October 14, 2022
Randy Rogers Band –
(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.
November 11, 2022
Randy Houser –
Note to Self
(Magnolia Music) – Randy Houser releases his first album through his own record label.
November 18, 2022
Willie Nelson –
Willie 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.
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.
Ben Burgess –
Tears 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.
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.
Kelsea Ballerini –
Subject to Change
(Black River) – Kelsea Ballerini releases her fifth studio disc, which includes the songs "Love is a Cowboy" and "Heartfirst." Ballerini also helped produce the music.
September 16, 2022
Drew Baldridge –
(Patoka Records/Riser House) – Drew Baldridge releases his second album, containing 11 songs. Harper Grace helps out on "Lost in Love."
Little Big Town –
(Capitol Nashville) – Little Big Town releases its 10th album. The first single is "Hell Yeah."
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 15, 2022
Drake Milligan –
Dallas/ Fort Worth
(Stoney Creek) – Drake Milligan releases his full-length debut disc. He previously released an EP. Milligan performs on "America's Got Talent."
September 9, 2022
Laura Benitez and the Heartache
(Copperhead) – California country singer Laura Benitez and her band The Heartache are out with their third release with Benitez also having a solo disc. Benitez expands her musical landscape here on an album where she also gets more personal.
(Atlantic) – New Jersey-born, Georgetown-educated BRELAND releases his debut album. The singer, who had a hand in writing all 14 songs, has gained attention for songs he performed with Thomas Rhett ("Praise the Lord") and Keith Urban ("Throw It Back"). Mickey Guyton collaborates with BELAND on the title track.
(Sony Music Nashville) – Kane Brown releases his third album. The 17-song disc includes his current hit single "Like I Love Country Music," his co-produced track, "Whiskey Sour," his chart topping hit, "One Mississippi," "Leave You Alone" and the new single, "Grand."
September 2, 2022
Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen –
Mr. Saturday Night
(Capitol Nashville) – Jon Pardi releases his fourth studio album, which contains 11 songs. Among them is the number one hit "Last Night Lonely." "Longneck Way To Go" features Midland.
August 26, 2022
Kendal Marvel –
Come On Sunshine
Jim Lauderdale –
(Sky Crunch) – Veteran singer/songwriter Jim Lauderdale releases his 35th album.
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.
Alexander Ludwig –
(BBR Music Group/BMG) – Actor Alexander Ludwig makes his full-length debut for the label with a 16-song release. This is the follow up to Ludwig's 2021 self-titled EP and career-launching 2020 single "Let Me Be Your Whiskey." "Highway 99" was produced by Kurt Allison and Tully Kennedy, longtime members of Jason Aldean's band.
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.
What I Get For Loving You
(Sony Music Nashville) – Australian duo Seaforth releases a seven-song EP.
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.
Tyler Hubbard –
Dancin' In The Country
(EMI Nashville) – Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard makes his solo debut as FGL is going on hiatus.
August 12, 2022
Frank Ray –
(Stoney Creek) – Frank Ray, a former policeman, releases his first disc for the label.
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.