October 27, 2023
Merry Christmas from Jon Pardi
(Capitol Nashville) – Jon Pardi releases his first holiday album with almost all of the songs being secular.
(Self-released) – Old California releases its sixth album in its 16-year history. The band incorporates a variety of styles including country and The Beatles.
The Cadillac Three –
The 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.
(Interscope) – Flatland Cavalry, a Lubbock, Texas/Nashville country band, make their major label debut.
October 13, 2023
Riley Green –
Ain'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)."
Charlie Worsham –
(Warner Nashville) – Charlie Worsham, who has gained acclaim for his instrumental prowess, released "Compadres" on Warner Music Nashville. Dierks Bentley, Luke Combs, Elle King, Kip Moore and Lainey Wilson all help out on the five-song EP.
Nicole Galyon –
(Songs & Daughters/Big Loud) – Nicolle Galyon, better known as a songwriter, put out a six-song EP. Married to fellow hit songwriter Rodney Clawson (George Strait, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney) the surprise EP came on their 16th wedding anniversary. The EP resulted from a collaborative effort between Galyon and Clawson over a long weekend at their farm just outside of Nashville.
Margo Price –
(Loma Vista) – Margo Price releases an expanded version of her January album, "Strays." The new disc contains nine additional songs.
October 6, 2023
(Telingua Springs Records) – John Baumann, a member of The Panhandlers with Josh Abbott, William Clark Green and Cleto Cordero of Flatland Cavalry, releases his fourth solo disc.
Darius Rucker –
(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.
(Billy Jam) – Kentucky native Alex Miller releases a five-song EP that focuses on the more traditional side of country.
John Morgan –
(Broken Bow) – John Morgan releases his debut EP, containing six songs. Morgan had a hand in writing all of them. Six different people helped produce the set including Jason Aldean. Morgan, a North Carolina native, has had eight songs cut by Aldean.