendous success with her debut, is out with her sophomore effort. The Louisiana native helped write 13 of he 14 songs including the hit "Heart Like a Truck." The lone song she didn't write is a cover of 4 Non-Blondes' rock hit "What's Up (What's Going On)." Her debut included the big hit "Things A Man Oughta Know."
Emily Scott RobinsonBuilt on Bones (Oh Boy) –

October 14, 2022

Pillbox PattiFlorida (Monument/Sony) – Pillbox Patti is the alter ego of successful Nashville songwriter Natalie Hayford. She has penned hits like "One Night Standards" and "Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega" for Ashely McBryde as well as songs for Lainey Wilson, William Michael Morgan and Chrissy Metz. In 2021, she was nominated for ACM and CMA Song Of The Year Awards. After years of writing for other artists, Hayford is finally stepping into the spotlight. Pillbox Patti allows the Florida native to step outside the box.
Sam WilliamsGlasshouse Children: Tilted Crown (Mercury Nashville) – Sam Williams of the famous Williams family is out with his latest release.
Randy Rogers BandHomecoming (Thirty Tigers) – Texas veterans the Randy Rogers Band is out with an 11-song release. The songs were co-written by Rogers with the likes of Parker McCollum, Randy Montana and Jon Randall. The project was produced by Radney Foster, who has previously worked with Randy Rogers Band. Foster produced several of the group's early albums includingR "Rollercoaster" and "Just a Matter of Time." RRB recorded their new album at Dockside Studio in Maurice, La. and Cedar Creek Recording Studio in Austin.
Bailey ZimmermanLeave The Light On (Warner Nashville) – Bailey Zimmerman releases his debut EP, which contains the single "Fall in Love." Zimmerman, 22, was born and raised in the small town of Louisville, Ill. He grew up listening to country radio on long hauls across state lines with his father, who owned a trucking business. At home, his mom was into power chords and '80s hair rock. At the family's car dealership, Zimmerman learned the art of telling stories, listening to his grandfather.
Calista ClarkReal To Me: The Way I Feel (Big Machine) – Calista Clark makes her major label debut with this 10-song release. Produced by Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift, Lionel Richie, Keith Urban, Mickey Guyton), Callista co-wrote all 10 tracks. The Zebulon, Ga. native collaborated with songwriters including Laura Veltz, Emily Shackleton, Liz Rose, Chris DeStefano and Jimmy Robbins.

September 30, 2022

Adam DoleacBarstool Whiskey Wonderland (Sony Music Nashville) – Adam Doleac has put out an EP, and now makes his label debut. The Mississippi native had a hand in writing all 18 songs. "Fake Love" features Danielle Bradbery and was written by HARDY, Ryan Hurd, Maren Morris and Jordan Schmidt.
Tyler ChildersCan I Take My Hounds to Heaven? (Hickman Holler Records/RCA) – Tyler Childers goes the gospel route in a new release. He offers eight gospel songs three different ways - a studio version recorded in two days; a second version with horns and string, and a remixed version.
Ben BurgessTears the Size of Texas (Big Loud) – Ben Burgess, who has enjoyed success writing songs for everybody from Morgan Wallen ("Whiskey Glasses") to Dierks Bentley ("My Country"), steps out on his own for his debut. Burgess, a Dallas-area native, helped write all 10 songs. Joey Moi produced nine of the songs with Jesse Frasure helping out on one and Burgess handling the dials alone on one cut.


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