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October list by Donalee Jacobs
15 Years In A 10 Year Town
15 Years In A 10 Year TownWard Davis

The debut album from the singer songwriter best known for his songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Wade Hayes, Sammy Kershaw and Carolina Rain, among others. The album includes More Goodbye, Skeptic's Prayer and I Got You.

100 Hits: The Best Of Country Album
100 Hits: The Best Country AlbumVarious Artists

This 100 song set is presented on five CD's and features both classic and modern acts. Includes hits by Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, Kris Kristofferson, Elvis Presley, Willie Nelson, Janis Joplin, Charlie Rich, Brooks & Dunn, Lonestar, Brad Paisley, Alabama, and many more.

Almost Daylight
Almost DaylightChris Knight

On his ninth album Knight delivers the most powerful and unexpected music of his career. The new release still features the vivid pictures of rural characters, desperate men and hardscrabble survivors Knight is known for, but moves beyond acoustic recordings to multi-dimensional layering and instrumentation. The album is at times compassionate and redemptive, yet contains an edgier sound than previous releases. Songs include Crooked Mile and Everybody's Lonely Now.

Closer Than Together
Closer Than Togetherthe Avett Brothers

Scott and Seth Avett return with their tenth album in twenty years. This release is a collection of their thoughts on America, love, life and family. Songs include We Americans, Who Will I Hold and Locked Up.

Desert Dove
Desert DoveMichaela Anne

The new album from Michaela Anne was recorded in LA and produced by Sam Outlaw and Kelly Winrich (Delta Spirit). Lauded for her timeless voice, and narrative depth, Michaela takes that to the next level with confessional and unforgettable songwriting.

Fire & Brimstone
Fire & BrimstoneBrantley Gilbert

On his fifth studio album, Brantley alternates between bravura and vulnerability on songs about rural life, partying, personal relationships and family. It includes the singles Welcome To Hazeville, Man That Hung The Moon and Not Like Us.  

Heartache Medication
Heartache MedicationJon Pardi

Pardi follows up his bestselling album, California Sunrise, with this collection of upbeat progressive, yet traditional, country songs. The album includes Me And Jack and Love Her Like She's Leaving.

Honeysuckle & Lightning Bugs
Honeysuckle & Lightning BugsBlanco Brown

Blanco Brown blends the sounds and experiences of his childhood living in both the urban center of Atlanta and the rural countryside of Butler, Georgia, into a sound he proudly calls 'Trailer Trap'.

Live At The Ryman
Live At The RymanOld Crow Medicine Show

Honoring the history and traditions of the legendary Ryman Auditorium, Live From The Ryman captures the raucous energy of Old Crow Medicine Show's performances, recorded throughout their many headlining shows on the hallowed ground of Nashville's iconic performance hall. 

Midnight In Memphis
Midnight In MemphisT.G. Sheppard

T.G. Sheppard returns to country music with his first album in twenty-two years. The album includes Midnight In Memphis, written by Barry Gibb, and the single I Wanna Live Like Elvis. 

Real Friends
Real FriendsChris Janson

Janson's third album, Real Friends, features the hit single Good Vibes and a special guest appearance from superstar and fellow Grand Ole Opry member Blake Shelton. 

SinnerLeslie Stevens

Los Angeles based Americana singer songwriter Leslie Stevens' new album highlights her emotional narrative songwriting and melodic vocals.  

Sugar & Joy
Sugar & JoyThe Dead South

Money doesn't buy love, but it does buy the ring. In Diamond Ring the first song from The Dead South's third album, a misguided romantic gesture takes a deadly turn. From the galloping guitar strum to the lower register cello and deep backing vocals, the song's moody mania shows The Dead South's calling card, stories of desperation and bad decisions told in fast-paced, brightly-laced bursts.

The Valley
The ValleyCharley Crockett

With the title track to his sixth album, the Texas songwriter looks back at where he came from. It chronicles his hard upbringing on the south Texas border, but it also distills the essence of Crockett's fierce and restless independence. Recorded just a week before his life-saving open-heart surgery, the album stirs with introspection and urgency to tell his story.