While readjusting to life amid a global pandemic, many artists have spent recent months in the studio readying new music. The 2022 new releases calendar is packed with albums from some of fans' favorite country, Americana, bluegrass and folk artists.

Brent Cobb, Greensky Bluegrass, Paul Cauthen, Dolly Parton, The Cactus Blossoms, Shovels & Rope and Hurray for the Riff Raff are among the artists who have already released incredible full-length records to be released in the new year.

Keep reading for a complete rundown of 2022's new country, Americana, bluegrass and folk album releases. This list will be updated as more albums and EPs are announced.

2022's New Country, Americana, Bluegrass and Folk Albums


Jan. 14: Connor Smith, Didn't Go Too Far
Jan. 14: Drew & Ellie Holcomb, Coming Home: A Collection of Songs
Jan. 14: Eliza Gilkyson, Songs From the River Wind
Jan. 14: Jacob Bryant, Bar Stool Preacher
Jan. 14: Jamestown Revival, Young Man
Jan. 14: Noah Guthrie, Blue Wall
Jan. 14: Punch Brothers, Hell on Church Street
Jan. 14: The Kernal, Listen to the Blood
Jan. 14: The Lumineers, Brightside
Jan. 21: Anna Ash, Sleeper
Jan. 21: Aoife O'Donovan, Age of Apathy
Jan. 21: Brothers Osborne, Skeletons (Deluxe Edition)
Jan. 21: Goodnight, Texas, How Long Will It Take Them To Die
Jan. 21: Greensky Bluegrass, Stress Dreams
Jan. 21: Janis Ian, The Light at the End of the Line
Jan. 21: John Mellencamp, Strictly a One-Eyed Jack
Jan. 21: Keb’ Mo’, Good to Be
Jan. 21: Tammy Rogers and Thomm Jutz, Surely Will Be Singing
Jan. 21: Texas Hill, Heaven Down Here
Jan. 21: The Whitmore Sisters, Ghost Stories
Jan. 21: Walker Hayes, Country Stuff the Album
Jan. 28: Adam Shoenfeld, All the Birds Sing
Jan. 28: Brent Cobb, And Now, Let’s Turn To Page…
Jan. 28: Grady Spencer & the Work, Wait
Jan. 28: John Mayall, The Sun is Shining Down
Jan. 28: Maddie & Tae, Through the Madness Vol. 1
Jan. 28: Morgan Wade, Reckless (Deluxe Edition)
Jan. 28: North Mississippi Allstars, Set Sail
Jan. 28: Rod + Rose, Rod + Rose
Jan. 28: Ryan Culwell, Run Like a Bull
Jan. 28: Sad Daddy, Way Up in the Hills


Feb. 4: B.J. Thomas, In Remembrance - Love Songs & Lost Treasures
Feb. 4: Chris Castino & Chicken Wire, Fresh Pickles
Feb. 4: Erin Rae, Lighten Up
Feb. 4: Kristy Cox, Shades of Blue
Feb. 4: Mason Jennings, Real Heart
Feb. 4: Sam Weber, Get Free
Feb. 11: Allison Moorer, Wish for You
Feb. 11: Amos Lee, Dreamland
Feb. 11: Big Thief, Ragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You
Feb. 11: Lynda Randle, Pilgrim Journey
Feb. 11: Priscilla Block, Welcome to the Block Party
Feb. 11: Sophie & the Broken Things, Delusions Of Grandeur
Feb. 11: The Cactus Blossoms, One Day
Feb. 18: Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros: Live in Colorado
Feb. 18: Eric Bolander, Can't Get There From Here
Feb. 18: George Birge, George Birge
Feb. 18: Hurray for the Riff Raff, Life on Earth
Feb. 18: Sarah Shook & the Disarmers, Nightroamer
Feb. 18: Shovels & Rope, Manticore
Feb. 18: Steve Poltz, Stardust & Satellites
Feb. 18: The Del McCoury Band, Almost Proud
Feb. 18: The Pine Hearts, Lost Love Songs
Feb. 25: Allison de Groot & Tatiana Hargreaves, Hurricane Clarice
Feb. 25: Anne Elise Hastings, Unmasking a Confidence Trickster
Feb. 25: David Ramirez, Rules and Regulations (EP)
Feb. 25: Jamie McDell, Jamie McDell
Feb. 25: Jody Collins, Spellbound
Feb. 25: The HawtThorns, Tarot Cards and Shooting Stars
Feb. 25: The Wooks, Flyin’ High
Feb. 25: Yonder Mountain String Band, Get Yourself Outside


