Florida Georgia Line, Maren Morris, Brad Paisley and Tim McGraw are four artists with new country albums slated for 2019, but how long are they going to make you wait?

Very few release dates have been announced for the year's biggest albums, but country fans are amped for albums by Texan Cody Johnson and hitmaker Randy Houser, both slated for January. Carly Pearce, Old Dominion, LoCash and Aaron Watson are a few more with new albums coming, and we're hearing rumblings from Brantley Gilbert's people ... but we're not supposed to talk about that yet.

Artists who may be due to release new music but haven't shared specifics include: Miranda Lambert, Chris Young and Thomas Rhett. Luke Combs also revealed that he's hard at work on new music, as is newcomer Riley Green. Which of these albums will be the surprise album of 2019? Take a look at our list so far and then share which album you're looking forward to in the comments section below.

New Country Music Releases for 2019:

Jan. 11: Randy Houser, Magnolia
Jan 18
: Cody Johnson: Ain't Nothin' To It
Jan. 18: Hardy, Where to Find Me EP
Jan. 18: Ronnie Milsap, Ronnie Milsap: The Duets
Jan. 25: Farewell Angelina, Women & Wine EP
Jan. 25: Sundance Head, Stained Glass and Neon

Feb. 1: Cassadee Pope, Stages
Feb. 8: Jacob Bryant, Practice What I Preach
Feb. 15
: Florida Georgia Line, Can't Say I Ain't Country
Feb. 15: Hayes Carll: What It Is
Feb. 15: Trisha Yearwood, Let's Be Frank

March 8: Fairground Saints, Magic
March 8: Maren Morris, Girl
March 15: Lauren Jenkins, No Saint
March 29George Strait, Honky Tonk Time Machine
March 29: Jake Owen, Greetings From ... Jake
March 29: LoCash, Brothers
March 29: Steve Earle and the Dukes, Guy

April 5: Brooks & Dunn, Reboot
April 5: Reba McEntire, Stronger Than the Truth
April 12: Aaron Lewis, State I'm In
April 26: Dylan Scott, Nothing To Do Town EP
April 26: Maddie & Tae, One heart to Another EP
April 26: Randy Rogers band, Hell Bent

May 3: Joy Williams, Front Porch
May 10: Rodney Atkins, Caught Up In the Country
May 24: Billy Ray Cyrus, The SnakeDoctor Circus
May 24: Matt Stell, Everywhere But On EP
May 31: Austin Jenckes, If You Grew Up Like I Did
May 31: Thomas Rhett, Center Point Road

June 7: Jennifer Nettles, I Can Do Hard Things EP
June 7:
Luke Combs, The Prequel EP
June 14:
 Montgomery Gentry, Outskirts EP
June 14: Riley Green, Get That Man a Beer EP
June 21
: Aaron Watson, Red Bandana
June 28: Josh Abbott Band, Catching Fire EP
June 28: Runaway June, Blue Roses

July 26: Justin Moore, Late Nights and Longnecks
July 26: Home Free, Dive Bar Saints

Aug. 2: Tyler Childers, Country Squire
Aug. 15:
Rodney Crowell, Texas
Aug. 16: Hunter Hayes, Wild Blue
Aug. 16
: Tracy Lawrence, Made In America
Aug. 23: Kevin Fowler, Barstool Stories
Aug. 23: Midland, Let It Roll
Aug. 23: Tanya Tucker, While I'm Living
Aug. 23: Taylor Swift, Lover
Aug. 23: Ty Herndon, Got It Covered
Aug. 23: Vince Gill, Okie
Aug. 30: Country Music — A Film By Ken Burns Soundtrack (5 CD Box Set)
Aug. 30: Sheryl Crow, Threads
Aug. 30: Trisha Yearwood, Every Girl

Sept. 6: The Highwomen, The Highwomen
Sept. 13: Brett Young, The Acoustic Sessions EP
Sept. 13Country Music — A Film By Ken Burns Soundtrack (2CD, 2LP and digital configurations)
Sept. 20: Colt Ford, We the People
Sept. 20: Riley Green, Different 'Round Here
Sept. 20: Zac Brown Band, The Owl
Sept. 27:
Jon Pardi, Heartache Medication
Sept. 27: Kalie Shorr, Open Book
Sept. 27: Whiskey Myers, Whiskey Myers

Oct. 4: Brantley Gilbert, Fire & Brimstone
Oct. 4: King Calaway, Rivers
Oct. 11: Kelleigh Bannen, Favorite Colors
Oct. 18:
Chris Janson, Real Friends
Oct. 25
: Old Dominion, Old Dominion

Nov. 1: Hootie & the Blowfish, Imperfect Circle
Nov. 1: Miranda Lambert, Wildcard
Nov. 8: Luke Combs, What You See Is What You Get
Nov. 15: Lady Antebellum, Ocean
Nov. 22: Jason Aldean, 9

Dec. 13: Blake Shelton, Fully Loaded: God's Country

Jan. 17, 2020: Little Big Town, Nightfall 
January 2020: Ronnie Dunn, Re-Dunn

Feb. 7, 2020: The Cadillac Three, Country Fuzz

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