The year 2019 has been a stellar one in terms of new releases. Fans received the highly anticipated major-label debuts from artists such as Cody Johnson and Pony Bradshaw; an album of duets from Ronnie Milsap and a number of special guests; and Trisha Yearwood's first new full-length country album in a decade.

That's only a handful of the dozens of big-name records released this year, though. Click through the photo gallery above to learn more about all of the country, Americana, alt-country, bluegrass and folk albums released in 2019. A full list is also below.

2019's New Country, Americana, Alt-Country, Bluegrass and Folk Albums


Jan. 4: Balsam Range, Aeonic
Jan. 11: Randy Houser, Magnolia
Jan. 18: Cody Johnson, Ain't Nothin' to It
Jan. 18: Ronnie Milsap, Ronnie Milsap: The Duets
Jan. 18: Greensky Bluegrass, All for Money
Jan. 18: The Steel Woods, Old News
Jan. 18: Hardy, Where to Find Me EP
Jan. 25: Pony Bradshaw, Sudden Opera
Jan. 25: Joshua Ray Walker, Wish You Were Here
Jan. 25: Farewell Angelina, Women and Wine EP


Feb. 1: Mandolin Orange, Tides of a Teardrop
Feb. 1: Cassadee Pope, Stages
Feb. 14: Trisha Yearwood, Let's Be Frank
Feb. 15: Florida Georgia Line, Can't Say I Ain't Country
Feb. 15: Hayes Carll, What It Is
Feb. 15: Dale Watson, Call Me Lucky
Feb. 15: Ryan Bingham, American Love Song
Feb. 15: Bellamy Brothers, Over the Moon
Feb. 22: Yola, Ride Out in the Country
Feb. 22: Vandoliers, Forever
Feb. 22: Rhiannon Giddens, Leyla McCalla, Allison Russell and Amythyst Kiah, Songs of Our Native Daughters


March 1: Ben Morrison, 25 Miles EP
March 1: Mary Bragg, Diamonds as Camouflage
March 1: The Cactus Blossoms, Easy Way
March 1: Dee White, Southern Gentleman
March 8: Patty Griffin, Patty Griffin
March 8: Maren Morris, Girl
March 8: Dustin Lynch, Ridin' Roads EP
March 8: John Anderson, 40 Years and Still Swingin'
March 29: Jake Owen, Greetings From ... Jake
March 29: Son Volt, Union
March 29: Steve Earle & the Dukes, Guy
March 29: George Strait, Honky Tonk Time Machine
March 29: LoCash, Brothers
March 29: Eli Young Band, This Is Eli Young Band


April 5: Molly Tuttle, When You're Ready
April 5: The Infamous Stringdusters, Rise Sun
April 5: Brooks & Dunn, Reboot
April 5: Reba McEntire, Stronger Than the Truth
April 12: Shovels & Rope, By Blood
April 12: John Paul White, The Hurting Kind
April 12: Aaron Lewis, State I'm In
April 12: Melissa Etheridge, The Medicine Show
April 12: The Barker Family Band, The Barker Family Band EP
April 19: Jade Bird, Jade Bird
April 26: Randy Rogers Band, Hellbent
April 26: Dylan Scott, Nothing to Do Town EP
April 26: Kiefer Sutherland, Reckless & Me
April 26: Jack Ingram, Riding High Again
April 26: Darryl Worley, Second Wind: Latest & Greatest
April 26: Maddie & Tae, One Heart to Another EP


May 3: Caroline Spence, Mint Condition
May 3: Joy Williams, Front Porch
May 10: Rodney Atkins, Caught Up in the Country
May 10: Chely Wright, Revival EP
May 24: Billy Ray Cyrus, The SnakeDoctor Circus
May 24: Jimmy Fortune, God & Country
May 24: Justin Townes Earle, The Saint of Lost Causes
May 24: Matt Stell, Everywhere But On EP
May 31: Thomas Rhett, Center Point Road


June 7: Luke Combs, The Prequel EP
June 14: Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Turn Off the News (Build a Garden)
June 14: Montgomery Gentry, Outskirts EP
June 14: Riley Green, Get That Man a Beer EP
June 21: Jim Lauderdale, From Another World
June 21: Aaron Watson, Red Bandana
June 21: Willie Nelson, Ride Me Back Home
June 21: Koe Wetzel, Harold Saul High
June 28: Runaway June, Blue Roses
June 28: Josh Abbott Band, Catching Fire EP


