Chris Stapleton proving he is a staple for country music



Chris Stapleton has been deemed by many as the sound that could save country music. That’s pretty deep stuff, right? And while many are just NOW discovering the traditional voice, the country singer/songwriter was already well known in the music biz  for his work in GRAMMY-nominated bluegrass band the SteelDrivers and a rock band he founded called the Jompson Brothers. Oh and fun fact? He was a writer behind such hit songs as Luke Bryan’s  “Drink a Beer,”  Kenny Chesney’s “Never Wanted Nothing More” and George Strait’s “Love’s Gonna Make It Alright.”

So basically, he knows a thing or two about quality music.  But with support from Luke Bryan and Little Big Town, is it enough to get this guy some radio play? Check it out below and let us know what you think? We just love him.

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