Alan Jackson

Where Have You Gone

The veteran country singer plays to his old-fashioned strengths on this hefty but cozy double album.

Ashley Monroe


A stylized, spacy excursion into electronically glazed pop.

Billy Strings


A satisfying sequel to Billy Strings' Grammy-winning Home.

Carly Pearce

29: Written in Stone

Carly Pearce gets personal on her third album, made in collaboration with producers Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne.

Cody Johnson

Human: The Double Album

A sturdy set of unfussy traditional country.

Connie Smith

The Cry of the Heart

A terrific old-fashioned country album anchored by a new song by Dallas Frazier.

Eric Church


The first installment in a trilogy captures Eric Church's sensitive side and sturdy craftsmanship.

Eric Church


The third installment of Eric Church's triple-LP Heart & Soul is a relaxed good time.

Esther Rose

How Many Times

The retro-country specialist's third album brings in an outside producer for the first time to burnish a full set of spunky, heartbroken earworms.

Hayes Carll

You Get It All

The songwriter's regular-guy wit and wisdom connect on an album that does everything it needs to do just right.

Jack Ingram / Miranda Lambert / Jon Randall

The Marfa Tapes

The trio of Texas troubadours capture the spare, dusty beauty of West Texas on this rough-hewn gem.

Jim Lauderdale


The great singer and songwriter gets philosophical, offering a message of encouragement along with some great tunes.

Old Dominion

Time, Tequila & Therapy

A breezy and clever collection of adult contemporary country-pop.

Pistol Annies

Hell of a Holiday

A lively, spirited, and soulful seasonal album largely comprised of original tunes.

The Felice Brothers

From Dreams to Dust

A wobbly, eccentric, ultimately satisfying album that lifts the weight of the world with unexpected agility.

The Flatlanders

Treasure of Love

The all-star Texas singer/songwriter trio gets together to sing some favorite songs and have a splendid time doing it.

Toby Keith

Peso in My Pocket

A boisterous return to form from the veteran country singer.

Willie Nelson

That's Life

Willie Nelson keeps things nice and easy on his second Frank Sinatra tribute.

Willie Nelson

The Willie Nelson Family

A relaxed, casual collection of spiritual numbers performed by Willie Nelson and his kin.

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