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January list by Donalee Jacobs
Life Amplified World Tour: Live From WVU
Life Amplified World Tour: Live From WVUbrad paisley

Recorded live in his home town, this CD/DVD collection captures the energy of Paisley's two hour show and features all of his hits as well as his take on John Denver's Country Roads.

All American Texan
All American Texantracy byrd

Tracy Byrd returns after a long hiatus with this independent release of new material including the songs Before I Die and Texas Truck.

It's All In The Family
It's All In The FamilySylvia

Sylvia, know for hits such as Nobody and Tumbleweeds,  returns to country music after nearly a decade and a half with this collection including songs Here Lately and Hope's Too Hard.

Live Dinner Reunion
Live Dinner ReunionRobert earl keen

Robert Earl Keen releases the highly-anticipated new double disc album inspired by his acclaimed No. 2 Live Dinner originally recorded live and once again captured at America's legendary dancehall, John T. Floore's Country Store, in the beautiful hill country of Helotes, Texas.

Coming To A Honky Tonk Near You
Coming To A Honky Tonk Near Youkevin fowler

Texas-based singer-songwriter Kevin Fowler has built an extremely loyal fan base with his blend of country, swing and blues and his latest studio album is no different. It includes the tracks Sellout Song, Texas Forever, and Honky Tonk Near You.

Kane Brown
Kane Brownkane brown

Through social media, Kane Brown has built a robust and devoted fan base of millions. Fresh off of a summer tour with Florida Georgia Line, the rising star releases his full length debut album which includes the autobiographical songs Learning and Granddaddy's Chair.

Latest & Greatest
Latest & Greatestjamie richards

Always a traditionalist, Richards' newest effort is a compilation of songs old and new. Featuring several fan favorites from over the years, the five new songs on the album usher in a new chapter in his storied career. With a plot line that never changes and a setting that is all too familiar, Richards stays true to his country roots by delivering music fit for the honky-tonk crowd.