A sprawling celebration of the Texan's 20 years in the country music business that reflects his restless, wandering spirit.
Charley Crockett faces his mortality with wit, warmth, and a cracking set of original songs.
A modest yet deeply felt album that showcases Jinks' strengths as a singer and songwriter.
Cody Johnson makes the leap to the majors with a casually assured, proudly traditional record.
The Texan troubadour is revitalized by his new home of Memphis, Tennessee.
A lush throwback to the pastoral progressive country sounds of the early 1970s.
The bro-country superstars score with a successful blend of urban pop and redneck country.
Strait shines on this easygoing album of deliberately nostalgic country.
An expert evocation of George Jones' classic '60s recordings for Musicor.
The Alabama-based singer/songwriter and producer pairs his trademark rural Americana with the classic countrypolitan sound.
On his third album, the traditionalist country singer slyly updates old-fashioned sounds.
Waldon's debut for John Prine's Oh Boy Records feels like the arrival of a major singer/songwriter.
An invigorating debut that splits the difference between dusty Americana and bold mainstream pop.
Luke Combs doubles down on his straight-ahead '90s country revival.
The country singer blurs genre boundaries on this ambitious, empowering sophomore set.
An idiosyncratically dark, evocative sound puts a fresh spin on this country artist's fine songs and vocals.
The Austin band headed to Abbey Road to record this lush collection of neon-lit saloon songs.
On their eponymous third album, Old Dominion ease into a collection of songs designed for romance and relaxation.
Randy Houser shakes thing up with an earthy, loosely autobiographical song cycle.
With the help of producer Dave Cobb, the Randy Rogers Band settle into a comfortable middle age.
Reba McEntire returns to her hard country roots with this sharp, nuanced album.
With a cast of fellow Texans, the Houston native pays wry, affectionate tribute to the Lone Star State.
Assisted by Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings, Tanya Tucker makes a mighty comeback.
The supergroup of Brandi Carlile, Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, and Natalie Hemby make a vivid, vital debut.
The eclectic retro-roots act covers 11 well-known songs and gives each a fresh personality of its own.
Facing his thirties, the country-pop songwriter gets nostalgic and quietly adventurous.
On his second album, Tyler Childers sharpens his attack and broadens his horizons.
In the fifth decade of his career, the Oklahoma-born country music standard bearer delivers the album he couldn't have made until now.