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Upcoming Country CD Releases

September 29, 2023

Riley GreenAin't My Last Rodeo (Big Machine Label Group) – Riley Green releases his second-full length effort for the label. The 12 songs includes a cover of Tim McGraw's "Damn Country Music" and single "Different 'Round Here (featuring Luke Combs)."
Boy Named BanjoDusk (Mercury Nashville) – Boy Named Banjo makes its major label debut. The lead single from the quartet is "Lonely in This Town."
Dustin LynchKilled the Cowboy (Broken Bow) – Dustin Lynch releases his sixth studio album, which includes a dozens songs. The song "Chevrolet" features label mate Jelly Roll. Zach Crowell produced or co-produced every song.

October 6, 2023

Darius RuckerCarolyn's Boy (Capitol Nashville) – Darius Rucker is out with his first album in six years. Rucker named the disc after his mother. Rucker helped write 11 of the 14 songs.

October 27, 2023

The Cadillac ThreeThe Years Go Fast (Big Machine Label Group) – The Cadillac Three releases its sixth studio album. "Young and Hungry" is the first single from the country fuzz trio of Jaren Johnston, Kelby Ray and Neil Mason.

November 3, 2023

Jason AldeanHighway Desperado (Broken Bow) – Jason Aldean will release his 11th studio album. The disc includes the controversial "Try That in a Small Town."

November 5, 2023

Chris StapletonHigher (Mercury Nashville) –

November 23, 2023

Cody JohnsonLeather (Warner Nashville) –

January 26, 2024

Charles EstenLove Ain't Pretty (Self-released) – Charles Esten, who was in the TV show, "Nashville," will release his debut album

Recent CD Releases

September 22, 2023

Charles Wesley GodwinFamily Ties (Big Loud) – West Virginia singer Charles Wesley Godwin releases his third release and first for Big Loud. The disc, produced by his guitarist, Al Torrence, contains 19 songs including "Take Me Home Country Roads," which he often plays in concert. Many of the songs concern his family.
ParmaleeFor You 2 (Stoney Creek) – Parmalee, the North Carolina quartet, releases the deluxe version of "For You," which came out two years ago. The release includes current single "Girl In Mine" and two number one country hits, including the double-Platinum "Just The Way," featuring Blanco Brown, and the Platinum-certified "Take My Name," which was Billboard's Most Played Country Song of 2022.
Buddy and Julie MillerIn The Throes (New West) – Buddy and Julie Miller have been married for more than 40 years, but this is only their fourth album together. Buddy produced the 13-song set, which includes Emmylou Harris, Regina McCrary, Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams, Gurf Morlix, and Matt Slocum of Sixpence None the Richer. The Millers have also released albums on their own.

September 15, 2023

Willie NelsonBluegrass (Sony Legacy) – Willie Nelson refuses to slow down. At 90, Nelson will release his second album this year. "Bluegrass" contains a dozen songs with Nelson giving a bluegrass bent to songs he has previously recorded including "Good Hearted Woman" and "On the Road Again."
Brothers OsborneBrothers Osborne (EMI Nashville) – Brothers Osborne releases their fourth album. The 11 songs include the single "Nobody's Nobody." The brothers went with producer Mike Elizondo, who has worked with everyone from Lake Street Dive to Joy Oladokun to Lauren Daigle, for this effort.
Travis TrittCountry Chapel (Gaither Music Group) – Travis Tritt releases his first-ever gospel project. The release, produced by Dave Cobb, includes 10 songs, three of which were penned by Tritt. He also covers Robert Johnson's "Nobody's Fault But Mine."
Tyler BoothKeep It Real (Sony Nashville) – Kentucky country singer Tyler Booth releases a six-song EP. This is Booth's third EP, having released "Grab the Reins" in 2021 and a self-titled disc in 2017.
Colby AcuffWestern White Pines (Sony Music Nashville) – Traditional country singer Colby Acuff goes deluxe on an album he released in June. The deluxe veresion will feature six new songs and was produced by Eddie Spear (Zach Bryan, Cody Jinks).

September 8, 2023

Steep Canyon RangersMorning Shift (Self-released) – Steep Canyon Rangers release their 14th album. The disc was produced by Darrell Scott. This marks the band's first album with new band member Aaron Burdett on guitar and vocals. Steep Canyon Rangers also include Graham Sharp on banjo and vocals, Mike Guggino on mandolin/mandola and vocals, Nicky Sanders on fiddle and vocals, Mike Ashworth on drums, Dobro, guitar and vocals, and Barrett Smith on bass, guitar, and vocals.
Austin SnellMuddy Water Rockstar (Warner Nashville) – Austin Snell makes it label debut with this EP.

August 25, 2023

Turnpike TroubadoursCat in the Rain (Bossier City) – Turnpike Troubadours return with their first release sicne 2017's "A Long Way from Your Heart." Shooter Jennings produced the new set. The line-up remains intact for the Oklahoma band.
Old Crow Medicine ShowJubilee (ATO) – Old Crow Medicine Show's eighth studio album features appearances from Mavis Staples and singer/songwriter Sierra Ferrell. Former member Willie Watson also helps out.
Morgan WadePsychopath (Sony Music Nashville) – Morgan Wade releases her sophomore effort, which contains 13 songs. Sadler Vaden, the guitarist for Jason Isbell's 400 Unit, produced the set. Wade did well with her 2021 debut, "Reckless," which yielded the hit "Wilder Days."
Tim McGrawStanding Room Only (Big Machine Label Group) – Tim McGraw releases his first album since 2020's "Here on Earth." The first single from the release is "Hey Whiskey." The disc contains 13 tracks and was produced by McGraw and his longtime producing partner Byron Gallimore. Lori McKenna helped write two of the songs and is featured on "Nashville CA/L.A. Tennessee."
Zach BryanZach. Bryan (Warner) – Zach Bryan surprises with a new album with very little fanfare. Bryan employs help from Kacey Musgraves, The Lumineers, The War and Treaty and Sierra Ferrell for help.

August 18, 2023

John RichThe Country Truth (Self-released) – John Rich gets very political on this 10-song release. Rich is known for espousing right wing views. He gets help from The Oak Ridge Boys among others on this release.

August 4, 2023

Brett YoungAcross the Sheets (Big Machine Label Group) – Brett Young releases his fourth studio album, an eight-song EP. Young covered Tim McGraw's hit "Don't Take the Girl," a song that led to Young pursuing country music. Young helped write the seven other songs including a remake of "You Ain't Here to Kiss Me" from his debut release.

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