5 Anticipated Country Albums in 2nd Half of 2019

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During the first half of 2019, some country legends like Reba (Stronger than the Truth), Trisha Yearwood (Let’s Be Frank), Brooks & Dunn (Reboot), George Strait (Honky Tonk Time Machine), and others. The second half of the year looks promising as well, with a mixture of legends and newcomers who are already making headlines.

Here’s a quick look at some of these anticipated albums:

Justin Moore – Late Night and Longnecks

This was originally planned to be released a few months ago but was postponed until late July. On his Instagram page, Justin has already shared a link to a new song “The Ones That Didn’t Make it Back Home”, which has been described as “inspirational” and “emotional” and currently sits in the top 20 on Billboard Country Songs. A few other songs on the track list include “Why We Drink”, “Airport Bar”, and “On the Rocks”.

Tanya Tucker – While I’m Livin

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Tanya is a legend whose music spans decades. This new album is her first in 17 years, and the release date is scheduled for Aug. 23, 2019. The first single, “The Wheels of Laredo”, is currently available. She announced that she had high-power support from co-producers Brandi Carlile and Shooter Jennings. Carlile also helped write several of the song with bandmates and Tanya.

Runaway June – Blue Roses

These ladies were handpicked by Carrie Underwood herself to join her on her tour. The song “Buy My Own Drinks” is already a hit. Several other tracks, like “Good, Bad, & Ugly”, “Head Over Heels”, and “Fast As You” will be included in the debut album Blue Roses, which is set to be released on June 28.

Vince Gill – Okie

His first solo album since 2016, Vince Gill’s new Okie will be available on August 23. The lead track, “A Letter to my Mama”, has already been released. His most popular songs over the years have always been the “heart-wrenching” ones, like “Go Rest High on That Mountain”, so the trend is continuing with this dedication to his mother.

Midland – Let it Roll

The trio is returning with their sophomore album, Let it Roll, which is available for pre-order for Spotify users. On top of the new album itself (also planned for release on August 23), Midland announced their own upcoming tour. Previously, the Academy of Country Music’s 2018 “Top New Duo / Group” has been on the road with Tim McGraw, Dwight Yokam, and George Strait.

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