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New Country Releases To Look Out For In March Feat. HARDY, Dylan Gossett, Luke Grimes & More

2024 has shown us a plethora of great releases, exciting announcements, and a world full of great tour stops! The momentum is still building as we dash into another month of great records and singles this spring. 

Dylan - William Basnett Hardy - Yahoo Luke - Via Facebook

The month kicks off strong by Kassi Ashton, Morgan Wade, Ryan Hurd and Trey Lewis releasing new projects on the first of the month. Ryan Hurd’s “Midwest Rock & Roll” is his first release in nearly three years after “Pelago”. The announcement of this project has turned the heads of Alana Springsteen, Conner Smith, and Kassi Ashton following numerous cozy teasers on his Instagram. 

Trey Lewis releases his sophomore album, Troublemaker, 11 years since his breakthrough debut. Gearing up for this new record, Lewis released an EP in February to give everyone a taste of what to expect on March 1. This includes his most recent singles “Pretty Hungover” and “Always You”. Trey says this album includes various chapters of his life that he wanted to share with the world.

Kassi Ashton and Morgan Wade bring us their first singles of the year on March 1. Kassi continues her female anthem streak with yet another song that will be easy to play real loud. Morgan presents us with a cold yet cozy song about longing for someone from afar. This slower ballad captures hearts and attention through lyrically seamless storytelling. This year will be full of surprises as we continue to unpack all that is ahead of us.

Yellowstone’s one and only Luke Grimes is set to make his full record debut on March 8 with a self-titled album, produced by the legendary Brent Cobb. Grimes released the track list to his Instagram on February 2nd, alongside releasing the first single off the album- “God and a Girl”. Fans certainly have been eager for this day to come for Grimes. There are clear influences within these songs that are credited to his country upbringing.

Kacey Musgraves surprised us all last month with the release of the inaugural single off her next album- "Deeper Well"'. If the rest of her record is represented by the likes of her single, we are in for some truth telling, realism, and deeper ground in her next project out March 15. "It's been a real good time but you've got dark energy, something I can't unsee, and I've got to take care of myself. I've found a deeper well" she melodically states as she unveils the thesis statement for her newest project. 

Nashville's iconic singer, songwriter, and producer, Luke Dick, has announced the release of his third full-length album, Lockelandon March 15th. Having written for artists like Miranda Lambert, The High Women, Dierks Bentley, Kip Moore, and beyond, it is always exciting when he releases an album for and from himself. Having elements of a free spirit, and some groovy characteristics, he debuted his upcoming record with the single "True Companion", which he initially wrote for another artists but decided to claim for himself. 

Chris Young joins the star-studded track list of March releases with Young Love & Saturday Nights out March 22nd. His largest album to date, the singer announced to Instagram, is packed with 18 songs- 5 of which are familiar to us and leaving the last 13 to suspense as we await the full release. "I've had an incredibly long run and don't plan on stopping anytime soon" he reminded fans before the surprise of his ninth album. 

Another release on March 22 leads us to Cody Jink's album- Change The Game. Teasers allude to his traditional old school country and independent sound with honest, straight to the heart songwriting in usual Jinks fashion. The title is also a nod towards Cody now being self-managed and associated with the independent music scene, which is a rare find in country music. "This is the most honest and open record I've ever recorded." Jinks stated in a December 1st Instagram post.

Kenny Chesney is on no projection of slowing down as he presents us with his 22nd album, Born, out March 22nd. Using 3 singles to get everyone ready for the alum, "Take Her Home" kicked off the launch of this next project, and "Just To Say We Did" was stated to be the song that sets the tone for Chesney's upcoming tour this summer. Dedicating it to fans and highlighting the #NoShoesNation family for tailgating and coming "to life every weekend". This project seamlessly captures the sound Kenny Chesney fans have come to know and love. Can't wait to crank it up this summer!

Breakout star Dylan Gossett is also giving us new music in March. On the 22nd, the Texas native will release his EP Via Big Loud Texas/Mercury Records. Songs In The Gravel. The EP features his recently released single “Bitter Winds,” as well as his latest offering Somewhere Between,” out now — listen here. On the new song, Gossett says: “I wrote 'Somewhere Between' after watching a video about a man who spent his life living on a train. I was struck by his story and his true independence — I wanted to create my own version of his story. The resulting song is a high-energy narrative about a wandering man, running away from his past, traveling state-to-state; each night finding a new home.”


Last but certainly not least, Hardy wraps up the month by presenting us with songs we've grown up on and tunes that grasped so many of us into the country music world...but this time with a twist. This new album is a Joe Diffie remix album Hixtape Vol. 3: DIFFTAPE, out March 29th. Hardy incorporated features from Morgan Wallen, Joe Diffie himself, and even Post Malone! This one is putting a twist on nostalgia.

We can not wait for these amazing projects to be out in the world this month, and to see the impact each song has on its listeners.


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