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New Country Music Releases 2011

Sara Evans 'Stronger'Looking for an up-to-date list of all of the new country music releases that are coming out in 2011?

Well, it’s your lucky day — and you’ll want to bookmark this page, because we’re going to keep it updated with the titles and release dates for all of the hottest new country music albums as they’re announced.

One of the most anticipated country music albums of 2011 is the self-titled full-length debut from Steel Magnolia. The duo, winners of the second season of the televised talent show ‘Can You Duet?,’ have already had three big hit singles from an EP they released this year.

While release dates haven’t been announced yet, it has been confirmed that fans can expect new studio albums from country stars like Dolly Parton, Luke Bryan, Randy Travis, and LeAnn Rimes.

We will be updating this page regularly as information on new albums from established country stars and exciting newcomers becomes available, so be sure to check back frequently!

New Country Music Releases Schedule for 2011:

January 4
Lee Ann Womack, ‘Icon’
Sheryl Crow, ‘Icon’

January 11
Abigail Washburn, ‘City of Refuge’
Kenny Chesney, ‘Playlist: The Very Best of Kenny Chesney’
Steel Magnolia, ‘Steel Magnolia’

January 18
The Allman Brothers Band, ‘S.U.N.Y. at Stonybrook, NY 9/19/71′
Damon Fowler, ‘Devil Got His Way’
Greg Allman, ‘Low Country Blues’

January 25
James Wesley, ‘Real’
Joe Nichols, ‘Greatest Hits’
Lori McKenna, ‘Lorraine’
T Bone Burnett, ‘Playlist: The Very Best of T Bone Burnett’
Willie Nelson, ‘Playlist: The Very Best Gospel of Willie Nelson’

February 1
Hot Club of Cowtown, ‘Hot Club of Cowtown’
The JaneDear Girls, ‘The JaneDear Girls’
Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers, ‘Hymns from the Hills’

February 8
Thompson Square, ‘Thompson Square’
Shooter Jennings & Hierophant, ‘Black Ribbons (Bullet Version)’
Steve Wariner, ‘Guitar Laboratory’
Various Artists, ‘The Music Inside: A Collaboration Dedicated to Waylon Jennings Vol. 1′

February 14
Chase Rice, ‘Country as Me’

February 15
Hayes Carli, ‘Kmag Yoyo’
Sarah Darling, ‘Angels and Devils’
Drive-By Truckers, ‘Go-Go Boots’
Katrina Elam, ‘Pure Country 2′ Soundtrack
Eddie Spaghetti (Supersuckers frontman), ‘Sundowner’

February 22
Johnny Cash, ‘American V: A Hundred Highways’
Johnny Cash, ‘Bootleg 1: Personal File’
Johnny Cash, ‘Bootleg 2: From Memphis to Hollywood’
Gibson Brothers, ‘Help My Brother’
Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion, ‘Bright Examples’
Riley Puckett, ‘Country Music Pioneer’

March 1
Be Good Tanyas, ‘Blue Horse’
Craig Campbell, ‘Craig Campbell’
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club, ‘Unentitled’
Bart Crow, ‘Brewster Street Live’
Aaron Lewis (Staind), ‘Town Line’ EP
Buddy Miller, ‘Majestic Silver Strings’
The New 76ers, ‘Superhighway’
Tejas Brothers, ‘Rich Man’
Tiffany, ‘Rose Tattoo’
Various Artists, ‘Bluegrass Gospel Songbook’

March 8
Sara Evans, ‘Stronger’
Sierra Hull, ‘Daybreak’
Charle Phillips, ‘Sugartime’
Charley Pride, ‘Choices’
Glenn Reeves, ‘Johnny on the Spot’
Charlie Rich, ‘It Ain’t Gonna Be That Way – The Complete Smash Sessions’
Jimmy Spellman, ‘Doggonit – Gonna Shake This Shack Tonight’
Rick Trevino, ‘In My Dreams / Whole Town Blue’
Kenny Rogers, ‘The Love of God’

March 15
Bob Martin, ‘Live at the Bull Run’
Steve Martin and Steep Canyon Rangers, ‘Rare Bird Alert’
Larry Sparks, ‘Almost Home’
James Wesley, ‘Real’
Josh Williams, ‘Down Home”

March 22
Grasstown, ‘Kickin’ Up Dust’
Josh Kelley, ‘Georgia Clay’
The Roys, ‘Lonesome Whistle’
Tommy Shaw, ‘The Great Divide’
Robin Zander (Cheap Trick frontman), ‘Countryside Blvd.’

March 29
Michael Cleveland, ‘Fired Up’
Ben Hall, ‘Ben Hall’
Josh T. Pearson, ‘Last of the Country Gentlemen’
Various Artists (inc. Willie Nelson), ‘Tribute to Ray Charles’

April 5
Craig Campbell, ‘Craig Campbell’
Anna Wilson, ‘Countrypolitan Duets’
Hank Williams, ‘Hank Williams: The Complete Mother’s Best Recordings … Plus!’ [Box set]
The Judds, ‘I Will Stand By You: The Essential Collection’
Marshall Tucker Band, ‘The Marshall Tucker Band: Greatest Hits’

April 12
Alison Krauss and Union Station, ‘Paper Airplane’
Granger Smith, ‘Poets & Prisoners’
John Oates, ‘Mississippi Mile’
The Del McCoury Band and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, ‘American Legacies’

April 19
Lisa Hartman, ‘Letterock’
Ralph Stanley, ‘A Mother’s Prayer’

