Chris Stapleton To Headline Benefit Concert In Kentucky With Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow & More

Chris StapletonChris Stapleton continues to hint that new music is coming in the near future. In addition to his work as a solo artist, Stapleton is also featured on Justin Timberlake’s Say Something.” The music video—which was filmed in a single shot at L.A.’s historic Bradbury Building—has been viewed over 287 million times.

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Carolina Confessions is confirmation of a preternaturally mature artist coming into his own; it’s a sprawling, scintillating work that affirms King as one of today’s most engaging, singular songwriters. He may be young, but King’s eloquent songs, expressive guitar playing, and ecstatically soulful singing mark this gifted, thoughtful young prodigy as a force to be reckoned with.

Another memorable performance by Chris, was when he appeared on the finale of season 12 of The Voice. Chris’s music was no stranger to the show, as contestants played his song Tennessee Whiskey” in quite a few auditions. It was the first time that Chris appeared on the show himself, though. He blew the audience away with his performance.

The Ballad of the Lonesome Cowboy” has been made widely available, and gives country listeners an opportunity to hear Stapleton backed by some steel guitar again, and more Western-style music than the country soul of much of his original material. It’s part of the upcoming ‘Toy Story 4′ movie.

While it may veer more into the blues than some Stapleton fans are used to, “Minimum Wage” – the other unreleased song he performed during his Omaha set – also stays true to the singer’s roots. After all, Stapleton’s first-ever foray into mainstream success, a twist on “Tennessee Whiskey,” took cues from the powerhouse soul inflections of Etta James ‘ “I Would Rather Go Blind.” Since then, the singer has made a masterful case for the blending of country music with soul and the blues.

Musical acts that somehow make it through the narrow gaps that open up in the otherwise uniform country music front – a front dominated by pretty boys singing pop-rock-country songs – usually don’t last long. Chris Stapleton bucks Nashville orthodoxy in almost every way imaginable and yet it seems the singer-songwriter has developed a strong, unbreakable grip on a large audience.

In 2015, Stapleton won three awards at the 2015 CMA Awards: Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, and New Artist of the Year. He has also contributed to several other songs and tracks.

Chris Stapleton appeared to be one of those overnight storybook sensations: a troubadour who came out of nowhere to become a major star in the autumn of 2015 on the strength of his debut album, Traveller.

Kentucky-born Chris Stapleton is a multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM Award-winner and one of Nashville’s most respected and beloved musicians. Following his breakthrough solo debut album Traveller, Stapleton released two No. 1 albums last year. Both From A Room: Volume 1 and From A Room: Volume 2 take their name from legendary RCA Studio A, where they were recorded with Grammy Award winning producer, Dave Cobb.

In the fall of 2015, Stapleton became the first artist to ever to win Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and New Artist of the Year at the Country Music Association Awards, where he and Justin Timberlake performed a show-stealing duet of the George Jones classic, “Tennessee Whiskey” and Timberlake’s “Drink You Away.” In 2016, the Grammy committee took notice, granting him four nominations and then two awards: Best Country Solo Performance and Traveller won Best Country Album.

Fans who flock into the arena will hear Stapleton perform his chart-topping hits, such as Tennessee Whiskey,” Broken Halos,” Traveller,” and Millionaire.” But before the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter hits the stage, two noteworthy acts will open the night.

Grammy-winner Chris Stapleton is one of the hottest country artists around the Nashville scene today, and we’ve gone to great lengths to replicate his favorite amp and tones.

Brent Cobb uses his music as a catalyst to invite fans to get an up-close view of life in the rural South – a life in which Cobb was born and bred. The album’s title was inspired by the real Providence Canyon, located about 45-minutes east of Cobb’s hometown in Georgia, he said.

Did Ken Burns’ epic documentary Country Music get you hankering to hear some live country music? Have we got a lineup for you. Starting with Chris Stapleton on Friday in Tampa, venues across Tampa Bay will spend the next two weeks hosting country shows by artists of all calibers. It’s a virtual Strawberry Festival up in here. Here’s a rundown.

Mr. Stapleton’s first ever music video addresses the difficult subjects of suicide and mental health. The video is powerful and emotionally poignant. Mr. Stapleton had the notion of pairing his song with a video concept that would raise awareness of an important issue.

Born and raised in Kentucky, Chris Stapleton is an American musician who spent years in Nashville as a sought-after songwriter, furnishing songs for numerous artists. Easy to spot due to his signature long hair and prodigious beard, he became a major star in the autumn of 2015 when his debut solo album, Traveller, practically swept the CMAs. Traveller subsequently went platinum and Stapleton followed it up by drawing on his own vast repertoire of songs. In May 2017, he released From a Room: Volume 1, which won the CMA award for Album of the Year. In November 2017, he released From a Room: Volume 2.

I knew Chris Stapleton would be good but he ended up being fantastic. A true talent. Great opening acts – Marcus King Band is now on my playlist. Another wonderful talent.

Opening bands were incredible! Chris Stapleton was unreal. My only criticism is to Budweiser Stage for allowing people to stand in aisles that had lawn tickets. It was difficult to navigate when getting a drink or going to the washroom due to these crowds in the aisle.

In 2016, Brent Cobb broke out into the music stratosphere with his debut album, Shine on a Rainy Day.” The album received many accolades, including a nomination for Best Americana Album at the 60th Grammy Awards.

Chris has been an active member of the industry since the early 2000s. After moving to Nashville, Tennessee, he signed with the publishing house Sea Gayle Music as a songwriter.

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Friday night a sold out Verizon Arena crowd warmly greeted Stapleton, their long-haired, bearded hero in town with no new album to promote and with very little else that seems to have changed in his act. Even Stapleton’s stage set in the current tour is recycled from the last time he hit Central Arkansas.

Chris Stapleton is touring February 2019 – November 2019. See all new tour dates above. Chris Stapleton will continue his extensive, sold-out All-American Road Show” through 2019 with newly confirmed performances this summer and fall.

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