9 Country Albums We Can’t Believe Are Turning 10 In 2019

Carrie Underwood 'Play On'

Released on November 3, 2009, ‘Play On’ earned Carrie her ninth No. 1 song, “Temporary Home,” and spawned well-known country hits “Cowboy Casanova,” “Undo It,” and “Mama’s Song.”

Dierks Bentley'Feel That Fire'

The Burning Man himself was laying the groundwork with this album, which was released on February 3, 2009. The first two singles, “Sideways” and “Feel That Fire” shot to the top of Billboard.

Eric Church 'Carolina'

On March 24, 2009, Eric released his second studio album, 'Carolina.' “Love Your Love The Most,” landed Eric his first top 10 hit and “Hell On The Heart” and “Smoke A Little Smoke” gave him staying power.

Jason Aldean'Wide Open'

Coming in hot with a third studio album, Jason released ‘Wide Open’ on April 7, 2009. “Big Green Tractor” was heard loud and clear from Jason’s 2009 show dates. To this day, fans continue to belt other singles found on this record including, “She’s Country,” “The Truth,” and “Crazy Town.”

Justin Moore 'Justin Moore'

Justin hit the scene with his first studio album. Need we say more? Maybe not, but we will. The self-titled album produced four singles including, "Back That Thing Up," "Small Town USA," "Backwoods" and "How I Got to Be This Way." “Small Town USA,” became Justin’s first number 1 and set the bar for his songwriting cred.

Keith Urban'Defying Gravity'

Before ripcords can be pulled, you first have to challenge the earth’s pull. That’s exactly what happened on March 31, 2009 when Keith dropped his sixth studio album containing five singles, “Sweet Thing,” “Only You Can Love Me This Way,” “Kiss A Girl,” “Til Summer Comes Around” and “Im In.”

Luke Bryan'Doing My Thing'

October 6, 2009, Luke released his second studio album, Doing My Thing' . His single, “Rain Is A Good Thing” notched number 1 on the charts and became an anthem for country fans.

Reba McEntire'Keep On Loving You'

‘Keep On Loving You’ was Reba’s 25th studio album. Yes, TWENTY-FIFTH. The project was released on August 18, 2009, and produced three singles for the redheaded global superstar “Strange,” “Consider Me Gone,” and “Keep On Loving You.”

Miranda Lambert 'Revolution'

Miranda released this single stacked album on September 29, 2009. The project included singles, “Dead Flowers,” “White Liar,” “The House That Built Me,” “Only Prettier,” and “Heart Like Mine.” The album was so good that it claimed ‘Album Of The Year’ at both the 2009 ACM and CMA Awards.

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