Chris Stapleton Details
Chris Stapleton got his start in Nashville as a songwriter, co-writing six country number one songs for artists such as George Strait, Luke Bryan, and Darius Rucker. Over 150 of his songs have appeared on albums of various artists, including “If It Hadn’t Been For Love”, covered by Adele. After singing lead vocals for two groups, Chris Stapleton released his debut solo album, “Traveller”, in 2015, propelling him into the spotlight and taking his music career to greater heights.
Chris Stapleton has been nominated for over fifty awards, winning more than thirty. He has won several Grammy Awards, including three in 2018 alone for Best Country Album, Best Country Solo Performance for the song, “Either Way”, and Best Country Song for the song, “Broken Halos”. Chris Stapleton also won the Country Music Association Awards Male Vocalist of the Year in 2015, 2016, and 2017. His album, “Traveller”, won Billboard Music Awards Top Country Album in 2016 and 2017. Eight songs written by Chris Stapleton have won the ASCAP Country Music Awards honor for Most Performed Song since 2006.
Chris Stapleton is amazingly talented, and he uses that talent to inform his unique sound. There is no one in the industry quite like Chris Stapleton, who blends country, blues, rock, and bluegrass so seamlessly that his work transcends any one genre.
Chris Stapleton Concert Setlist
Chris Stapleton is nothing if not unique, and fans can enjoy his unique sound with a mixture of original releases and covers during his setlist. “Fire Away” is a touching song that captures the kind of love that doesn’t run from the hard times, making it one of the fan favorites in concerts. “Nobody To Blame” was Chris Stapleton’s first top 10 single, and for good reason. With an honest look at a relationship that’s gone wrong, Chris Stapleton tells the story of a man who knows he’s the only one to blame with heartfelt accuracy. “Tennessee Whiskey” is the breakout hit from his first album, though fans might not know that this song was covered by George Jones in the ‘80s. Chris Stapleton pays perfect homage to the country legend, remaking the song with his own infusion of blues that takes this hit to the next level in ways no other artist has done before him. “Broken Halos” is another fan favorite that makes the cut, featuring some amazing harmonies from Chris Stapleton’s wife, Morgane. “Sometimes I Cry” is one of those songs that just stands out, showing off Chris Stapleton’s distinctive vocals and proving why he is a powerhouse in country music.
Chris Stapleton in Concert
Chris Stapleton is more than comfortable on stage, and his concerts are very laid back and down to earth. His approach to concerts is reminiscent of country greats of past decades, giving the venues a more intimate feel. An accomplished guitarist, Chris Stapleton treats fans to extended instrumentals not available anywhere else. Chris Stapleton’s music features heavy use of the more classic country music instruments, all infused with a bluesy style that’s all his own.
How much are Chris Stapleton Tickets?
The average resale price for a ticket to see Chris Stapleton is $119. However, ticket prices can vary based on a number of factors, and tickets may currently be available at prices lower or higher than this average. See below for a look at how Chris Stapleton ticket prices vary by city, and scroll up on this page to see Chris Stapleton ticket prices for upcoming concerts in your city.
|City||Venue||Average Ticket Price|
|Columbus||Columbus Civic Center||$128|
|Charlotte||PNC Music Pavilion||$118|