For such a short month, February 2011 is somehow filled with great new country music releases. If this were a leap year, there would be even more to talk about, as that would result in five February Tuesdays -- the traditional days albums are released in America.

But don't worry, there's plenty of new albums from artists such as The JaneDear Girls, Shooter Jennings and Drive-By Truckers to fill the bins at your local record store. February will also see the release of a solo country album by Eddie Spaghetti of the Supersuckers entitled 'Sundowner,' perhaps after the one dirty, smoke-filled bar in all of squeaky clean Boulder, Colo.

Most importantly to country history, though, is a handful of Johnny Cash compilations, no doubt in honor of the Man in Black's Feb. 25 birthday.  You can get all the details below -- and if you're living where it's cold, remember, spring will be here soon.

February 2011 New Country Music Releases:

February 1
Hot Club of Cowtown, 'Hot Club of Cowtown'
The JaneDear Girls, 'The JaneDear Girls'
Joe Mullins and the Radio Ramblers, 'Hymns from the Hills'

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

February 15
Hayes Carli, ‘Kmag Yoyo’
Drive-By Truckers, ‘Go-Go Boots’
Katrina Elam, ‘Pure Country 2′ Soundtrack
Eddie Spaghetti, 'Sundowner'

February 22
Johnny Cash, ‘American V: A Hundred Highways’
Johnny Cash, ‘Bootleg 1: Personal File’
Johnny Cash, ‘Bootleg 2: From Memphis to Hollywood’
Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion, 'Bright Examples'