Adam Hood, “Somewhere In Between”
Colter Wall, “Songs of the Plains”
The Steve Bartel Band, “Bailey Street”
Tracy Lawrence, “Frozen In Time”
The Wooks, “Glory Bound”
Stephanie Ryann, s/t
Jimmie Allen, “Mercury Lane”
Teresa Neal, “Blue Moon Light”
Morgan Evans, “Things That We Drink To”
John Hiatt, “The Eclipse Sessions”
Josh Oldaker, “Country Revival”
“Volunteer Jam XX: A Tribute To Charlie Daniels”
Quickdraw Homegrown Music, “Without You”
The Bottle Rockets, “Bit Logic”
Shelby Neubauer, “EXP”
Hilary Scott,”Don’t Call Me Angel”
The Watson Twins, “Duo”
Desi & Cody, “Yes, This Is Killing Us”
Jim Rosenberg, “The Cold Hard Truth”
The Lost Trailers, “Between Stages”
Dutch country artist Dick Van Altena released the album “Lonely Hearts” Last week, but I just found it.
In other news, country music is apparently catching on in China: 4th most popular genre
Kane Brown, Carrie Underwood, and Florida Georgia Line were the big country winners at the American Music Awards, which I did not watch. It’s worth noting from the article that Carrie Underwood performed “Spinning Bottles,” one of my favorites from her album. I’ll also give Kane Brown credit for honoring our military: Homesick.
Speaking of awards, this weekend is the award show for the Pro Cowboy Country Artist Association. If you’re a fan of western music like Colter Wall’s current album, then check out these artists, too.