The year of 2016 is brimming with new country music. This week’s playlist features songs from artists set to release a new album in 2016.

1. “It’s About Time” by Hank Williams Jr.
Hank Williams Jr. has been named both the ACM and CMA’s Entertainer of the Year, accumulated more than 75 Top 40 country records and has sold more than 70 million records worldwide. His numbers will continue to rise this year, as he just recently released a new album on January 15 named, It’s About Time.

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2. “You’re Dreaming” by The Cactus Blossoms
Brothers Page Burkum and Jack Torrey made a name for themselves first in Minneapolis, Minnesota, performing with other people. Now, the boys have a handful of concerts currently scheduled in the Midwest and Northeast in January and February.

The Cactus Blossoms’ You’re Dreaming was just released on January 22.

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3. “In America” by Dianna Corcoran
Australian star Dianna Corcoran is releasing In America on January 29. Corcoran is a self-produced artist who has earned the privilege of recording at Nashville’s, “Ocean Way,” “Warner” and “Fool on the Hill” Studios. The album, In America, contains twelve tracks highlighting Australian country music.

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4. “New City Blues” by Aubrie Sellers
Nashville musician Aubrie Sellers’ debut album, New City Blues, hits the streets on January 29. Sellers’ said the album uses bluegrass and blues melodies and repurposed them into something more raw and edgy.

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5. “The Driver” by Charles Kelley
Singer from Lady Antebellum Charles Kelley’s first debut solo project, The Driver will be released on February 05. The band told fans not to worry about Lady Antebellum breaking up on Good Morning America back in October. “Lady Antebellum is always going to be my priority … there was just this artistic pool that I just wanted to, wanted to just try this and it was perfect timing,” Kelley said.

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