Chris Stapleton

Name: Chris Stapleton ( Chris Stapleton )
Born: April 15, 1978
Age: 46 years old
Birthplace: Kentucky, USA
Height: 6 Feet 1 Inch
Occupation: singer, songwriter
Relationship Status: married Morgane Stapleton
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  • Horoscope: Aries
  • Net worth: $25 000 000
  • Ethnicity: Mixed(Dutch, English, French, German, Irish, Manx, Scottish, Swedish, Welsh)
  • Nationality: American
  • Fathers name: Herbert Joseph Stapleton, Jr.
  • Mothers name: Carol J. (Mace) Stapleton
  • Education: Johnson Central High School, Vanderbilt University
  • Weight: 88.0
  • Hair color: Light brown
  • Eye color: Blue
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    Chris Stapleton: biography

    Chris Stapleton is an American singer-songwriter and guitarist.

    Childhood and youth

    Chris Stapleton was born on April 15, 1978, in Lexington, Kentucky, and grew up in the nearby town of Staffordsville. He was the youngest of three brothers and was raised in a family of musicians. His father was a coal miner and a guitarist, while his mother was a singer.

    Stapleton was introduced to music at an early age and started playing the guitar and singing when he was just a child. He developed a love for country, bluegrass, and rock music, and began performing in local clubs and bars as a teenager.

    After high school, Stapleton attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, where he studied engineering. However, he continued to pursue his passion for music and eventually decided to make a career out of it, which led him to become the successful singer-songwriter he is today.

    Music career

    Chris Stapleton's music career began in the early 2000s as a songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee. He wrote hit songs for a variety of country artists, including Kenny Chesney, George Strait, and Luke Bryan. In 2008, he formed the bluegrass band The SteelDrivers, which received critical acclaim and won a Grammy Award for Best Bluegrass Album in 2016.

    In 2015, Stapleton released his debut solo album, "Traveller," which was a commercial and critical success. The album reached number one on the US Billboard 200 chart and earned Stapleton three Grammy Awards, including Best Country Album. The album's lead single, "Nobody to Blame," also won a Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance.

    Stapleton's music is known for its traditional country sound, with influences from bluegrass and rock music. He is highly respected for his songwriting ability and his powerful, soulful voice. Many of his songs are personal and introspective, dealing with themes of love, loss, and redemption.

    Chris Stapleton
    Chris Stapleton / Facebook

    Since the success of "Traveller," Stapleton has continued to release successful albums and singles. His second album, "From A Room: Volume 1," was released in 2017 and won a Grammy for Best Country Album. The album's lead single, "Broken Halos," won a Grammy for Best Country Song.

    Stapleton has also collaborated with a variety of artists throughout his career, including Justin Timberlake, Ed Sheeran, and Pink. In 2019, he released a collaborative album with the band The Highwomen, which includes some of the most prominent women in country music.

    In addition to his own music career, Stapleton has also continued to write songs for other artists. He co-wrote the hit song "Say Something" by Justin Timberlake featuring Stapleton, which was a worldwide success.

    Overall, Chris Stapleton's music career has been marked by critical and commercial success, as well as a deep respect for traditional country music. He is widely considered one of the most important and influential artists in the genre today.

    Personal life

    Chris Stapleton is married to fellow musician Morgane Stapleton, with whom he has five children. The couple first met when they were working as songwriters in Nashville, and they have been married since 2007. Morgane is also a singer and has provided backing vocals for many of Stapleton's songs.

    Chris Stapleton with Morgane Stapleton
    Chris Stapleton with Morgane Stapleton / Faceebok

    Stapleton has been open about his struggles with anxiety and depression, which he has dealt with throughout his life. He has also been an advocate for mental health awareness and has encouraged others to seek help when they need it.


    Studio albums:

    • Traveller (2015)
    • From A Room: Volume 1 (2017)
    • From A Room: Volume 2 (2017)
    • Starting Over (2020)

    Collaborative albums:

    • Love Letter with Guy Clark (2011)
    • Southern Family (2016) - a concept album featuring various artists and produced by Dave Cobb
    • From Muscle Shoals with various artists (2018) - a tribute album to the music of Muscle Shoals, Alabama.

    Additionally, Stapleton has released numerous singles throughout his career, including "Tennessee Whiskey," "Broken Halos," and "Millionaire." He has also written many hit songs for other artists, such as "Your Man" by Josh Turner, "Never Wanted Nothing More" by Kenny Chesney, and "Drink a Beer" by Luke Bryan, among others.


    Grammy Awards:

    • Best Country Album for "Traveller" (2016)
    • Best Country Song for "Traveller" (2016)
    • Best Country Solo Performance for "Traveller" (2016)
    • Best Country Album for "From A Room: Volume 1" (2018)
    • Best Country Song for "Broken Halos" (2018)

    Country Music Association Awards:

    • Male Vocalist of the Year (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018)
    • New Artist of the Year (2015)
    • Album of the Year for "Traveller" (2015)
    • Song of the Year for "Broken Halos" (2018)

    Academy of Country Music Awards:

    • Male Vocalist of the Year (2016, 2018, 2019)
    • New Male Vocalist of the Year (2016)
    • Album of the Year for "Traveller" (2016)
    • Song of the Year for "Tennessee Whiskey" (2016)

    Other Awards:

    • Billboard Music Award for Top Country Album for "Traveller" (2016)
    • iHeartRadio Music Award for Best Country Album for "Traveller" (2016)
    • American Music Award for Favorite Country Album for "Traveller" (2016)

    Stapleton has also been inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame (2018) and the Grand Ole Opry (2017).

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