July 12: Clare Bowen, Clare Bowen
July 19: Jenny Tolman, There Goes the Neighborhood
July 26: Justin Moore, Late Nights and Longnecks
July 26: Home Free, Dive Bar Saints


Aug. 2: Tyler Childers, Country Squire
Aug. 2: Mike and the Moonpies, Cheap Silver and Solid Country Gold
Aug. 9: Olivia Lane, The One EP
Aug. 15: Rodney Crowell, Texas
Aug. 16: Hunter Hayes, Wild Blue
Aug. 16: Tracy Lawrence, Made in America
Aug. 16: Lillie Mae, Other Girls
Aug. 16: Dylan Scott, An Old Memory EP
Aug. 23: Ty Herndon, Got It Covered
Aug. 23: Vince Gill, Okie
Aug. 23: Tanya Tucker, While I'm Livin'
Aug. 23: Midland, Let it Roll
Aug. 23: Jason Hawk Harris, Love & The Dark
Aug. 30: Sheryl Crow, Threads
Aug. 30: Trisha Yearwood, Every Girl
Aug. 30: The Barker Family Band, Live at City Winery Nashville


Sept. 6: Paul Cauthen, Room 41
Sept. 6: The Highwomen, The Highwomen
Sept. 6: Crystal Gayle, You Don't Know Me
Sept. 6: Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear, Started With a Family
Sept. 13: Brett Young, The Acoustic Sessions EP
Sept. 13: Jeremy Ivey, The Dream and the Dreamer
Sept. 13: The Lumineers, III
Sept. 13: Emily Hackett, By the Moon EP
Sept. 20: Riley Green, Different 'Round Here
Sept. 20: Zac Brown Band, The Owl
Sept. 27: Jon Pardi, Heartache Medication
Sept. 27: Billy Strings, Home
Sept. 27: Whiskey Myers, Whiskey Myers
Sept. 27: Michaela Anne, Desert Dove
Sept. 27: Sturgill Simpson, Sound & Fury
Sept. 27: Kalie Shorr, Open Book


Oct. 4: Logan Ledger, Logan Ledger
Oct. 4: Kacy & Clayton, Carrying On
Oct. 4: Haley & Michaels, Hail Mary
Oct. 4: The Avett Brothers, Closer Than Together
Oct. 4: Kelsey Waldon, White Noise / White Lines
Oct. 4: Brantley Gilbert, Fire & Brimstone
Oct. 4: King Calaway, Rivers
Oct. 4: Old Crow Medicine Show, Live at the Ryman
Oct. 4: Mumford & Sons, Sigh No More Sessions
Oct. 11: Brothers Osborne, Live at the Ryman
Oct. 11: Chris Knight, Almost Daylight
Oct. 11: Kelleigh Bannen, Favorite Colors
Oct. 11: Kendell Marvel, Solid Gold Sounds
Oct. 11: Ruston Kelly, Dirt Emo Vol. 1
Oct. 11: Blanco Brown, Honeysuckle & Lightning Bugs
Oct. 11: Cody Jinks, After the Fire
Oct. 18: Cody Jinks, The Wanting
Oct. 18: Maddie & Tae, Everywhere I'm Goin' EP
Oct. 18: Chris Janson, Real Friends
Oct. 18: Florida Georgia Line, The Acoustic Sessions
Oct. 18: The Milk Carton Kids, The Only Ones
Oct. 25: Old Dominion, Old Dominion
Oct. 25: The Oak Ridge Boys, Down Home Christmas
Oct. 25: Toby Keith, Greatest Hits: The Show Dog Years
Oct. 25: Jon Langston, Now You Know EP


Nov. 1.: Miranda Lambert, Wildcard
Nov. 1: Hootie & the Blowfish, Imperfect Circle
Nov. 1: Erin Enderlin, Faulkner County
Nov. 1: The Mavericks, Play the Hits
Nov. 1: Micky and the Motorcars, Long Time Comin'
Nov. 1: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Lynyrd Skynyrd: Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour Live
Nov. 8: Luke Combs, What You See Is What You Get
Nov. 15: Lady Antebellum, Ocean
Nov. 15: Blackberry Smoke, Homecoming: Live in Atlanta
Nov. 22: Jason Aldean, 9


Dec. 13: Blake Shelton, Fully Loaded: God's Country

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