The Lacs - 'Keep It Redneck' (August 20)
Booming 808s. Pedal steel guitar. Must be another album from The Lacs (their fifth).
Tracy Lawrence - 'Headlights, Taillights and Radios' (August 20)
Tracy Lawrence is still going strong since his debut in 1991. This is his first album released on his own label.
Charlie Worsham - 'Rubberband' (August 20)
Smoky ballads are the strong suit of Charlie Worsham, who gained attention opening for Miranda Lambert. Rubberband is his major label debut.
Keith Urban - 'Fuse' (September 10)
"Little Bit of Everything" is the lead single from Keith Urban's latest magnum opus, featuring guest shots from Miranda Lambert and Eric Church.
Sheryl Crow - 'Feels Like Home' (September 10)
Sheryl Crow officially joins the country music fold with her eighth album, Feels Like Home. If Lionel Richie's latest crossover attempt is any standard by which to judge, this one could be big.
Billy Currington - 'We Are Tonight' (September 17)
It's been three years since the last Billy Currington record, and fans should take heart with this new collection of tunes. Willie Nelson shows up for "Hard to Be a Hippie" and Jack Johnson's "Banana Pancakes" gets a country workover.
Chris Young - 'A.M.' (September 17)
Worried that the new album won't measure up to Neon? "Aw Naw," sings Chris Young on the opening track of A.M..
Justin Moore - 'Off the Beaten Path' (September 17)
Justin Moore teams up with Miranda Lambert and Charlie Daniels on this new album featuring the single "Point at You."
Willie Nelson - 'To All the Girls...' (September 20)
The Red Headed Stranger pairs off with prominent female singers in this collection of duets. Among those who laid down tracks are Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood, Alison Krauss, and Mavis Staples.
Alan Jackson - 'The Bluegrass Album' (September 24)
Alan Jackson tries his hand at rapping in this album produced by Kanye West. Just kidding. This is Alan Jackson, bluegrassified. It includes "Blue Side of Heaven," a tribute to George Jones.