April 26
Steve Earle, ‘I’ll Never Get Out of This World Alive’
Emmylou Harris, ‘Hard Bargain’

May 2
Randy Travis, ‘Randy Travis’

May 3
Colt Ford, ‘Every Chance I Get’
Foster & Lloyd, ‘It’s Already Tomorrow’
Johnny Reid, ‘Introducing Johnny Reid’
The Blind Boys of Alabama, ‘Take the High Road’

May 10
Russell Hitchcock, ‘Tennessee: The Nashville Sessions’
Ted Russell Kamp, ‘Get Back to the Land’

May 17
John Rich, ‘Rich Rocks’ (EP)
Levon Helm, ‘Ramble at the Ryman’

May 23
Brad Paisley, ‘This Is Country Music’

May 24
Carter’s Chord, ‘Wild Together’ (EP)
Eden’s Edge, ‘Eden’s Edge’ (EP)
Frankie Ballard, ‘Frankie Ballard’
Mandy Barnett, ‘Sweet Dreams’
Rosanne Cash, ‘Essential Rosanne Cash’
Sarah Jarosz, ‘Follow Me Down’

June 7
Ronnie Dunn, ‘Ronnie Dunn’
Randy Travis, ‘Anniversary Collection’

June 14
Various Artists, ‘The Music Inside: A Collaboration
Dedicated to Waylon Jennings, Volume Two’

June 21
Cody Canada, ‘This is Indian Land’
Corey Smith, ‘The Broken Record’
Jim Lauderdale, ‘Reason and Rhyme’
Justin Moore, ‘Outlaws Like Me’
Mark Wills, ‘Looking for America’

June 28
Billy Ray Cyrus, ‘I’m American’
Dolly Parton, ‘Better Day’

July 12
Ashton Shepherd, ‘Where Country Grows’
Blake Shelton, ‘Red River Blue’
Chris Young, ‘Neon’

July 25
Jason Michael Carroll, ‘Numbers’

July 26
Eric Church, ‘Chief’
Randy Montana, ‘Randy Montana’
Sunny Sweeney, ‘Sunny Sweeney’
Terri Clark, ‘Roots and Wings’

August 2
Trace Adkins, ‘Proud to Be Here’

August 9
Kevin Fowler, ‘Chippin’ Away’
Luke Bryan, ‘Tailgates and Tanlines’
Riders In the Sky, ‘The Land Beyond the Sun’
Steven Curtis Chapman, ‘re:creation’

August 16
Deborah Allen, ‘Hear Me’
Eli Young Band, ‘Life at Best’
Jeff Bridges, ‘Jeff Bridges’

August 23
Connie Smith, ‘Long List of Heartaches’
Curtis Grimes, ‘Doin’ My Time’
Jennette McCurdy, ‘Jennette McCurdy’
Pistol Annies, ‘Hell on Heels’
Rodney Atkins, ‘Take a Back Road’

August 30
Dale Ann Bradley, ‘Somewhere South of Crazy’
Glen Campbell, ‘Ghost on the Canvas’
Jake Owen, ‘Barefoot Blue Jean Night’
Larry Gatlin & Various, ‘Reggae’s Gone Country’
Robert Earl Keen, ‘Ready For Confetti’

September 6
George Strait, ‘Here for a Good Time’
Hank Williams III, ‘Ghost to a Ghost/Gutter Town’
Josh Gracin, ‘Redemption’

September 13
George Strait, ‘George Strait – Icon’
Hank Williams, ‘The Legend Begins’
Kristin Chenoweth, ‘Some Lessons Learned’
Lady Antebellum, ‘We Own the Night’
Reckless Kelly, ‘Good Luck & True Love’
Steve Holy, ‘Love Don’t Run’
Terri Clark, ‘Roots and Wings’

September 27
Kevin Costner and Modern West, ‘From Where I Stand’
LeAnn Rimes, ‘Lady and Gentleman’
Sonia Leigh, ’1978 December’

October 4
Courtney Stewart, ‘Where Will I Fit In’
Jason Boland & The Stragglers, ‘Rancho Alto’
Merle Haggard, ‘Working in Tennessee’
Montgomery Gentry, ‘Rebels on the Run’
Rodney Atkins, ‘Take a Back Road’
Scotty McCreery, ‘Clear as Day’

October 11
Hunter Hayes, ‘Hunter Hayes’
Joey and Rory, ‘A Farmhouse Christmas’
Lauren Alaina, ‘Wildflower’
Martina McBride, ‘Eleven’

October 25
Toby Keith, ‘Clancy’s Tavern’
Vince Gill, ‘Guitar Slinger’

November 1
Miranda Lambert, ‘Four the Record’
Various, ‘This One’s For Him: A Tribute to Guy Clark’

November 8
Joe Nichols, ‘It’s All Good’
Rascal Flatts, ‘Rascal Flatts Live’

November 15
David Nail, ‘The Sound of a Million Dreams’

November 21
Taylor Swift, ‘Speak Now World Tour Live’ [CD/DVD]
Willie Nelson, ‘Remember Me, Vol. 1′

November 22
Phil Vassar, ‘Noel’

Date TBA
LoCash Cowboys, ‘This Is How We Do It’
Bret Michaels, ‘Once a Cowboy, Always a Cowboy’
Heidi Newfield, [Title TBD]
Bradley Gaskin, [Title TBD]
Dierks Bentley, [Title TBD]

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