Ashley McBryde Announces Sophomore Album ‘Never Will’ – Gets April 3 Release Date

Daniel Meigs

Country singer Ashley McBryde has had a whirlwind few years.

The Arkansas native first arrived on the country music scene in late 2017 with the release of her debut single, “A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega.”

She then she released her debut album Girl Going Nowhere in March 2018 and it charted at number seven on the Top Country Albums chart. The album was so well-received that it garnered a Grammy nomination for Best Country Album in 2019. For the January 26, 2020 Grammy Awards, she is up for Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance for her third single from that album, “Girl Goin’ Nowhere.”

Her success has followed her through the entire year of 2019, where she won New Female Vocalist of the Year at the April ACM Awards, Breakthrough Video of the Year at June’s CMT Music Awards, and New Artist of the Year at November’s CMA Awards.

McBryde is amping up for another massive year with the January 17th announcement of her sophomore album, which is titled Never Will. The album is slated for an April 3 release and has 11 new songs, including her latest single “One Night Standards.” McBryde is listed as a co-writer on all but two of the tracks.

NPR and Rolling Stone have both called Never Will one of the year’s most anticipated albums. While we do have to wait for April 3rd to hear the full album, pre-order it by clicking here

On Wednesday, January 15, she released a music video for “Martha Divine,” the album’s seventh track, making it her second release from her sophomore project.


McBryde released “One Night Standards” mid-December. You can watch that music video below.

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