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The former frontman of rock band The Jompson Brothers, bluegrass group The SteelDrivers and a Travis Tritt tribute band, Chris Stapleton has been serenading crowds as a solo artist since 2013. To this day, in fact, Chris Stapleton claims he puts on Travis Tritt music anytime he feels the need be drawn back to his roots. Now Chris Stapleton is a superstar in his own right, widely considered one of the best-known country music recording artists of his era.
Born in Lexington, Kentucky, on April 15, 1978, Chris Stapleton moved to Nashville, Tenn., in 2001 to launch what became a groundbreaking country music career. By 2018, Chris had written or cowritten more than 170 songs. In addition to touring on his own, Chris Stapleton also frequently participates in multi-artist concert events and festivals like Country Concert at Hickory Hills Lakes in Fort Loramie, Ohio, Country Thunder in Twin Lakes, Wis., and WE Fest in Detroit Lakes, Minn.
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Chris Stapleton's trademark brand of country music blends bluegrass, outlaw country, Southern rock, country rock, blues, Southern soul and hard rock. He sings in a soulful style with a tenor range. An LA Times music writer once likened Chris Stapleton's vocal stylings to those of Merle Haggard, Lefty Frizzell and Ray Charles while likening his guitar-playing skills to those of Stevie Ray Vaughn.
The latest Chris Stapleton tour takes him across America throughout the summer and fall. Along the way, he'll make stops at places like CHI Health Center in Omaha, Neb., Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Fla., Chesapeake Arena in Oklahoma City, Okla., and Erie Insurance Arena in Pittsburgh, Pa. Chris Stapleton's schedule will also take him to the northern border into Canada to play at venues like Budweiser Stage Toronto. Be sure to check out Chris Stapleton when he performs at the Houston Rodeo on Tuesday, March 19th.
Chris Stapleton was nominated for 10 Grammy Awards and won five. In 2016, he won the Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance for the song "Traveller" and Best Country Album for the album of the same name on which it appeared. In 2018, he won the same pair of Grammy Awards, this time for the song "Either Way" and the album From a Room: Volume 1 as well as Best Country Song for "Broken Halos." Including other major music awards, Chris Stapleton has received 85 nominations and 48 wins so far in his career.
Chris Stapleton has writing credits on six No. 1 country songs recorded by other artists, including "Never Wanted Nothing More" by Kenny Chesney, which spent five weeks in the top spot. Others include "Drink a Beer" by Luke Bryan and "Love's Gonna Make It Alright" by George Strait. Other artists who've recorded Chris Stapleton songs include Dierks Bentley, Brad Paisley and Adele. He also cowrote songs with Sheryl Crow, Peter Frampton and Vince Gil.
Many Chris Stapleton songs were first heard on the big screen, written specifically for movie soundtracks. Films featuring original songs by Chris Stapleton include Hell or High Water, Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip, Valentine's Day and, most recently, Toy Story 4.