Not much is new for the top bluegrass albums for February 2023, except for Watchhouse, who re-entered this month’s list with their self-titled album.
The Americana duo based in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, surprised everyone in 2021 when they announced that they were changing their name after building a nearly ten-year career as the band Mandolin Orange. While it was somewhat an inexplicable move, their adherence to the sound the band had become known for – such as the pristine acoustic picking – endured and warmly welcomed.
Meanwhile, Billy Strings still ranks atop this month’s list with his album Me/And/Dad, which is a breathtaking collection of bluegrass covers alongside his father, guitarist Terry Barber. Following him closely on the list is the second collaborative studio album by two of the most singular voices in music history – Robert Plant and Alison Krauss. The duo have been translating traditional Americana into the mainstream, and they’ve been successful by far.
So, let’s get the ball rolling! We are giving you the top bluegrass albums for February 2023.
- Me/And/Dad by Billy Strings
- Raise the Roof by Robert Plant/Alison Krauss
- Renewal by Billy Strings
- The Ballad Of Dood & Juanita by Sturgill Simpson
- Run, Rose, Run by Dolly Parton
- Alpenglow by Trampled By Turtles
- Crooked Tree by Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway
- Country Faith Bluegrass by Various Artists
- Watchhouse by Watchhouse
- My Bluegrass Heart by Bela Fleck
So, what do you think of these top bluegrass albums for February 2023?
Alison Krauss, Billy Strings, Dolly Parton, Robert Plant, Sturgill Simpson