15 Country Albums To Revisit While You’re Stuck At Home In Quarantine

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If nothing else, this quarantine time has give us all the chance to reflect on some things, and hopefully develop a newfound appreciation for all the stuff that we probably used to take for granted.

Little things like going outside, hanging out with friends and family, going to concerts, etc… but this time also gives us a chance to dive back into the things we forgot about. We’re watching old movies again, doing shit we’d never normally do like puzzles, and we’re streaming our favorite shows from back in the day. Shows that take us back to a time when life was a lot less chaotic.

And me? I’m taking this time to dive back into some old albums. Not too old, but within the past 20 years or so.

And I’m not talking about a few of my favorite songs either, I’m talking about sitting down, grabbing a cold beverage (or three) that’s alcoholic in nature, and letting that sucker run all the way through.

I’m not saying these ever fell out of the rotation completely, but I recently I gave ’em another good hard listen. And I think you should too. I still have a few on my to-do list, Whiskey Myers and Lee Ann Womack come to mind, but here’s where I’m at so far.

In no particular order…

Ashley Monroe – Like A Rose

Charlie Worsham – Beginning Of Things

Dierks Bentley – Dierks Bentley

Kacey Musgraves – Pageant Material

Brandy Clark – 12 Stories

Cody Jinks – Adobe Sessions

Aaron Watson – The Underdog

Pistol Annies – Hell On Heels

Miranda Lambert – The Weight Of These Wings

Turnpike Troubadours – Diamonds & Gasoline

Margo Price – Midwest Farmer’s Daughter

Sturgill Simpson – Metamodern Sounds In Country Music

Jamey Johnson – That Lonesome Song

Cody Johnson – Cowboy Like Me

Kip Moore – Up All Night

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock