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July list by Donalee Jacobs
American Grandstand
American Grandstandrhonda vincent & daryle singletary

Bluegrass icon Rhonda Vincent joins with Daryle Singletary for this collection of traditional country including After The Fire Is Gone and Lousiana Woman Mississippi Man.

Love Ain't Love
Love Ain't Loveyonder mountain string band

For almost two decades, Yonder Mountain String band has been pushing on, and expanding, the boundaries of bluegrass music. Their latest combines refined songwriting with a dynamic performance style.

Music In My Heart
Music In My Heartcharley pride

Country music legend Charley Pride adds a new chapter to his over five-decade-long career with this first new studio album in six years which includes All By My Lonesome and The Way It Was In '51.

So You Wannabe An Outlaw
So You Wannabe An Outlawsteve earle & the dukes

On his first album for Warner Bros. Records since 1997’s El Corazón, Steve Earle explores his country songwriting roots and pays homage to both outlaw music and the late Waylon Jennings. The album features collaborations with Willie Nelson, Johnny Bush and Miranda Lambert. 

Colter Wall
Colter WallColter wall

A native of Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada, Wall's sound comprises resonant and raw baritone vocals, folk and bluegrass-style guitar and banjo picking, steady kick-drum stomping, and visually provoking, storytelling lyrics.


After finding success with their debut album, 2013's Feels Like Carolina, Parmalee returns with a new album that showcases their country rock sound. The first single is Sunday Morning. 

Wordssara evans

ACM and CMA Award winner Sara Evans continues to forge a bold, creative path with the release of her highly anticipated eighth studio album. Includes the tracks Long Way Down, Diving in Deep and Letting You Go. 

London Southern
London Southernjim lauderdale

Grammy-winning artist and songwriter Jim Lauderdale's 29th album is a genre-skipping collection of songs featuring co-writes with Dan Penn, John Oates, Odie Blackmon and Kendall Marvel, alongside six Lauderdale solo compositions.