Steve Holy and Brantley Gilbert, the Dirt Drifters and Reckless Kelly are among the country artists releasing new albums on Tuesday (Sept. 13).
Holy's Love Don't Run, featuring the hit title track, is his first album in five years. Gilbert's Halfway to Heaven Deluxe includes the lead single, "Country Must Be Country Wide." Meanwhile, the Dirt Drifters' This Is My Blood and Reckless Kelly's Good Luck and True Love draw upon their roots-rock influences.
Other new albums include grassroots group Blind Pilot's We Are the Tide, actress-singer Kristin Chenoweth's Some Lessons Learned, rowdy Americana band the Dirt Daubers' Wake Up, Sinners, Texas favorite the Gourds' Old Mad Joy and romantic songwriter Robby Hecht's Last of the Long Days.
Additional new albums include thoughtful songwriter Mason Jennings' Minnesota, eclectic string band Joy Kills Sorrow's This Unknown Science, alt-country musician Lydia Loveless' Indestructible Machine, blues rocker Bill Toms' Memphis and country guitarist Kenny Vaughan's V.
In addition, a three-disc set titled Hank Williams: The Legend Begins offers early recordings from his syndicated radio series.