Australian bluegrass star Kristy Cox has scored a stunning Billboard debut with her new album, No Headlights.  

He new album has come in at #2 on this week’s Billboard Bluegrass album chart.

No Headlights is Cox’s sixth album and her second release with US label, Mountain Fever Records.

Produced by the legendary Jerry Salley, No Headlights features some impressive musicians and vocalists.

Tommy Emmanuel, provides his trademark guitar prowess on ‘Finger Picking Good’ and Donna Ulisse showcases a beautiful guest vocal on ‘The One Who Makes You Cry.’

While Tammy Rogers joins Kristy on the title track, ‘No Headlights.’

Rounding out the album are Jason Roller on guitar & fiddle, Mike Bub on bass, mandolin & resonator guitar from Justin Moses.

Aaron McDaris provides banjo and Maggie Williams and Jerry Salley are on harmony vocals.

Well to say I am excited is an understatement!'No Headlights' has debuted at #2 ON THE Billboard Bluegrass album sales…

Posted by Kristy Cox onTuesday, 10 March 2020

This isn’t the first time Cox has appeared on the Billboard charts.

Her previous album, Ricochet, actually debuted at #1 on the same chart in 2018.

She also picked up back to back Golden Guitar Awards for Best Bluegrass Release in 2019 for ‘Ricochet’ and 2020 for ‘Yesterday’s Heartache.’

Check out ‘Yesterday’s Heartache’ by Kristy Cox

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Cox will play shows in Europe in May before returning to Australia to perform at the Groundwater Country Music festival, who recently won an Australian Tourism Award, in July.