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December 4, 2020

Russell DickersonSouthern Symphony (Triple Tigers) – Russell Dickerson releases his sophomore effort after his debut yielded three number one singles, including "Yours," "Blue Tacoma" and "Every Little Thing." The first single from the new set is "Love You Like I Used To."

January 22, 2021

Justin MosesFall Like Rain (Mountain Fever) – Beginning his musical journey at six, Justin Moses has toured with bands such as Blue Moon Rising, NewFound Road, Band of Ruhks, The Dan Tyminski Band and Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder. The third single from his new album is "Taxland" featuring Sierra Hull, who also happens to be his wife. The first was "Fall Like Rain.' The second was "Between The Lightening and The Thunder" featuring Dan Tyminski.

February 5, 2021

Uncle Walt's BandRecorded Live at Waterloo Ice House (Omnivore) – Uncle Walt's Band, which consisted of Walter Hyatt, Champ Hood and David Ball, originally put out 15 songs in a private pressing of a live disc recorded in Austin four decades ago. Now, the disc is being release with 21 songs.

March 26, 2021

Amanda CookNarrowing the Gap (Mountain Fever) –


Recent CD Releases


November 27, 2020

Granger SmithCountry Things Vol. 2 (Wheelhouse) – Granger Smith releases his second disc since September.

November 20, 2020

Ward DavisBlack Cats and Crows (Thirty Tigers) – Arkansas native has enjoyed some success as a songwriter with Trace Adkins and Willie and Merle Haggard recording his material. He also wrote songs with Cody Jinks for his album and opened for Jinks as well. Jim"Moose" Brown produced the set.
Tim MontanaCars on Blocks EP (Music Knox Records/BBR Music Group) – Tim Montana makes his debut for the label with this four-song EP. Montana, who stars in "Tim Montana's Wild Side" on Velocity Outdoor Channel, had a hand in writing all four songs.
The Steel WheelsEveryone A Song, Vol. 1. (Self-released) – Bluegrass band The Steel Wheels put out a nine-song release inspired by the stories of their fans. The project became a way for fans to commission works and send musical greetings to their loved ones. Lead vocalist Trent Wagler set the personal stories of fans to song and verse.
Garth BrooksFun (Pearl) – Garth Brooks is having some "Fun" with this 15-track (well maybe 14 as track 13 is only four seconds) CD. Among the songs is "Dive Bar" with Blake Shelton and "Where the Cross Don't Burn" featuring Black Country Musical Hall of Fame singer Charley Pride. Brooks also turns in his take on "Shallow" with Trisha Yearwood.
Lee BriceHey World (Curb) – Lee Brice is back with a disc containing "One of Them Girls," the follow-up to his number one hit with Carly Pearce on "I Hope You're Happy Now." The set contains 15 songs.
Tim McGrawMcGraw Machine Hits: 2013-2019 (Big Machine) – Tim McGraw offers a retrospective of his recent releases on Big Machine. This was during his first stint with the label, which he joined after a long career on Curb.
The Sharp FlatpickersSundrops On The Water – Reflections (Mountain Fever) – Bluegrasser Leo Kotlick releases his sophomore project, which he recorded at Jake Stargel's Starlight Studio and K&F O'Connor Studio in Nashville. The band includes Gaven Largent on resophonic guitar, Bryan McDowell on fiddle, Geoff Saunders on bass, Jake Stargel on guitar, Cory Walker on banjo, and Jarrod Walker on mandolin. Guest vocalists were Claire Lynch, Ronnie Bowman, Mallory Eagle, Forrest O'Connor and Kate Lee O'Connor. Mark Schatz also plays bass on some cuts.
Garth BrooksTriple Live Deluxe (Pearl) – Garth Brooks offers an enhanced version of his "Triple Live" set. The three-disc release contains 30 songs. The album covers the 3-1/2-year Garth Brooks World Tour with Trisha Yearwood and also now includes tracks from the Stadium Tour.

November 13, 2020

Gillian WelchBoots No. 2: The Lost Songs, Vol. 3 (Acony) – Gillian Welch and partner David Rawlings are out with the third and final batch of songs of newly unearthed home demos and reel-to-reel recordings from their vault. The release consists of 17 songs.
Easton CorbinDidn't Miss a Beat EP (Honkytonk) – Easton Corbin is out with his first release in five years. Corbin is putting out an EP, featuring the title track as the single. Corbin has enjoyed hits with "A Little More Country Than That" and "Roll with It" from his 2010 debut. His last release, "About to Get Real," came out in 2015.
Chris StapletonStartin' Over (Mercury Nashville) – Chris Stapleton returns with a 14-song set of blues-based material. He recorded the disc mainly at Nashville's historic RCA Studio A with additional work done at Muscle Shoals Sound and Compass Sound Studio). Produced by Dave Cobb (who also plays acoustic guitar), the record features his wife, Morgane Stapleton (vocals, tambourine), with longtime bandmates J.T. Cure (bass) and Derek Mixon (drums). Special guests include Mike Campbell of the Heartbreakers (electric guitar), Benmont Tench of the Heartbreakers (Hammond B3 organ) and Paul Franklin (pedal steel) as well as the All Voices Choir who are featured on "Watch You Burn," written by Stapleton and Campbell.
Josh Abbott BandThe Highway Kind (Self-released) –
The Sensational Country Blues Wonders!The World Will Break Your Heart (Self-released) – Gary Van Miert may be from New Jersey, but the singer is a throwback traditional country singer. This is his first album of original material, having released a covers disc in 2012.

