Sam Bush and Lyle Lovett both released new albums on Tuesday (Oct. 20). Bush’s Circles Around Me (Sugar Hill) is his seventh solo album. Del McCoury makes a guest appearance on two Bill Monroe songs, “Roll On Buddy, Roll On” and “Midnight on the Stormy Deep.” Bush co-wrote the title track with Jeff Black and “The Ballad of Stringbean and Estelle” with Guy Clark and Verlon Thompson. Lovett’s Natural Forces (Curb/Lost Highway) features five original songs, including one he co-wrote with Robert Earl Keen. In addition, Lovett recorded six covers from his favorite songwriters, including David Ball’s “Don’t You Think I Feel It Too” and Townes Van Zandt’s “Loretta.” Other new releases include Grasstowne’s The Other Side of Towne (Pinecastle) and Larry Sparks’ I Just Want to Thank You Lord (Rural Rhythm).