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About the Artist
Chris Stapleton began his music career through songwriting. When he launched a solo singing career as well, many other artists immediately took note and covered his songs. Dierks Bentley, Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan and Adele have previously expressed their admiration of Stapleton’s talents and covered his songs live as well. The singer’s iconic music stays true to his country roots and keeps traditional folk music alive. His music has touched multiple generations of music lovers and his concerts attract a wide demographic of fans. Teenagers and sixty year olds all enjoy his music, and so Stapleton single-handedly creates an organic bridge between the two distinct age groups. His sound and songs are universally admired and his lyrics touch the base of human emotion.
The artist stepped into the mainstream in 2001, after he graduated college. He produced his own music till 2007, after which he played with the band The Steeldrivers. He was their front man as well as lead guitarist. The Steeldrivers worked on bluegrass music and made it accessible to contemporary listeners. They became popular with pop artists such as Adele and Ed Sheeran, who began covering their songs. In the present day, Stapleton juggles the band with his solo performances
Why Attend Chris Stapleton’s 2018 tour?
Chris Stapleton has won five ACMAs, seven CMAs, two Grammys and two Billboard Awards over the past decade. He is known around the globe as a champion of country music. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that Chris Stapleton Durant OK tickets are in high demand. You should book some seats for the superstar’s show as soon as possible.
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