Neal McCoy Leads Independent Releases

Neal McCoy’s XII leads the list of independent albums released Tuesday (March 6). McCoy issued XII on Blaster Records in partnership with Warner Music Nashville. Co-produced by Blake Shelton, Miranda Lambert and guitarist Brent Rowan, the new album includes McCoy’s single, “A-OK.” It’s his first album of new material since 2005. Other new releases include Southern ensemble Bryan Clark & the New Lyceum Players’ Southern Intermission, Colorado fiddler-singer Katie Glassman’s Snapshot, Americana trio the Hobart Brothers & Lil Sis Hobart’s At Least We Have Each Other, roots-rock band the Honeydogs’ What Comes After, alt-country group I See Hawks in L.A.’s New Kind of Lonely, singer-songwriter Julie Lee’s Julie Lee & the Baby-Daddies and folk star Todd Snider’s Agnostic Hymns and Stoner Fables.