Women In Country Spotlight: 2024 Winter & Spring Album Roundup

Albums released by Female Country Artists Spring and Winter 2024

Women In Country across Canada are at the top of their game. Just four months into the year and we’ve got a number of exceptional albums and EPs released by top and emerging women in country music.

Check out nine records out this year so far by chart-topper MacKenzie Porter, Quebec sensation Brittany Kennell, and more!

9 Records to Check Out Before Summer

1. MacKenzie Porter – Nobody’s Born with a Broken Heart (April 26)

MacKenzie Porter’s Big Loud debut is a 19-song record delving into themes of heartbreak, new love, and more. Due for release April 26, top tracks that have already been released include “Easy To Miss”, “Bet You Break My Heart”, and “Have Your Beer”.

2. Alee – Love, Again (April 26)

Love, Again is the brand new album from Alee set for release April 26. Smash songs like “Ain’t For The Beer” featuring Troy Cartwright, “Stop Making Trucks”, and “Love Songs” will be featured along with two brand new songs.

RELATED: Alee joined us on for a great episode On The Porch …

3. Nice Horse – Nice Horse (April 19)

The highly anticipated release from Nice Horse includes Top 50 single, “Things I Wish I Didn’t Know”, festival favourite “Til I Do”, the new single “Running Out Of Reasons” and more!

4. Brittany Kennell – Pink Collar (April 12)

Brittany Kennell’s sophomore album digs into the many themes of life, like heartbreak, independence, friendship, and finding love again. “Wrong Horse” features fellow Canadian powerhouse Kelly Prescott. 

5. Taylor-Rae – Honest (April 5)

Taylor-Rae closed out a fundamental chapter in her emerging career with title-track “Honest”, where she leans into a more vulnerable side. The debut EP Honest, also features power ballad “If This Is Love” and breakout single “Hellbent”.

6. Sykamore – Through The Static (March 29)

Sykamore’s Highway Towns is a follow up to her 2022 album Pinto. The EP features “Highway Towns” and “Emotional”. Sykamore dives into a creative side with both songwriting and production.

7. Parker Graye – Lyin’ To Me (March 1)

Parker Graye released “Lyin’ To Me” as the title track to her debut EP. Lyin’ To Me features Top 40 single “Good at Gettin’ Gone” and summer smash “One That Got Away”. Lyin’ To Me puts a bow on a catalog of “saddies for the baddies”.

8. Kalsey Kulyk – Outlaw Poetry (February 23)

Kalsey Kulyk’s dreamy western album Outlaw Poetry romanticizes the love and loss of the cowboy. “Love Me Like An Outlaw” crashed into the Top 20 earlier this year, with new cheeky songs “Dontcha” “Blame It On a Man” and “Better Think Twice” bringing an added flare to the album.

9. Robyn Ottolini – Growing Up To Do (January 19)

2024 kicked off with Robyn Ottolini’s Growing Up To Do. With the title saying it all, songs highlight relationships, being miles and miles from home, and friendship. “Heartless” and “House I Grew Up In” add balance to the fun “All My Friends Are Hot” and “Midas”.

Check out more from Canada’s emerging and top Women In Country at our playlist on Spotify!

In country music, the Front Porch has long been a place of reflection. A place where you can look at the life you have inside that front door. A place where time almost seems to stand still, where you can get away. It’s also a place where you can go to observe the world as it passes by you. To think about your place out there beyond the driveway.

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