For country music fans, the first week of April 2011 will be a month for reconnecting with classic country acts while being introduced to new artists. Country newcomer Craig Campbell will be releasing his highly anticipated self-titled debut album on April 5, and the LP will feature his hit song 'Family Man.' That same day, country fans can pick up greatest hits albums from both Hank Williams and the Judds.

As for the rest of the month, fans can get their hand on Alison Krauss' new album, which is her first since 2007, Emmylou Harris' 'Hard Bargain,' her first in nearly three years, and Steve Earle's latest project, 'I'll Never Get Out of This World Alive.' So to all of you country fans out there: Get geared up for the warmer weather by jamming out to some new tunes.

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 Airplanes'
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'