40 Best Country and Americana Albums of
The country and Americana genres were responsible for some fantastic albums in , with many of them defined by a left-field approach that resulted in bold new sounds.
Miranda Lambert mixed alt-rock with her country twang by teaming up with producer Jay Joyce. Texas band Mike and the Moonpies decamped to London to record with a symphony. Buzzy masked singer Orville Peck brought an air of mystery and gothic grandeur to the genre. Sturgill Simpson made his skronk-country record. And Dan Auerbach cemented his old-meets-new production style with three knockouts albums from Yola, Kendell Marvel, and Dee White.
And then there was Brandi Carlile, who not only formed one of the most vital and versatile supergroups in recent memory with the Highwomen, but also revealed a whole new side of country veteran Tanya Tucker by co-producing her marvelous comeback LP While Im Livin.
An undercurrent of solidarity was also detectable this year, as artists rallied behind both musical and cultural causes. See the Highwomen, yes, but also Our Native Daughters, Maren Morris, Michaela Anne, and Emily Scott Robinson, who all put out albums with a message.
And some albums, from Jon Pardis good clean fun to Paul Cauthens dont-tell-your-mama-about-it, just wanted to further the party.
Heres the 40 best country and Americana LPs of the year.
19 New Country Artists to Watch In
saw a number of new country acts from last years Artist to Watch list break through and receive their debut No. 1 songs, including Jimmie Allen (Best Shot), Morgan Evans (Kiss Somebody) and Jordan Davis (Singles You Up). will likely bring a new roster of chart toppers and we cant wait to watch their careers take flight.
Here are 19 acts to keep on your radar in (in alphabetical order).
Abby Anderson; Photo courtesy of Black River Entertainment
Texas native Abby Anderson made waves this year with the release of her debut single Make Him Wait. The poignant piano ballad penned by Anderson, Tom Douglas and Josh Kerr has the singer reminding the listener of her self-worth before jumping into a relationship. “Before that first kiss, he’s gotta hold your hand,” she sings on the songs chorus. Her standout five-song EP further showcases the singers vocal ability and songwriting chops alongside hints of pop, country and even reggae beats. Having recently made her Opry debut, the Black River Entertainment signee is a promising female voice deserving of radio airplay.
Ingrid Andress; Photo courtesy of Warner Music Nashville
Ingrid Andress moved around a lot as a child and learning piano and writing songs became an outlet. Now signed to Warner Music Nashville, the world is getting to hear more of the singers powerful vocals and descriptive lyrics in the form of her heartbreaking song The Stranger. A tale of a couple trying to rekindle their romance, Andress haunting vocals and striking piano accompaniment bring the songs emotion to the forefront. The latest addition to CMTs Next Women of Country class of , Andress has had an already successful career as a songwriter penning hits like Vices Steady and Charli XCXs Boys.
Kassi Ashton; Photo Credit: Alysse Gafkjen
Kassi Ashtons star power is immediately evident upon first meeting her. Whether shes walking a red carpet in her own designs or performing at a writers round, her presence is undeniable. Her confidence, coupled with sultry vocals and unique songwriting talents, make songs like Taxidermy stand out from the crowd. Meanwhile, the introspective California, Missouri further showcases her knack for penning songs that captivate the listener with slowed musical accompaniment and evocative vocals. Thanks to an assist from Keith Urban, plenty of country fans are getting to know Ashton as the featured vocalist on his arena-ready anthem Drop Top.
Bastian Baker; Photo credit: Gregg Roth
Swiss singer-songwriter Bastian Baker turned heads this year with the release of his fourth studio album and self-titled American debut. Bakers ear-grabbing falsetto, catchy beats and intriguing storylines make up the majority of the track project. Opening track Stay and the mesmerizing So Low prove why he was selected as the opening act for Shania Twains Now World Tour and further hint that this is only the beginning of the singers U.S. story. Having played in over 40 countries over the past seven years, Baker has already put in the groundwork for whats sure to be an illustrious career.
Tyler Childers; Photo credit: David McClister
Tyler Childers debut album Purgatory was released in to massive critical acclaim, and his upward ascent in the music world continued this year when he was named Emerging Artist of the Year at the Americana Music Association Honors & Awards. The Kentucky native has extended his headlining tour into and proves a must-see live act to those pining for traditional country music. While hes already been accepted into the Americana community, Childers country influence is indisputable. It’s not about rock, or grass or country…it’s just hollerin’ in the mountains and stirring shit up! he says of his Sturgill Simpson-produced debut.