March 4: Allegra Krieger, Precious Thing
March 4:
Brontë Fall, Winter (EP)
March 4:
Erinn Peet Lukes, EPL
March 4:
Jack Barksdale, Death of a Hummingbird
March 4:
Jackie Bristow, Outsider
March 4:
Suz Slezak, Our Wings May Be Featherless
March 7:
Dolly Parton, Run, Rose, Run
March 11: Brad Armstrong, Heart Like a Sigil
March 11: Ferris & Sylvester, Superhuman
March 11: Jeremy Ivey, Invisible Pictures
March 11: Lisa Morales, Rain in the Desert
March 11: Mary Simich, How Does One Begin
March 11: Teddy Grossman, Soon Come
March 18: Geneviève Racette, Satellite
March 18: Randall King, Shot Glass
March 18: Steve Dawson, Gone, Long Gone
March 18: The Edgar Loudermilk Band, The Dark Side of Lonesome
March 18: The Jason Lee McKinney Band, One Last Thing
March 25: Anderson East, M.W.N.D. / F.A.M.E.
March 25: Crash Taylor, Retired Outlaw
March 25: Darden Smith, Western Skies
March 25: Erin Kinsey, 40 East
March 25: Hannah Bethel, Until The Sun Comes Back Around (EP)
March 25: Ian Noe, River Fools & Mountain Saints
March 25: Jason Erie, Tiny Fires
March 25: Kevin Devine, Nothing's Real, So Nothing's Wrong
March 25: Maren Morris, Humble Quest
March 25: The Po' Ramblin' Boys, Never Slow Down
March 25: The Wilder Blue, The Wilder Blue
March 25: William Clark Green, Baker Hotel


April 1: Elliah Heifetz, First Generation American
April 1: Erisy Watt, Eyes Like the Ocean
April 1: Paul Cauthen, Country Coming Down
April 1: Thomas Rhett, Where We Started
April 8: Amy Speace, Tucson
April 8: Caitlyn Smith, High
April 8: Cole Swindell, Stereotype
April 8: Dillon Vanders, Wildfires
April 8: Good Looks, Bummer Year
April 8: Jack Broadbent, Ride
April 8: Jack White, Fear of the Dawn
April 8: Roxi Copland, I Come From Crazy (EP)
April 13: Jessica Willis Fisher, Brand New Day
April 15: Alameda, Born Losers
April 15: David Quinn, Country Fresh
April 15: Eric Paslay, Even If It Breaks Your Barefoot Friday Night
April 15: Kurt Vile, (watch my moves)
April 22: Bonnie Raitt, Just Like That…
April 22: Charley Crockett, Lil G.L. Presents: Jukebox Charley
April 22: Jason Aldean, Macon, Georgia
April 22: Old Crow Medicine Show, Paint This Town
April 22: Railroad Earth, All for the Song
April 22: Tenille Townes, Masquerades (EP)
April 29: Caroline Spence, True North
April 29: Corb Lund, Songs My Friends Wrote
April 29: Eli “Paperboy” Reed, Down Every Road
April 29: Erika Lewis, A Walk Around the Sun
April 29: Miranda Lambert, Palomino
April 29: Ron Pope, It's Gonna Be a Long Night (EP)
April 29: The Coffis Brothers, Turn My Radio Up
April 29: William Beckmann, Faded Memories (EP)
April 29: Willie Nelson, A Beautiful Time


May 5: Lisa Morales, El Amor No Es Cobarde
May 6:
Aaron Raitiere, Single Wide Dreamer
May 6: Brennen Leigh, Obsessed with the West
May 6: Leyla McCalla, Breaking The Thermometer
May 6: Luke Winslow King, If These Walls Could Talk
May 6: Ryan Sheridan, Americana
May 6: Sheryl Crow, Sheryl: Music From the Feature Documentary
May 6: The Americans, Stand True
May 6: Timothy B. Schmit, Day By Day
May 13: Delbert McClinton, Outdated Emotion
May 13: Kamara Thomas, Tularosa: An American Dreamtime
May 13: Victor Mucho, Moonlight in Visby
May 20: Avi Kaplan, Floating on a Dream
May 20: Banditos, Right On
May 20: Grant-Lee Phillips, All That You Can Dream
May 20: Jo Schornikow, Altar
May 20: Laney Jones, Stories Up High
May 20: Steve Earle & The Dukes, Jerry Jeff
May 20: Wilco, Cruel Country
May 20: Zach Bryan, American Heartbreak


