Country crooner Chris Stapleton's legacy reaches far beyond Nashville's city limits. Having penned songs for the likes of Adele, Sheryl Crow and Alison Krauss, there's a slim chance that you've not heard a tune created by the prolific songwriter. In 2015, the stetson-toting country gentleman stepped from out of the shadows with Traveller. In 2017 he released From A Room: Volume 1, followed later in the year with Volume 2 . Now in 2020, Stapleton heads out again on his All-American Road Show!
Shying away from gimmicks, Stapleton puts on one heck of a live show by keeping things simple and keeping the spotlight on the music. The outlaw performer often plays together with his wife, and their harmonious yet stripped back set has been described as haunting, raw and spiritual. There are no fist pumps or party anthems here, just good old fashioned southern music that would make Johnny Cash proud.
December 2018 saw him nominated for three GRAMMY Awards: Best Country Album (From A Room: Volume 2) and Best Country Solo Performance ("Millionaire") as well as Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for his performance on Justin Timberlake's "Say Something."
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