Cale Dodds; Photo credit: Dustin Haney
Cale Dodds infectious energy and unyielding charisma is showcased in both his latest song, Where I Get It From, and the previously released What We Gonna Do About It. Both display the Georgia natives swagger and penchant for writing sing-along choruses. The Warner Music Nashville recording artist has been releasing new music sporadically throughout , and each track exudes a feel-good vibe. The new music isnt the only indication of this rising stars power. His lighthearted vibe and likable personality are showcased in his Cale Cam video series, which gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at his everyday life on the road and recording new music.
Lauren Duski; Photo courtesy of Right Angle PR
Lauren Duski has had fans anxiously waiting to hear her first single since being named runner-up on last years season of The Voice. The Michigan native proved her unmistakable talents with the vulnerable Costume Party, released over the summer. With props from Maroon 5s Adam Levine and a tour with radio personality Bobby Bones in August, her music has been well received and rightfully reaching the masses. Follow-up song Heart Hurt Good continues to showcase her vocal prowess and promises that there is much more to come from the budding singer-songwriter.
Hannah Ellis; Photo credit: Chloe Lane Photography
This Kentucky native pours her heart out on her self-titled EP. A versatile release, the heartbreaking piano ballad Never In Love details the aftermath of a relationship when the girl realizes her boyfriend never loved her, while Temporary Feeling highlights Hannah Ellis mesmerizing rhythmic singing style. The catchy ILYSoWhat and latest release Home and a Hometown are sure to be crowd favorites in a live setting, and audiences will get to witness her budding star power up close next year as she joins Cassadee Pope and Clare Dunn on the CMT Next Women of Country Tour.
Filmore; Photo courtesy of Filmore
With a mesmerizing singing style that brings to mind Sam Hunt and beats that beg to be danced to, Filmore is the latest country artist embracing forward-thinking production while blending elements of the country, pop and urban genres. Hand-snapped rhythms heard on Love That About You and a catchy beat on Slower impress. In fact, the latter songs slowdown was inspired by the chorus heard on Luis Fonsis monster hit Despacito. Meanwhile, the singer-songwriter wears his heart on his sleeve on his newest release, the breakup song Hearts Having A Hard Time. With sultry vocals and lyrics that relate, the vulnerable track showcases his versatility.
Gone West; Photo credit: Patrick Tracy
If the singers from Gone West look familiar, theres a reason. The newly formed Nashville quartet includes Grammy Award-winning pop artist Colbie Caillat and her frequent songwriting collaborator Jason Reeves, as well as ACM and CMT-nominated Nelly Joy and singer-songwriter Justin Kawika Young. The group promises new music in and if the inspiring This Time is any indication, their mesmerizing harmonies, descriptive lyrics and memorable melodies will be a welcomed addition to country radio.
Riley Green; Photo Credit: Harper Smith
Riley Green is enjoying his first top 20 hit at country radio with the feel-good There Was This Girl. A song that details the stupid things hes done to impress a girl, the infectious tune highlights Greens vocals and introduces him as an adept songwriter within the genre. His four-track In A Truck Right Now EP is a hint of what fans can expect from the Alabama natives forthcoming debut album, and his in-demand Outlaws Like Us Tour showcased exactly why hes a star on the rise.
Adam Hambrick; Photo Credit: Eric Ryan Anderson
Adam Hambricks smooth vocals and pop tendencies bring to mind that of pop artists Shawn Mendes and John Mayer. With sing-along choruses and soaring melodies that stick in the listeners head, hes already proving his staying power with the infectious and sentimental debut single Rockin All Night Long. No. 1 hits for Dan + Shay (How Not To) and Justin Moore (Somebody Else Will) have already showcased his songwriting ability, and now fans will get to hear more from the singer when he releases his debut album next year on Capitol Nashville/Buena Vista Records.