October 30, 2020

WynonnaRecollections (Anti-) – Wynonna is on a new label with this EP.
CamThe Otherside (Triple Tigers/RCA Records) – Cam releases her second album.

October 23, 2020

Mitchell TenpennyNeon Christmas EP (Sony Nashville) – Mitchell Tenpenny releases a seven-song EP for the holidays. The set includes "Let It Snow," "O Holy Night" and "Joy to the World" along with the title track and "The Naughty List."
Terry McBrideRebels & Angels (Self-released) – Terry McBride, who was part of McBride and the Ride, releases his second solo disc.
Maddie & TaeWe Need Christmas (Mercury Nashville) – Maddie & Tae offer a Christmas EP, their second release this year. The mixes the spiritual and the secular, including their take on the Darlene Love hit "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)."
Luke CombsWhat You See Ain't Always What You Get (River House) – Luke Combs goes the deluxe version again with "What You See Is What You Get," his second album. The extended edition will feature all 18 songs from "What You See Is What You Get" plus five new tracks. Combs also went deluxe with his debut full-length disc, "This One's For You."

October 16, 2020

Trace AdkinsAin't That Kind of Cowboy (Verge) – Veteran Trace Adkins releases an EP with a new label. The follow-up to 2017's "Something's Going On," Adkins went into the studio with producer Bart Butler, cutting six tracks including recently released "Mind on Fishin'" and "Better Off."
Steep Canyon RangersArm in Arm (Yep Roc) – Steep Canyon Rangers recorded "Arm in Arm" several days at Southern Ground Studios in Nashville, which marked the first time the band recorded outside North Carolina.
Parker McCollumHollywood Gold (Universal Nashville) – Parker McCollum releases his first EP for Warner after putting out EPs and songs in his native Texas. The disc is a bit more mainstream than his Red Dirt sound.
William Elliott WhitmoreI'm With You (Bloodshot) – Iowa native William Elliott Whitmore is out with his eighth solo disc and second for Bloodshot Records. Whitmore explores country, folk and the blues on the nine-song release.
Tanya TuckerLive from the Troubadour (Fantasy) – Tanya Tucker releases the live album on the one-year anniversary of her standing-room only set from the famed LA club. At the time, Tucker was in the midst of resurgent visibility and acclaim generated by her Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings produced album "While I'm Livin'," released two months earlier. "Live From The Troubadour" features 15 songs including Tucker's first single "Delta Dawn" and country hits such as "Strong Enough To Bend," "What's Your Mama's Name, Child," "Blood Red and Goin' Down" and "Would You Lay with Me (In a Field of Stone)." The set also includes a medley of Bruce Springsteen's "I'm on Fire" and Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire," along with six songs from "While I'm Livin'" including "Mustang Ridge," "The Wheels of Laredo," "Hard Luck" and "Bring My Flowers Now."
David Adam ByrnesNeon Town (Self-released) – Texas artist David Adam Byrnes is out with a 10-song disc. Trent Willmon wrote two of the songs.
Runaway JuneWhen I Think About Christmas EP (Wheelhouse) – The trio Runaway June will be out with a five-track EP, featuring three Christmas classics and two Runaway June Christmas originals. The new tunes are "Christmas On The Radio" and "When I Think About Christmas." This is the first EP/CD release for the trio since Natalie Stovall joined the band in May the day after the departure of Hannah Mulholland.

October 9, 2020

Brothers OsborneSkeletons (EMI Nashville) – John and TJ Osborne teamed up with longtime producer Jay Joyce and co-wrote every track along with frequent collaborators Lee Miller, Craig Wiseman, Natalie Hemby and Casey Beathard.

October 2, 2020

Dolly PartonA Holly Dolly Christmas (Butterfly) – Dolly Parton goes the Xmas route. The set features guest performances by Michael Buble, Jimmy Fallon, Willie Nelson, Billy Ray Cyrus, Miley Cyrus, and Randy Parton.
Brent CobbKeep 'Em On They Toes (Ol' Buddy Records/Thirty Tigers) – Georgia singer Brent Cobb releases his third CD, a 10-song effort produced by Brad Cook (Waxahatchie, Bon Iver, Hiss Golden Messenger). The new album release follows 2018's "Providence Canyon" and 2016's "Shine On Rainy Day."
Ingrid AndressLady Like (Deluxe) (Warner Nashville) – Ingrid Andress adds three new tracks to the CD she released in March. The 13-song version features Andress' newest original song, "Feeling Things," a collaboration with Little Big Town on "More Hearts Than Mine" and a cover of "Boys" which Andress originally co-wrote for Charli XCX. Andress has enjoyed success with the title track and "The Stranger."
Brandon FulsonRoaring Twenty (Self-released) – Tennessee-based singer Brandon Fulson is out with an 11-song disc.


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