August 19, 2022
The Alex Leach Band –
All the Way
(Mountain Home) – The Alex Leach Band releases its second disc for the label. Jon Weisberger produced the set. Leach, an East Tennessee native, and his wife, singer Miranda Jo, launched the Alex Leach Band, which includes Kasey Moore (fiddle, guitar, vocals), Zach Russell (guitar, mandolin, vocals), Baker Northern (banjo, mandolin) and JT Coleman (bass). They released their album, "I'm The Happiest When I'm Moving," in 2021.
August 26, 2022
Jim Lauderdale –
(Sky Crunch) – Veteran singer/songwriter Jim Lauderdale releases his 35th album.
Kameron Marlowe –
We Were Cowboys
(Columbia Nashville) – North Carolina native Kameron Marlowe releases his debut CD. Marlowe helped write 12 of the 16 songs. Dann Huff produced 14 of the songs with Brad Hill handling the other two.
August 29, 2022
Ingrid Andress –
(Warner) – Ingrid Andress releases her second full-length disc. The Coloradan had success off her debut with "More Hearts Than Mine." The new disc includes "Wishful Drinkin',"which features Sam Hunt. Andress co-wrote and co-produced all 12 tracks on the release.
September 2, 2022
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen –
September 16, 2022
Mitchell Tenpenny –
This is the Heavy
(River House/Sony Music Nashville) – Mitchell Tenpenny releases a 20-song album, including the single "Truth About You." Tenpenny had a hand in writing every song.
September 23, 2022
Sunny Sweeney –
(Thirty Tigers) – Country singer Sunny Sweeney is out with a dozen new songs. The first single is "Easy As Hello," which she wrote with Lori McKenna and eather Morgan). The song "Married Alone" features Vince Gill. Sweeney collaborated with McKenna on four songs, including "A Song Can't Fix Everything," which features Paul Cauthen.
September 26, 2022
Kelsea Ballerini –
Subject to Change
(Black River) – Kelsea Ballerini releases her fifth studio disc, which includes the songs "Love is a Cowboy" and "Heartfirst."
September 30, 2022
Adam Doleac –
Barstool 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.
November 11, 2022
Randy Houser –
Note to Self
(Magnolia Music) – Randy Houser releases his first album through his own record label.
August 9, 2022
Kelsey Waldon –
No Regular Dog
(Oh Boy) – Kelsey Waldon offers 11 songs on a CD produced by Shooter Jennings (Brandi Carlile, Tanya Tucker) and recorded at Los Angeles' Dave's Room Studio. The release includes "Season's Ending," a tribute to Waldon's mentor John Prine, and "Simple as Love," the first love song she's written. Prine started the Oh Boy record label.
August 5, 2022
Fireside Collective –
Across The Divide
(Mountain Home) – Asheville, N.C.-based band Fireside Collective releases its second album for the label and fourth overall. With Jon Weisberger producing, the group — Jesse Iaquinto, guitarist/singer Joe Cicero, Alex Genova (banjo, vocals), resonator guitarist and vocalist Tommy Maher and Carson White (bass, vocals) — crafted the CD in three sessions over nearly a year.
Dylan Scott –
Livin' My Best Life
(Curb) – Dylan Scott is back with a new CD after releasing a Keith Whitley tribute EP in 2019. Scott has released several songs since then including "New Truck" and "Can't Have Mine (Find You a Girl)."
Travis Denning –
Might As Well Be Me
(Mercury Nashville) – Georgia native Travis Denning, who had success with "After a Few," releases his second EP.
Something Borrowed, Something New: A Tribute to John Anderson
(Easy Eye Sound) – John Anderson gets tributed by Luke Combs, Eric Church, Brothers Osborne, Tyler Childers, Brent Cobb, Sierra Ferrell, Sierra Hull, Jamey Johnson, Ashley McBryde, Del McCoury, John Prine, Nathaniel Rateliff, Sturgill Simpson and Gillian Welch & David Rawlings. Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys produced and is releasing the disc through his label.
July 29, 2022
Amanda Shires –
Take It Like A Man
(ATO) – Fiddle player Amanda Shires is back with another solo album. Shires is a member of The 400 Unit, the backing band of Jason Isbell, who is her husband, and The Highwomen.
Trains, Rivers, & Trails
(Horton) – Oklahoma native and Red Dirt singer Monica Taylor releases her ninth album and third solo album. She's put out three albums as part of the western trio, The Cherokee Maids & Sycamore Swing; three as part of The Farm Couple folk duo and two solo works, "Cimarron Valley Girl" (2006) and "Cotton Shirt" (2009). The new 11-track record is produced by Taylor and her husband and musical partner, Travis Fite.
July 22, 2022
Birds in the Calling
(Old Omens/Thirty Tigers) – John Moreland has been known for his low-fi depressive songs. He adds a bit of beat-making and drum machines to his latest.
July 15, 2022
All in Time
(Organic) – For more than a quarter of a century, Acoustic Syndicate has merged Southern roots music, bluegrass and rock, the group releasees its eighth album and first for Organic. Comprised of three cousins — Steve "Big Daddy" McMurry on guitar and lead vocals, along with brothers Bryon McMurry (banjo, guitar, vocals) and Fitz McMurry (drums, vocals) — and bassist Jay Sanders, the songs include the Grateful Dead's "Bertha," Lou Reed's "Rock and Roll" and Wille Nelson's "Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground" plus originals.
(Warner) – California traditional country singer Zach Bryan didn't take long to follow up his massive 2-CD debut from May. He follows that up with this nine-song EP.
July 1, 2022
From the Ground Up
(Pinecastle) – Multi-award IBMA winner Jim Hurst offers his first release in over seven years. The collection includes 11 new recordings. Darin and Brooke Aldridge provide vocal help on "Weary Old Highway."
June 24, 2022
Calling You From My Mountain
(Rebel) – Peter Rowan celebrates turning 80 with a new disc. Molly Tuttle, Billy STrings and Shawn Camp help out on two tracks.
Luke Combs –
(River House/Columbis) – Luke Combs releases his third album. The disc includes the hit "Doin' This." Miranda Lambert helps out on one track.
June 22, 2022
(Stoney Creek) – Delaware native Jimmie Allen releases his third album. The title is deeply personal to Allen's family ties – Tulip Drive is the name of the street his late grandmother grew up on. His 2018 debut album, "Mercury Lane," was named for the street Allen grew up on; his 2020 and 2021 releases - "Bettie James" and "Bettie James Gold Edition" - were named for his grandmother (Bettie Snead) and father (James "Big Jim" Allen), who passed away in 2014 and 2019, respectively. "Down Home" is the first single from the release.