New country music albums coming in 2021

New country albums are coming in 2021, and there’s reason to believe this could be an exemplary year for Nashville music fans. Rumored releases from Eric Church and Thomas Rhett join confirmed new albums from Morgan Wallen and more on this list of projects slated for the new year.

No touring in 2020 meant time to write and record new music, so top artists should have the best of the best to choose from for albums slated for 2021. The bar has been raised, and artists who sing and write have the advantage of being able to team up not only with the best songwriters, but with any other artist willing to collaborate. Wallens Dangerous The album’s track listing features songs with Chris Stapleton and more, and we expect every album released this year to be similar.

It’s going to be a lousy year for live music, because – at best – we won’t see full tours until late spring or summer. The upside is that it should be a great year for recorded music and for songs released as singles on digital platforms, or just Instagram and TikTok.

Below is a full schedule of new country albums slated for release in 2021. This list will be updated as more albums and EPs are announced.

The must-have new country albums of 2021:

January 8: Aaron Watson American soul
January 8:Morgan Wallen, Dangerous
January 15: Devin DawsonEP pink briefs
January 22:Willie Jones, Currently
January 27: Logan Mizealways this child

12 February: Florida Georgia line, Life goes on
12 February:Kip Moore, wild world deluxe album
February 19: Adam Hambrick, Setbacks PE
February 19:Carly Pearce, 29
February 19: Lainey Wilson, say what i think
February 26: Hailey Whitter, Living the dream
February 26:Willie Nelson, It’s life

March 16: Gabby Barrette, Live from the gold mine PE
March 19
: Loretta Lynn Still enough women
March 19: Morgan Wade, Reckless
March 26: Carrie Underwood, My saviour
March 26: Chevel Shepherd, Everyone has a story

April 2: Canaan Smith, His High Country
April 2:
John Schneider, Truck activated
April 9:
Luke Bryan, Born here Live here Die here deluxe album
April 13: Brian Kelley, BK Wave Pack PE
April 16:
Eric Church, Heart
April 20: Eric Church, &
April 23: Eric Church, Soul
April 23:Justin Moore, Straight outta the country
April 30: Ashley MonroeRose gold
April 30: Priscilla Block, Priscilla Block PE
April 30: Thomas Rhett, Country again, side A

May 7: Miranda Lambert, Marfa bands (with Jack Ingram, Jon Randall)
May 7:
Travis Trittcarved in stone
May 14: Alan Jackson, Where did you go
May 14:
Dillon Carmichael, hot beer PE
May 14: steel timbers, All your stones
May 21:
Blake Shelton, Body language
May 21: Gary Le Voxone on one
May 21:Jordan Davis, buy dirt PE
May 28:
Ashley McBryde, Never Will: Living Remotely PE

Spring: Tim McGraw, Here on Earth deluxe album

June 4: Bret Young, Weekends are a little different these days
June 4: Walker Hayes, country stuff PE
June 11:
Oak Ridge Boysthe porch sings
June 18: Rory Feek, Gentleman
June 25:Brian Kelley, sunny state of mind
June 25: Gary Allan, Ruthless
June 25: Lady A, What a Song Can Do (Chapter One)
June 25: Jimmy Allen Bettie James Gold Edition

July 2nd : Lanco, Honky Tonk Hippies PE
July 2nd :
Riley Green, behind the bar
July 9th : Amy Grant, moving heart 30th anniversary edition
July 9th : Hannah Dasher The Half-Record PE
July 16: Charlie Daniel’s duets
July 16: Chase Bryant, Education
July 16:
Charlie Worham, Sugar cane PE
July 30
: clay walker, From Texas to Tennessee
July 30: Parker McCollum, Cowboy gold chain
July 30: Parmaled, For you

August 6: Chris Young, famous friends
August 13: Dan + Shay, Good things
August 13: Tracy Lawrence, Retrospective 2020 Vol. 2: Prize of Fame
20 August :
East AndersonMaybe we’ll never die
20 August
:Maggie Rose, sit down
August 27: King Calaway, Midnight PE
August 27:Michael Ray, Higher Education PE
August 27: Niko Moon, Good time
August 27: Trace Adkins, the way i want to go

September 3: Lauren Alaina, Well seated on top of the world
September 10: Kacey Musgraves, damn
September 17: Carly Pearce, 29: Written in Stone
September 17:Jameson Rodgers, I bet you’re from a small town
September 17: Wool Hardy, Here’s to anyone
September 17:
Scotty McCreery, same truck
September 24: Larry Fleet, Stack of records
September 24
:Mickey Guyton, remember his name
September 24: Rae LynnBaytown

October 1st : Brandi Carlile, In these silent days
October 1st : Lily Rose, Stronger than me
October 1st : Logan Mize, Welcome to Prairieville
October 8:
Cody Johnson, Human (The Double Album)
October 8: Josh Turner, King Size Feeder
October 8:
Former Dominion, Time, Tequila & Therapy
October 8: Reba McEntire, Revivified Remixed Revisited
October 15: Jason Isbell and Unit 400, Georgia Blue
October 15:Kelly ClarksonWhen Christmas comes
October 15: Lea Turner, lost in translation PE
October 15: Ryan Hurd, Pelago
October 15:
Toby Keith, Peso in my pocket
October 15: Zac Brown Group, The return
October 22: Brett Eldredge, Mr Christmas
October 22:Brett Young, Brett Young and Friends Sing Christmas Classics
October 22:Dillon Carmichael, Son of
October 22:Jessie James Decker, The woman I have become PE
October 22: Lady A, What a song can do
October 22: Annies PistolA vacation from hell
October 29: Eddie Montgomerydon’t close me
October 29:Elvie Shaneretrograde
October 29: Carl Hayes, you get it all
October 29:Mitchell Tenpenny, naughty list
October 29:Morgan EvansCountryside and Coast Side A

November 12: Jason Aldean, Mason
November 19: Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Climb the Roof

December 10: Robust, Hixtape: Vol. 2

Falls: Cassade Pape, Prosper

Releases 2022:
January the 21st:Walker Hayes, Country Stuff album
January 28:Aaron Lewis, Frayed at both ends
April 22: Jason Aldean, Georgia

Rumor has it Exits…

Thomas Rhett, Country still side B

New albums coming in 2021:

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