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March list by Donalee Jacobs
25 Trips
25 TripsSierra Hull

Sierra Hull’s new release is a genre-transcending album emerging from the world of folk-pop, bluegrass, and acoustic music. Produced by Shani Ghandi (Parker Millsap), and featuring guest appearances by country, Americana talents Katie Pruitt, Mindy Smith, Angel Snow, and Molly Tuttle. 25 Trips includes thirteen songs that showcase Hull’s talent as a writer and collaborator.

Bad for You
Bad for YouThe Steeldrivers

On their fifth studio album, The Steeldrivers continue their rich musical progression, conjuring up music drenched in soul, blues, bluegrass, R&B, country, and more.

Be Still Moses
Be Still MosesSteep Canyon Rangers

Steep Canyon Rangers are Asheville, North Carolina's Grammy winners, perennial Billboard chart-toppers, and frequent collaborators of the renowned banjoist (and occasional comedian) Steve Martin. They join the Asheville Symphony on their latest release, which features signature Steep Canyon Rangers songs through newly inspired orchestral arrangements.

Precious Memories
Precious MemoriesRandy Travis

The unmistakable voice of Randy Travis has helped define country music. Featuring Peace in the Valley; I'll Fly Away; Just a Closer Walk with Thee; and more, this treasury of timeless country and gospel classics showcases the honest renditions and heartfelt performances that made him a country music legend.

Sorry You Couldn’t Make It
Sorry You Couldn't Make ItSwamp Dogg

Recorded in Nashville, featuring John Prine, Justin Vernon, Jenny Lewis, and others, Sorry You Couldn't Make It is the long awaited "country album" from the legendary Swamp Dogg.

Still the King
Still the KingLenny Cooper

The long-awaited twelve-track collection features some of country rap's hottest artists, including SMO, Young Gunner, David Ray, Anthony Beastmode, and J Roosevelt. Mixing moonshine, backwoods fun, and a little mud, the songs mirror the carefree southern lifestyle of Lenny Cooper and his dedicated fan base. 

SupernovaCaitlyn Smith

Caitlyn Smith's new album dives into what happens after a dream starts to come true. Her songs highlight the struggles of the road, the pressures felt on family and friendships, and the rewards of lessons learned and hard-fought love that transcends all. (Explicit Content) 

When Carolina Comes Home Again
When Carolina Comes Home AgainJim Lauderdale

Jim Lauderdale returns to his roots on his new release, a bluegrass album featuring some new and old songs. Chock full of rich stories, tremendous foot-stompin' tunes, and extraordinary musicianship, the album will delight bluegrass enthusiasts and beyond.

Your Life is a Record
Your Life is a RecordBrandy Clark

Brandy Clark’s latest album takes her unerring eye for detail and a genre-melting sense of melody to examine personal truths, revelations, and emancipations with wit, grace, and compassion.