HARDY; Photo credit: Nick Swift
HARDY grew up on classic rock, a fact that is sonically apparent in his distinct brand of country music. A blend of country and rock influences embody his boot-stomping debut EP This Ole Boy, specifically on songs like the bombastic Rednecker and the autobiographical title track. His recent signing to Big Loud Records/Tree Vibez Music isnt the only highlight to HARDYs memorable The singer-songwriter has already garnered two No. 1 hitsone with tour mate Morgan Wallen (Up Down), and one with Florida Georgia Line (Simple.)
Lauren Jenkins; Photo Credit: Michael Church
Lauren Jenkins powerhouse vocals and descriptive songwriting make her one of the most intriguing new voices within the country genre. Her smoky vocals on Makers Mark and You and standout songwriting heard on No Saint make her a double threat. A mix of country roots and Americana influences makes Jenkins a breath of fresh air on the scene and the airwaves, and her forthcoming debut album No Saint will surely cement her stay in the country genre.
Tyler Rich; Photo credit: John Shearer
The Difference singer Tyler Rich toured in bands for most of his 20s before making the move to Nashville. Since relocating to Music City from California, Rich has seen radio success as his debut single The Difference hit No. 1 on SiriusXMs The Highway. Thanks to a tour with fellow Californian Brett Young, and the release of his debut self-titled EP, Rich is poised for the spotlight. Heartfelt songs like Adrenaline and prove that he is no one hit wonder, and country fans will likely hear much more from him in
Seaforth; Photo credit: Matthew Berinato
Australian duo Seaforth inked a deal with RCA Records Nashville earlier this year and its easy to see why. The bands spot-on harmonies heard on Talk to Me and the pop-country flavor they bring to Love That at times recalls Dan + Shay. Seaforths Tom Jordan and Mitch Thompson met in kindergarten and have been friends ever since. Fittingly, their band is named after the town they grew up in. Seaforth promises versatility as both members alternate sharing lead vocals. With the goal of putting their own stamp on country music, Seaforth are currently working with Dann Huff for their debut project.
The Sisterhood Band
The Sisterhood Band; Photo credit: Robbie Klein
After abandoning solo careers, Alyssa Bonagura and Ruby Stewart teamed up to form the Sisterhood Band. The duos striking harmonies, Americana vibe and impressive songwriting chops come together on their standout EP Summer Setlist. Walk Away leaves a memorable mark as does the uplifting Doors, but its Half Way, the rollicking kiss-off to an ex, that truly exudes their star power. While readying to release their Sony Music Nashville debut in , the women have found a fan in Steven Tyler as they joined him for his international summer tour with The Loving Mary Band.
Tenille Townes; Photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville
Tenille Townes has a voice well beyond her age and musical storylines that leave a mark. The year-old Canadian-born singer-songwriter made her first public appearance at the age of nine when Shania Twain invited her on stage. Since then, shes been honing her songwriting skills, and tracks like the reflective Jersey On the Wall Im Just Asking and the striking Somebodys Daughter have garnered major attention and resulted in her being named CMTs Next Women of Country class of With her Jay Joyce-produced debut album coming soon and a tour with Dierks Bentley lined up for next year, this is just the beginning for Townes.
Rachel Wammack; Photo credit: Joseph Llanes
Rachel Wammack introduced herself to the country world earlier this year with her stirring debut single Damage. The year-old Muscle Shoals native followed up with an EP of four standout songs, including the heartbreaking Hard to Believe and memorable Closure, both of which showcase her mesmerizing vocals and emotional songwriting ability. A much needed female voice on country radio, Wammacks poignant piano ballads are an introduction to an already bright future.
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Who will be ’s breakout country artists? By checking in with our curators, analyzing music industry trends and poring over data from Pandora and Next Big Sound, we’ve selected the singers and bands we believe are poised for greatness in the coming year. Whether you’re into pop-tinged jams or traditional grit, there’s a new face waiting to become your next fave.
Taylor Acorns breezy pop-country songs find their honesty and intimacy in one simple element: she writes them all on her own. The cool vibe of her summer single, Put It in a Song, leads off her five-song EP of the same name. A native of Lynchburg, Virginia, Taylor studied for two years at Kutztown University on a track and field scholarship, but after the buzz generated from posting cover songs on YouTube, she decided to make a mad dash toward a music career. Three million Pandora streams later, shes just picking up speed.
