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Fifth record from critically acclaimed singer-songwriter and 2016 Grammy Award nominee Hayes Carll. Features the single The Love That We Need.
On her debut album, Price adds fresh twists to classic Nashville country, with a sound that could've made hits in any decade, and her hard-hitting blues grooves push the boundaries further west to Memphis.
A southern compilation album of simple and honest music featuring all new original tracks plus covers from the likes of John Paul White, Jason Isbell, Miranda Lambert, Brandy Clark, Chris Stapleton and more.
Marie Osmond returns with her first new solo album since 2010. Her latest is a canvas of musical colors, vocal power, and lyrical depth that encompasses a lifetime of experience, music, love, loss, hope, and joy.
From the opening chords to the final note, each song on Charlie Farley's sophomore album offers a panorama of rural America delivered in a unique country lilt with hip-hop stylings.
Comprising Bobby and Eddie from iHeartMedia's The Bobby Bones Show, the Raging Idiots is a comedy group that plays shows that sell out in minutes. Their debut album features thirteen tracks and guest appearances from Carrie Underwood, Brad Paisley, Charles Kelley from Lady Antebellum, Kelsea Ballerini, and Lindsay Ell.
Three-time IBMA Guitar Player of the Year, Josh Williams, returns with his latest recording, produced by the legendary J. D. Crowe. From his years on the road as a member of the Rhonda Vincent band, as well as being the leader of his own band for several years, Williams has come into his own, with this his most exciting and mature work to date.
Sturgill Simpson releases the follow-up to his breakthrough, Grammy-nominated 2014 release, Metamodern Sounds in Country Music. Recorded in Nashville, his latest features support from his touring band as well as the Dap-Kings.