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Having written emotional tunes for artists like Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, and Darius Rucker (not to mention fronting the GRAMMY®-nominated bluegrass band the SteelDrivers), Chris Stapleton steps into his own. Despite its dusky presentation and Stapleton’s formidable beard, Traveller isn’t just an outlaw record, but a master class in country bittersweetness— from the waltz-time nostalgia of “More of You” to the blistering “Might as Well Get Stoned,” which sounds as though it took its own advice. As for Stapleton’s earthy, unvarnished voice, well, he might be a writer, but he certainly doesn’t sing like one.

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A rare gem of country music

You might not have known it, but Chris Stapleton has probably already been sung out of your lips or atleast heard in your ear already.

He has been a song writing machine throughout his career and now it's his official "solo" record debut.

I'm gonna try to keep this short. His voice is unmatched. His lyrics are true country. And his music will captivate you in so many ways. He is the total package that has stayed pure to country.

You can YouTube a lot of these songs right now. "Parachute" - "Tennessee Whiskey" - "Fire Away" - "Whiskey And You" - "When The Stars Come Out" - "Traveller" - "Was It 26" and "Sometimes I Cry" are all out there waiting to be heard.

Chris is a rare gem amongst unoriginal and uninspired "talent" that floods country radio these days. If you want soul, wrapped in authentic sound and laced with a unique blend of old and new.... You will want to check this album, and Chris' work out asap.

Just spend an hour watching his stuff online. You'll be blown away. And you'll be glad you randomly found him, just like I did.

This

This is what country music should always sound like. Will be one of the best albums of the year, along with Whitey Morgan and RWH. Can't wait to see Chris at Willie's Picnic on the 4th.

Outlaw

Outlaw country is back in full force! chreis stapleton, jamey johnson, sturgill simpson

Biography

Born: April 15, 1978 in Staffordsville, KY

Genre: Country

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Chris Stapleton appeared to be one of those storybook overnight 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. Like most overnight sensations, Stapleton had a long, hard road behind him. He had been laboring behind in the scenes in Nashville for years, leading the progressive bluegrass group the SteelDrivers and working as a professional songwriter, scoring hits with George Strait ("Love's Gonna Make It Alright"),...
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