It takes one listen to the opening line of her autobiographical California, Missouri (named after her hometown) to know Kassi Ashton is anything but conventional.I graduated with 86 sheep / I was the black one,” she sings. The UMG Nashville/Interscope artist also shows off some serious swagger with the darkly humorous Taxidermy, delivered in a confident, husky voice with attitude to spare. A participant in the Country Music Associations recent Songwriters Series tour, youve also likely heard her on Keith UrbansDrop Top from his album Graffiti U.
One of the most buzzed-about new acts in the Americana scene, Leah Blevins has a style that’s Emmylou Harris-meets-Lee Ann Womack, but a voice as unique as the genre has seen in quite some time. The Kentucky native’s sophomore EP, Walk Home, finds her marrying the sonics of ’70s country rock with emotive songwriting and ethereal vocals.
Jordan Brooker got his start by catching the attention of a country superstars Grammy-winning producer, who is now his producer. When the Spencerville, Indiana native posted his cover of Dierks BentleysThinking of You, producer Luke Wooten contacted him, which led to Brookers move to Nashville and the recording of his six-song EP. Released in November, the EP is populated with heartfelt, straight-ahead country.
Phoenix native Austin Burke has 21 years of experience in the music business at only 24 years old. His first gigs came at the ripe old age of 3, singing the national anthem at Arizona Diamondbacks and Phoenix Suns games, and he’s been hitting home runs ever since. Blending emotive lyrics reminiscent of Keith Urban with swagger that would make Adam Levine jealous, Burke has become a streaming sensation with songs like the catchy, heartfelt “Whole Lot in Love” and nostalgic “One Summer.”
Armed with a distinctive baritone voice and fiercely protective of the country tradition of his influences Waylon Jennings and Merle Haggard, Burgin, Kentuckys Dillon Carmichael has a musical legacy rooted in family — namely his country star uncles, Eddie Montgomery (of Montgomery Gentry) and John Michael Montgomery. Still, Carmichael can rock with the best of them, as heard in his harder-edged tunes and the live shows hes done in with another of his major influences, Lynyrd Skynyrd. Released in October, his Hell on an Angel album, produced by Dave Cobb, is pure country magic.
Travis Dennings debut single, David Ashley Parker from Powder Springs,” is a nostalgic tune about a young guy whose world opens up with a fake ID. But for Denning — a native of Warner Robins, Georgia — being himself is working out just fine. Denning moved to Nashville in and signed a publishing deal within a year. He has since scored cuts by Jason Aldean, Justin Moore, Michael Ray and Chase Rice. Hes also opened shows for Moore, Rice, Cole Swindell and Alan Jackson and is currently on the road with LANCO on their Hallelujah Nights tour. In November, Denning made his Grand Ole Opry debut. When hes off the road, he continues work on his forthcoming Mercury Nashville debut album.
The summertime fun Cale Dodds sings about in Where I Get It From comes straight from his memory. As a teen in Columbus, Georgia, Dodds spent summers water-skiing on the Chattahoochee River to a soundtrack filled with ’90s country. Those good times are captured in other infectious tunes he has released since being signed to Warner Music Nashville, including the party anthem What We Gonna Do About It, and in the trivia and Country drinking game he hosts on Amazons Alexa platform. Dodds made his Grand Ole Opry debut in October.
“Echo” is a fitting title for a Tyler Filmore song, since he creates the kind of dance-inducing earworms fans want to play over and over. The singer, who goes by his last name due to a saturation of Tylers in the music world, has accomplished what few artists not named Sam Hunt or Walker Hayes have: make boundary-free music that is equally at home in the pop or dance worlds as it is in country. His biggest hit to date, “Slower,” is one DJs in any watering hole can play to liven the crowd.
The road from hit songwriter to big-time artist can be a rough one, but Adam Hambrick, who penned No. 1 hits for Dan + Shay (How Not To) and Justin Moore (Somebody Else Will”), made a strong impression with his debut single, Rockin All Night Long. An appearance on Little Rock, Arkansas’s Good Morning Arkansas caught Moores attention and led to Hambrick moving to Nashville. Hambrick has opened shows for Brett Young, Lady Antebellum and Lindsay Ell and scored additional cuts for Miranda Lambert and Eli Young Band. We have high hopes for the debut album hes currently working on for Capitol Nashville/Buena Vista Records.