June 3: Andrew Bird, Inside Problems
June 3: Angel Olsen, Big Time
June 3: Drive-By Truckers, Welcome 2 Club XIII
June 3: Eli Young Band, Love Talking
June 3: Mary Gauthier, Dark Enough to See the Stars
June 3: S.G. Goodman, Teeth Marks
June 3: Sophia Scott, One of These Days (EP)
June 3: The Blue Dogs, Big Dreamers
June 10: American Aquarium, Chicamacomico
June 10: Bill Anderson, As Far As I Can See: The Best Of
June 10: Carrie Underwood, Denim & Rhinestones
June 10: Jillian Jacqueline, Honestly
June 10: Michaela Anne, Oh To Be That Free
June 10: Patty Griffin, Tape
June 10: Ray Fulcher, Spray Painted Line
June 10: The Slocan Ramblers, Up the Hill and Through the Fog
June 17: Aaron Watson, Unwanted Man
June 17: Brett Eldredge, Songs About You
June 17: Coffey Anderson, Come On With It (EP)
June 17: Hank Williams Jr., Rich White Honky Blues
June 24: CAAMP, Lavender Days
June 24: Jimmie Allen, Tulip Drive
June 24: Luke Combs, Growin' Up
June 24: Lydia Luce, Garden Songs (EP)


July 1: Teddy & The Rough Riders, Teddy & The Rough Riders
July 8: Kimberly Kelly, I’ll Tell You What’s Gonna Happen
July 8:
Laura Veirs, Found Light
July 8:
The Deslondes, Ways & Means
July 15: Arlo McKinley, This Mess We’re In
July 15:
Parker Twomey, All This Life
July 15:
Tami Neilson, Kingmaker
July 15:
The Local Honeys, The Local Honeys
July 15:
Ty Herndon, Jacob
July 15:
We Banjo 3, Open the Road
July 15:
Whitney Lockert, Long Way to California
July 22: David Rosales, Revive
July 22:
Dawes, Misadventures of Doomscroller
July 22:
Jack White, Entering Heaven Alive
July 22:
Joe Pug, Nation of Heat Revisited
July 22:
John Moreland, Birds in the Ceiling
July 22:
Nathan Kalish, Great Big Motel Bed in the Sky
July 22:
Nicolle Galyon, Firstborn
July 29: Amanda Shires, Take It Like a Man
July 29: Brooke Eden, Choosing You
July 29: Josh Rouse, Going Places
July 29: Whiskey Myers, Tornillo


Aug. 5: Dylan Scott, Livin' My Best Life
Aug. 5:
John Calvin Abney, Tourist
Aug. 5:
Various Artists, Something Borrowed, Something New: A Tribute to John Anderson
Aug. 12:
Kelsey Waldon, No Regular Dog
Aug. 12: Mariel Buckley, Everywhere I Used to Be
Aug. 12: Steve Moakler, Make a Little Room
Aug. 12: Sykamore, Pinto
Aug. 12: Wade Bowen, Somewhere Between the Secret and the Truth
Aug. 19: Early James, Strange Time to Be Alive
Aug. 26: Bri Bagwell, Corazón y Cabeza
Aug. 26: Juna N Joey, Juna N Joey (EP)
Aug. 26: Marcus King, Young Blood
Aug. 26: Valerie June, Under Cover (EP)


Sept. 2: Ian Flanigan, Strong
Sept. 2:
Jon Pardi, Mr. Saturday Night
Sept. 2:
Parker Gispert, Golden Years
Sept. 2: Martha Spencer, Wonderland
Sept. 2:
Ragland, Guardian
Sept. 9:
Breland, Cross Country
Sept. 9: Charley Crockett, The Man From Waco
Sept. 9: Derek Hoke, Electric Mountain
Sept. 9: I Draw Slow, I Draw Slow
Sept. 9: Jeremy McComb, The Way Back
Sept. 9: Kane Brown, Different Man
Sept. 9: Rocky Votolato, Wild Roots
Sept. 16: Adam Hood, Bad Days Better
Sept. 16: Amy Ray, If It All Goes South,
Sept. 16: Brei Carter, Brand New Country
Sept. 16: Clayton Anderson, Made in the USA
Sept. 16: Dailey & Vincent, Let's Sing Some Country!
Sept. 16: Gene Watson, Outside the Box
Sept. 16: Hot Buttered Rum, Shine All Night
Sept. 16: Kat & Alex, Side A EP
Sept. 16: LeAnn Rimes, god's plan
Sept. 16: Little Big Town, Mr. Sun
Sept. 16: Mitchell Tenpenny, This is the Heavy
Sept. 23: Buick Audra, Conversations with My Other Voice
Sept. 23: Chris Canterbury, Quaalude Lullabies
Sept. 23: Jake Blount, The New Faith
Sept. 23: Kelsea Ballerini, Subject to Change
Sept. 23: Kendell Marvel, Come on Sunshine
Sept. 23: Maddie & Tae, Through The Madness Vol. 2
Sept. 23: Nikki Lane, Denim & Diamonds
Sept. 23: Sunny Sweeney, Married Alone
Sept. 28: Brandi Carlile, In These Silent Days (Deluxe)
Sept. 30: Adam Doleac, Barstool Whiskey Wonderland
Sept. 30: Ashley McBryde, Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville
Sept. 30: Ben Burgess, Tears the Size of Texas
Sept. 30: David Adam Byrnes, Keep Up With a Cowgirl
Sept. 30: Drew Baldridge, Country Born
Sept. 30: Dropkick Murphys, This Machine Still Kills Fascists
Sept. 30: Jennifer Hart, 1992 (EP)
Sept. 30: John Fullbright, The Liar
Sept. 30: Kristian Bush, 52-New Blue
Sept. 30: Mariana Devlin, A Great Many Things
Sept. 30: Mary Bragg, Mary Bragg
Sept. 30: Ragged Union, Round Feet, Chrome Smile
Sept. 30: Shadowlands, November Songs (EP)
Sept. 30: Tyler Childers, Can I Take My Hounds to Heaven?
Sept. 30: Zach Williams, A Hundred Highways


