New music from Little Big Town, the Cadillac Three and more is on the radar for 2020 — and that's just what we know about so far. The new year is still a couple of months away, which leaves plenty of time to add to the country albums release calendar.

There are also plenty of artists with new projects in the works: Luke Bryan, Carly Pearce, Chris Young and more have all shared that they've been creating new music as of late, so fans can expect even more big album announcements for 2020.

Want to know what new music is in store for country fans in 2020? We've got the complete rundown below — or you can flip through the photo gallery above for more.

2020's Must-Hear New Country Albums

Jan. 10: Ronnie Dunn, Re-Dunn
Jan. 10:
Tenille Arts, Love, Heartbreak & Everything In Between
Jan. 17:
Dustin Lynch, Tullahoma
Jan. 17: Little Big Town, Nightfall
Jan. 17: Morgan Myles, Therapy

Feb. 7: The Cadillac Three, Country Fuzz
Feb. 7: Aubrie Sellers, Far From Home
Feb. 7: Tenille Townes, Road to the Lemonade Stand EP
Feb. 14: Carly Pearce, Carly Pearce
Feb. 28: Midland, Live at the Palomino

March 6: Brandy Clark, Your Life Is a Record
March 6: Lauren Alaina, Getting Good EP
March 13
: Caitlyn Smith, Supernova
March 20: Kelsea Ballerini, Kelsea
March 27: Ingrid Andress, Lady Like

April 3: Ashley McBryde, Never Will
April 3: Sam Hunt, Southside
April 10: Maddie & Tae, The Way It Feels
April 24
: Luke Bryan, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here — POSTPONED TO AUG. 7!

May 1: Dixie Chicks, Gaslighter — POSTPONED!
May 1
: Hot Country Knights, The K Is Silent
May 1: Kenny Chesney, Here and Now
May 8: Margo Price, That's How Rumors Get Started
May 8: Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Reunions
May 15: Chase Rice, The Album (Part II)
May 15: Sara Evans, Copy That
May 22: Craig Morgan, God, Family, Country
May 22: High Valley, Grew Up On That
May 29: Kip Moore, Wild World

June 19: Clint Black, Out of Sane
June 19:  Gabby Barrett, Goldmine
June 26: Tenille Townes, The Lemonade Stand

July 10: Brett Eldredge, Sunday Drive
July 10: Jimmie Allen, Bettie James EP
July 10: Ray Wylie Hubbard, Co-Starring
July 31: Rascal Flatts, How They Remember You EP

Aug. 7: Cassadee Pope, Rise and Shine
Aug. 7: Joel Crouse, Wasteland
Aug. 7:
 Luke Bryan, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here
Aug. 14: Eric Paslay, Nice Guy
Aug. 14: Kane Brown, The Mixtape Vol. 1 EP
Aug. 14: Lindsay Ell, Heart Theory
Aug. 14: Mo Pitney, Ain't Lookin' Back
Aug. 14: Caylee Hammack, If It Wasn't For You
Aug. 21: Josh Turner, Country State of Mind
Aug. 21: Tim McGraw, Here On Earth
Aug. 21 :Tucker Beathard, King
Aug. 28: Ryan Griffin, Name On It

Sept. 4: Hardy, A Rock
Sept. 4: Lauren Alaina, Getting Over Him
Sept. 4: Tyler Rich, Two Thousand Miles
Sept. 11: Mickey Guyton, Bridges
Sept. 11: Riley Green, If It Wasn't for Trucks EP
Sept. 18
: Keith Urban, The Speed of Now Part 1
Sept. 25: Carrie Underwood, My Gift
Sept. 25: Filmore, State I'm In
Sept. 25: Terri Clark, It's Christmas ... Cheers!
Sept. 25: Granger Smith, Country Things, Vol. 1

Oct. 2: Dolly Parton, A Holly Dolly Christmas
Oct. 2: Rascal Flatts, Twenty Years of Rascal Flatts: The Greatest Hits
Oct. 9:
Brothers Osborne, Skeletons
Oct. 16: Runaway June, When I Think About Christmas EP
Oct. 16: Tanya Tucker, Live from the Troubadour EP
Oct. 16: Trace Adkins, Ain't That Kind of Cowboy EP
Oct. 23: The Cadillac Three, Tabasco and Sweet Tea
Oct. 23: Maddie & Tae, We Need Christmas EP
Oct. 23: Terry McBride, Rebels & Angels
Oct. 30:
Cam, The Other Side
Oct. 30: For King & Country, A Drummer Boy Christmas
Oct. 30: Wynonna, Recollections EP

Nov. 6: Home Free, Warmest Winter
Nov. 13
: Chris Stapleton, Starting Over
Nov. 13: Josh Abbott Band, The Highway Kind
Nov. 20: Garth Brooks, Fun
Nov. 20: Koe Wetzel, Sellout
Nov. 20: Lee Brice, Hey World
Nov. 20: Ward Davis, Black Cats and Crows

Dec. 4: Russell Dickerson, Southern Symphony

To Be Announced ...

Chris Young, album title TBA
Dan + Shay, album title TBA
Drive-By Truckers, album title TBA