HARDYs big classic rock-meets-modern country sound, showcased on October’s This Ole Boy EP, has its small-town roots in Philadelphia, Mississippi, the tiny community that also gave birth to country superstar Marty Stuart and songwriter/producer Derek George (Bryan White, Randy Houser). The writer behind Up Down, a No. 1 song for Morgan Wallen and Florida Georgia Line, and FGLs Simple, the gritty, blue-collar singer-songwriter has also landed cuts by Tyler Farr, Seth Ennis and more. He joins Wallens If I Know Me tour in
A touring artist since age 15, Lauren Jenkins brings out the rootsy influences of her Texas birthplace and the sultry, southern charm of her Charleston raising. Signed to Big Machine records, shell release her first full-length album, No Saint, in March, along with Running Out of Road, an original short film she co-wrote and produced and in which she stars. Jenkins co-wrote the recently released Makers Mark and You with Jessie Jo Dillon and Aaron Eshui, and co-produced the hypnotic, seductive track with Grammy winner Julian Raymond (Glen Campbell) and executive producer Scott Borchetta.
Long before Texas powerhouse Cody Johnson scored a deal with Warner Music Nashville — which will yield the hugely anticipated release of his Aint Nothin to It album in January — he made country music history by placing two self-released albums in Billboards Top 10, selling 74, tickets for a single show and becoming the only unsigned act ever to sell out RodeoHouston at NRG Stadium. Johnsons forthcoming project is sure to swell the ranks of his CoJo Nation fanbase, with plenty of his own material and personality, along with songwriting contributions from Chris Stapleton, Radney Foster and Brothers Osborne guitarist John Osborne.
On their fourth album, Venom & Faith, released in November, sister duo Larkin Poe mix roots rock, blues and touches of Southern Gothic to conjure a sound that stays true to their Georgia upbringing while giving those musical traditions a fresh, modern perspective. Now based in Nashville, multi-instrumentalist siblings Rebecca and Megan Lovell earned a Blues Music Award nomination for s Peach. The current album was recorded between headline shows and festival dates throughout , including Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, along with a spot as featured guest performer on Keith UrbansGraffiti U world tour.
A native of Richardson, Texas, Heather Morgan has already penned cuts for the likes of Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Maren Morris and Brett Eldredge, including chart-toppers Lose My Mind and Beat of the Music. With a guitar on loan from songwriter Jason Mraz, she holed up in an Airbnb in Joshua Tree, California, writing songs for her debut album, Borrowed Heart, including the vulnerable Your Hurricane. She hits the road with Scotty McCreery and Jimmie Allen beginning in December.
Steven Lee Olsen relocated to Nashville from the chillier climes of Ontario, Canada, in , and after honing his craft for more than a decade, things are definitely heating up for the prolific singer-songwriter. The co-writer of the Grammy-, CMA- and ACM-nominated Keith Urban hit Blue Aint Your Color, Olsen also penned Kip Moores No. 1 hit More Girls Like You and has had cuts by Garth Brooks, 98 Degrees and the Judds, among others. In November, he self-released his album Timing is Everything on his own SLO Circus Records, with the romantic title cut among its highlights.
In short order, Tyler Rich has gone from family jam sessions in the rural Northern California community of Yuba City to an economics degree, then a songwriting and record deal with Big Machine Music and Valory Music Co. Sharing stages with Dustin Lynch, Sam Hunt, Brett Eldredge, Dan + Shay and more, Richs infectious, energetic stage show highlights breakout tunes like his hit, The Difference, which delves into his real-life courtship of fiancée actress Sabina Gadecki. In November, he joined Brett Young on the CMT on Tour: Here Tonight trek.
With a focus on relatable songs and fan accessibility, Dylan Schneider has amassed a giant following in his few short years in the business. Subtle yet modern production lets his impressive vocal range shine on the catchy love song “How Does It Sound,” which has been among the top 10 most-spun songs on Pandora’s New Country station for several weeks, alongside the likes of Thomas Rhett and Kane Brown. And after opening shows for Chris Lane and Granger Smith, Schneider now headlines his own shows in the U.S. and U.K.
