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Chris Stapleton Tour Schedule

Chris Stapleton started out as a country songwriter and has now surged onto the scene for his solo country career. Stapleton is touring in 2017 on his "All American Road Show" May through August. Special guests include Anderson East, Brent Cobb, Brothers Osborne, Lucie Silvas, and Margo Price. Stapleton is also opening for the baseball stadium dates of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers' "40th Anniversary Tour." Get your tickets with Ticket Liquidator for his upcoming tour, and see the country star live.

About Chris Stapleton 

Chris Stapleton is a treasured new country star because he earned his stripes as a songwriter in the industry before carving out his singing career. He moved to Nashville in the early 2000's and fronted groups that were bluegrass and Southern rock, continuing to craft his artistry. In 2013, he signed to Mercury Nashville but had minimal success with his first single.

However, 2015's Traveller exceeded all expectations, almost fifteen years after he moved to the heart of country music. The new album was inspired by the death of his father in 2013, and his wife assisted in sorting through fifteen years worth of music to find tracks for the album. Therefore, there is a lot of organic, heartfelt, down-to-earth feeling in his debut album. he won ACM, AMA, CMA, and Grammy awards for the work of Traveller. Stapleton is truly a unique country talent who is just beginning a lengthy career in the genre. He is now touring in 2017 for the "All American Road Show," hitting U.S. venues from May until August. Stapleton dropped his sophomore album From A Room: Volume 1 in spring 2017. Volume 2 will follow before the end of the year, and his sophomore work further demonstrated Stapleton's true country sound that rises from twangy ballads to foot-stomping albums. 

Chris Stapleton Discography

Traveller (2015)

From A Room: Volume 1 (2017)

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