Zach Bryan is still running rings around the Top Americana/Folk Albums for April 2023 with his long-awaited first major label debut album, American Heartbreak. The album has a whopping thirty-four songs, amounting to over two hours of music exploring the past five years of his life. Three more albums by Bryan are on the list, so you should also check them out!
Meanwhile, Chris Stapleton proves he is not going anywhere as he dominated this month’s list. He did so with his three albums of songs that echo his phenomenal songwriting and country roots. This includes his most recent album, Starting Over, his first new music since 2017.
On the other hand, Kacey Musgraves re-entered the list with Same Trailer Different Park. The album was released ten years ago as her debut studio album – showcasing Musgraves’ confident vision.
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There are so many more surprises in the Top Americana/Folk Albums for April 2023. So, keep scrolling below to find out what albums made it to this month’s list.
- American Heartbreak by Zach Bryan
- Traveller by Chris Stapleton
- Starting Over by Chris Stapleton
- Aurora (Soundtrack) Daisy Jones & The Six
- Hozier by Hozier
- Purgatory by Tyler Childers
- Five Seconds Flat by Lizzy McAlpine
- Easy On My Eyes by Stephen Sanchez
- Cleopatra by The Lumineers
- Elisabeth by Zach Bryan
- Wasteland, Baby! by Hozier
- Summertime Blues by Zach Bryan
- DeAnn by Zach Bryan
- Same Trailer Different Park by Kacey Musgraves
- This Old Dog by Mac DeMarco
- The Lumineers by The Lumineers
- Simon And Garfunkel’s Greatest Hits by Simon & Garfunkel
- In Between Dreams by Jack Johnson
- Country Squire by Tyler Childers
- Definitive All-Time Greatest Hits by John Denver
- Photographs & Memories: His Greatest Hits by Jim Croce
- From A Room: Volume 1 by Chris Stapleton
- Stranger In The Alps by Phoebe Bridgers
- Strange Trails by Lord Huron
- Dream Your Life Away by Vance Joy
So, which among the Top Americana/Folk Albums for April 2023 do you love the most?
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