Mitchell Tenpenny gave himself plenty of material to choose from for his debut album, Telling All My Secrets, writing several hundred songs in the run-up to its Dec. 14 release. Drawing on a diverse slate of influences and confident, detailed storytelling, Tenpenny has already scored a Top 10 with the gold-certified Drunk Me, and the track’s million-plus audio and video streams have made Secrets s top debut from a new country artist. A native of Nashville, Tenpennys grandmother was pioneering industry leader Donna Hilley, the first female CEO of Sony/ATV Music Publishing. The co-writer of Granger Smiths Top 10 hit, If the Boot Fits, Tenpenny has toured with Maren Morris, Jake Owen, Brett Young, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Dustin Lynch and more. In the new year, he joins Old Dominions“Make It Sweet” tour.
Molly Tuttles move from Boston, where she earned scholarships to study at the prestigious Berklee College of Music, kicked off a whirlwind of critical acclaim. In , Tuttle became the first woman to win Guitar Player of the Year in the nearly year history of the International Bluegrass Music Association, an honor the California-born musician repeated this year. Also highlighting was an Americana Music Award and opening for the kickoff of Jason Isbells sold-out, six-night run at Nashvilles historic Ryman Auditorium. Not bad for a year-old who has yet to release her debut album, which shell do in Produced by Ryan Hewitt (the Lumineers, the Avett Brothers, Dixie Chicks), its the follow-up to her current EP, Rise, and will no doubt continue her audience-expanding, award-wining ways.
Adam Wakefields first live performance was a show-and-tell in first grade, playing BeethovensMoonlight Sonata on piano. Born to well-educated hippie parents in New Hampshire, he earned the runner-up spot on Season 10 of The Voice in , then topped the iTunes Top Songs chart with Lonesome, Broken and Blue after performing the song on the show’s season finale. On Gods and Ghosts, his Average Joes debut album released Nov. 30, Wakefield’s musical influences range from bluesy country to Memphis soul. Often compared to Chris Stapleton, he sang for a time, as Stapleton did, with bluegrass band the SteelDrivers.
“If you took Keith Whitley and Tom Petty and intersected them at Matchbox Twenty, that’s kind of what we’re going for,” says Jordan Walker of the country-pop sound he and Johnny McGuire have worked tirelessly to craft. The two met at a writers’ round just days after moving to Nashville and initially found common ground in their love of songwriting, followed by the quick realization of the musical magic made by their blended voices. Their nostalgic, infectious current single “Growin’ Up” comes on the heels of their breakthrough hit, “Til Tomorrow,” which introduced these two as powerhouse singers with a sensitive side.
Listening to Colter Wall, you might think of one of his heroes, Johnny Cash. It’s not just Wall’s low, husky vocals that are reminiscent of the Man in Black — like Cash, Wall’s introspective, heart-on-sleeve songwriting isn’t all tailgates and barstools, either. This Canadian singer-songwriter who grew up listening to everyone from Cash and Bob Dylan to Black Sabbath has carved his own lane in the folk and country scenes with his masterful Songs of the Plains, a concept album with brilliant storytelling about 19th century cowboys in his home country.
Rachel Wammacks soulful pop-country is a direct result of the historic, music-centered Alabama town she calls home. The Muscle Shoals native, who released two indie albums while studying at the University of North Alabama, also made her mark in pageants, earning the Miss UNA crown and competing for Miss Alabama. Wammack wrote her first song at 12, and at just 17 was discovered by Sony Music Nashville, teaming with uber-producer Dann Huff (Keith Urban, Faith Hill) for a self-titled EP released this year. A full-length album is currently in the works, set to spotlight everything from heart-worn ballads to empowering anthems. Her debut single, the poignant and personal Damage, is out now.
Koe Wetzel commands the stage with a heavy dose of rock n roll energy and plenty of East Texas charm and swagger. The Stephenville, Texas, native has performed throughout the Lone Star State and beyond, and his songs have connected with his ever-increasing fan base because of their relatable lyrics and themes. Since the release of his debut album, Noise Complaint, Wetzel has toured heavily, but he and his bandmates Andres Rocha (drums), Mason Morris (bass), Jerrod Flusche (rhythm/lead guitar) and Michael Odis Parrish (lead guitar) have also been in the studio working on its highly anticipated follow-up.
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