2018 Album Reviews


The Wailin Jennys - Fifteen
Keegan McInroe - A Good Old Fashioned Protest
Belle Adair - Tuscumbia
Mary Gauthier - Rifles and Rosary Beads
Orphan Colours - All On Red
Laura Benitez and the Heartache - With All Its Thorns


Dean Owens - Southern Wind
Beth Nielsen Chapman - Hearts of Glass
I'm With Her - See You Around
Rod Picott - Out Past The Wires
Caleb Caudle - Crushed Coins
Gem Andrews - North


Michelle LeBlanc - A Man Like You
Kathryn Roberts & Sean Lakeman - Personae
Korby Lenker - Thousand Springs
Scotty McCreery - Seasons Change
Courtney Marie Andrews - May Your Kindness Remain
Merritt Gibson - Eyes On Us
Ashley McBryde - Girl Going Nowhere


Don Gallardo - Still Here
Western Centuries - Songs From The Deluge
Bennett Wilson Poole - Bennett Wilson Poole
Charley Crockett - Lonesome as a Shadow
Old Crow Medicine Show - Volunteer
Ashley Monroe - Sparrow
Sam Morrow - Concrete And Mud
Daniel Meade - When Was the Last Time


Ben Glover - Shorebound
Birds of Chicago - Love in Wartime
Gretchen Peters - Dancing with the Beast
Michael McDermott - Out From Under
Kashena Sampson - Wild Heart


Karen Jonas - Butter
Carter Sampson - Lucky
Romantica - Outlaws
Skerryvore - Evo
Lachlan Bryan and the Wildes - Some Girls (Quite) Like Country Music


Letitia VanSant - Gut It To The Studs
Sons of Bill - Oh God Ma'am
Emma Jane - Treasures


A welcome break


Ruston Kelly - Dying Star
Kitty Macfarlane - Namer of Clouds
Adam's House Cat - Town Burned Down


Bob Collum and the Welfare Mothers - Pay Pack and Carry
JP Harris - Sometimes Dog Bark At Nothing
Stephen Simmons - Gall
Annie Oakley - Words We Mean
Hilary Scott - Don't Call Me Angel
Neilson Hubbard - Cumberland Island
Jamie Lin Wilson - Jumping Over Rocks
Carson McHone - Carousel

There will be no further album reviews for 2018, allowing time to digest some of the many fine releases that have graced the last ten months. Any albums submitted for November/December will still get an entry and link on the Album Release Directory page. Reviews for new releases will return in some format from January 2019.