July will be hot -- in terms of new music, that is. Eleven country artists are releasing new albums during the seventh month of 2016, and it's time for The Boot's readers to select one of those 10 to be our July 2016 Album of the Month.

Sara Watkins will kick off July's new release schedule with her Young in All the Wrong Ways project, which is due out on July 1. The following Friday (July 8), Kenny Chesney will debut Some Town SomewhereKree Harrison will drop her debut album, This Old Thing, and Mark Chesnutt will release Tradition Lives.

July 15 will bring four new country projects: Steven Tyler's first-ever solo disc, We're All Somebody From Somewhere, the Earls of Leicester's Rattle & RoarDavid Nail's Fighter and Confederate Railroad's Lucky to Be Alive. No new releases are scheduled for July 22, but Lori McKenna, Hillary Scott & the Scott Family and Jake Owen will round out the month with The Bird & the Rifle, Love Remains and American Love on July 29.

Which of July's new releases are you most looking forward to? Vote for your pick for Album of the Month in the poll below; you can vote as often as once per hour through the end of the month (June 30 at 11:59PM ET).

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