Long known for being one of the best country songwriters in the industry, Chris Stapleton has also made a name for himself as an outstanding country, rock and roll, and bluegrass performer. While Stapleton's writing samples are available on records of artists like Adele, Luke Bryan, and more, his own songs have also found their success on the radio and on records, and he has graced the stages of some of the biggest venues across the world. This country legend is taking to the road again this year to showcase his country music writing talents, charisma and unforgettable stage presence.
Chris Stapleton is taking to the road in the United States to play in celebrated venues across the country. Stapleton will start his tour in New Orleans, Louisiana. He will then follow that appearance with shows in New York, New York; Nashville, Tennessee; Park City, Kansas; Chicago, Illinois; Columbia, Missouri; Lincoln, Nebraska; Rapid City, South Dakota; Bozeman, Montana; Billings, Montana; Denver, Colorado; Muskogee, Oklahoma; St. Louis, Missouri; Athens, Georgia; Macon, Georgia; Birmingham, Alabama; Winston Salem, North Carolina; Charleston, South Carolina; Raleigh, North Carolina; Knoxville, Tennessee; Asheville, North Carolina; Charlotte, North Carolina; and Charlottesville, Virginia, before returning to New York, New York. Following his second appearance in the Big Apple, Stapleton will make stops in Dover, Delaware; Charleston, West Virginia; Houston, Texas; Fort Worth, Texas; Austin, Texas; Prestonburg, Kentucky; Chicago, Illinois, Louisville, Kentucky; Huber Heights, Ohio; Ashland, Kentucky; Kansas City, Missouri; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Clarkston, Michigan; Seattle, Washington; Avon, Colorado; and Panama City Beach, Florida. Stapleton will finish up his tour in the country music capital of the world, Nashville, Tennessee, where he will play the legendary Ryman auditorium.
Stapleton is great at writing number one hits, not only for himself but for others, too. He has written chart toppers for the likes of George Strait, Josh Turner, Darius Rucker and Kenny Chesney.
While Stapleton has been a writer for a long time, the Kentucky-born musician started performing as the lead singer of a band called the SteelDrivers in 2008. After he left the SteelDrivers in 2010, he tried his hand at a new band, The Jompson Brothers, before striking out on his own as a solo artist in 2013. He was first signed to the Mercury Nashville label, and he released his debut solo album in May 2015.
Stapleton had success with the SteelDrivers, winning multiple Grammy nominations. However, his breakthrough as a solo artist came with his first single, "What Are You Listening To?" which charted at No. 46 on the country airplay charts.
Stapleton's first full album, "Traveller," was released by Mercury Nashville in mid-2015. It has done extremely well, reaching the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Country Charts and the No. 14 spot on the overall charts. His single on the album "Tennessee Whiskey," also charted at the No. 46 spot on the country charts.
Get yourself Chris Stapleton tickets, and be ready to encounter a country legend. Not only are Stapleton's lyrics poignant and meaningful, but he is a skilled musician and vocalist, as well. Expect people to sit back and listen to the skilled veteran, but also to be singing and clapping along, too. For some of Stapleton's more upbeat song, you may even get to catch people up on their feet country-western dancing!
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