New Country Music Releases – April 2014
The new country music releases for April 2014 include something old, something new, something borrowed and something … well, we’ll let you figure out that last one. Intrigued? Read on.
The Charlie Daniels Band is in the ‘something old’ category, which means they’ve been around for quite a long time, impacting country music with their Southern rock flair. The band’s new album, streeting April 1, is called ‘Off the Grid – Doin’ It Dylan’ and pays tribute to the music icon himself, Bob Dylan. It’s Daniels’ first new album project release since 2007.
In ‘something new’ among country albums for April 2014, country newcomers Dan + Shay are making their debut with ‘Where It All Began,’ also scheduled for an April 1 release date. The project features the duo’s current hit, ’19 You + Me.’
Martina McBride brings ‘something borrowed’ to the table with her highly anticipated cover album ‘Everlasting,’ spinning her own take on some of music’s most treasured songs. We doubt any of those singers would mind a voice as beautiful as the country star’s making their songs into a McBride original.
Other new country music releases for April 2014 (that are not ‘something blue’) include Josh Thompson‘s ‘Turn It Up’ and Ronnie Dunn‘s ‘Peace Love and Country Music.’ Check out the full list below and be sure to check back as it is updated.
New Country Music Releases for April 2014:
The Charlie Daniels Band, ‘Off the Grid – Doin’ It Dylan’
Dan + Shay, ‘Where It All Began’
Josh Thompson, ‘Turn It Up’
Martina McBride, ‘Everlasting’
Ronnie Dunn, ‘Peace Love and Country Music’