Oct. 7: Avery Anna, Mood Swings (EP)
Oct. 7: Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros, Live in Colorado, Vol. 2
Oct. 7: Bonny Light Horseman, Rolling Golden Holy
Oct. 7: Caleb Caudle, Forsythia
Oct. 7: Courtney Marie Andrews, Loose Future
Oct. 7: Courtney Patton, Electrostatic
Oct. 7: Everette, Kings Of The Dairy Queen Parking Lot: Side B
Oct. 7: Ginger Wildheart & The Sinners, Ginger Wildheart & The Sinners
Oct. 7: Nora O’Connor, My Heart
Oct. 7: Rory Block, Ain’t Nobody Worried
Oct. 7: The California Honeydrops, Soft Spot
Oct. 7: Town Mountain, Lines in the Levee
Oct. 7: Violet Bell, Shapeshifter
Oct. 14: Bailey Zimmerman, Leave the Light On (EP)
Oct. 14: Callista Clark, Real to Me: The Way I Feel
Oct. 14: Dolly Parton, A Holly Dolly Christmas Ultimate Deluxe
Oct. 14: Kylie Morgan, Songs to Say I Do (EP)
Oct. 14: M. Lockwood Porter, Sisyphus Happy
Oct. 14: Miko Marks, Feel Like Coming Home
Oct. 14: Randy Rogers Band, Homecoming
Oct. 14: Sam Williams, Glasshouse Children: Tilted Crown
Oct. 14: War Hippies, War Hippies
Oct. 21: Alex Williams, Waging Peace
Oct. 21: Jamie O'Neal, Spirit & Joy
Oct. 21: Jo Smith, Wyoming
Oct. 21: Sam Grow, Manchester
Oct. 21: Spencer Crandall, Western
Oct. 21: Taylor Swift, Midnights
Oct. 28: Gabe Lee, The Hometown Kid
Oct. 28: Honey Harper, Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky
Oct. 28: Jonathan Tyler, Underground Forever
Oct. 28: Joseph Shipp, Free, for a While
Oct. 28: Lainey Wilson, Bell Bottom Country
Oct. 28: Mali Obomsawin, Sweet Tooth
Oct. 28: Mike Ryan, Longcut
Oct. 28: The Great Divide, Providence


Nov. 4: Emily Nenni, On the Ranch
Nov. 4: Russell Dickerson, Russell Dickerson
Nov. 4: Stephanie Quayle, On the Edge
Nov. 11: Craig Morgan, God, Family, Country (Deluxe Edition)
Nov. 11: Larkin Poe, Blood Harmony
Nov. 11: Randy Houser, Note to Self
Nov. 11: Various Artists, Live Forever: A Tribute to Billy Joe Shaver
Nov. 18: Billy Strings, Me/And/Dad
Nov. 18: Bo Armstrong, if your tired heart is aching...
Nov. 18: Caitlin Rose, CAZIMI
Nov. 18: Dolly Parton, Diamonds & Rhinestones: the Greatest Hits Collection
Nov. 18: Scotty McCreery, Same Truck: the Deluxe Album
Nov. 18: Willie Nelson, Live at Bodukan


Dec. 2: Adeem the Artist, White Trash Revelry
Dec. 2: Kevin Serey, Hard Truths & Tall Tales
Dec. 2: Sam Platts and the Plainsman, West Side
Dec. 9: Brandon Ratcliff, Tale Of Two Towns Vol. 1
Dec. 9: Justin Hiltner, 1992
Dec. 9: My Politic, Missouri Folklore: Songs & Stories From Home
Dec. 16: Adam Warner, What We're Known For

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