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Chris Stapleton Ringtones

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Christopher Alvin Stapleton, or professionally known as Chris Stapleton is an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and record producer. Born on April 15, 1978 in Lexington, Kentucky, U.S., he is talented in singing and playing guitar. On singing, he sings various genres of music, such as country, soul, Southern rock and bluegrass.

Among his popular albums are “Traveller” (2015), “From A Room: Volume 1” (2017), “From A Room: Volume 2” (2017) and “Starting Over” (2020).

Stapleton has received numerous awards and nominations. He is the recipient of eight Grammy Awards, ten Academy of Country Music Awards, fourteen Country Music Association Awards, five Billboard Music Awards, two iHeartRadio Music Awards, among others. For his work as composer he has received nine ASCAP Country awards, including the Vanguard Award. In 2019, Stapleton was recognized by the Academy of Country Music as the inaugural ACM artist-songwriter of the decade. Traveller was Billboard’s Top Country Album of the decade.

As of 2018, Stapleton has over 170 songwriting and co-writing credits to his name. His co-written hits include the five-week number-one “Never Wanted Nothing More” by Kenny Chesney, “Your Man” by Josh Turner, “Love’s Gonna Make It Alright” by George Strait, and “Drink a Beer” by Luke Bryan. Numerous artists’ albums have featured his songs, such as Adele, Kelly Clarkson, Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, and Taylor Swift. Additionally, he has collaborated on songs with a number of musicians, such as Ed Sheeran, Vince Gill, Sheryl Crow, and Peter Frampton.

Before embarking on a solo recording career, Stapleton served as lead vocalist for two bands: the SteelDrivers and the Jompson Brothers, a bluegrass group that performed from 2008 to 2010. The highly regarded studio album Traveller (2015), which he released as his solo debut, went on to become the number one album on the US Billboard 200 and was certified four times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). The RIAA certified his rendition of “Tennessee Whiskey” as a Diamond. Released in May 2017, his second studio album From a Room: Volume 1 brought him two more CMA Awards for Album of the Year and a Grammy Award for Best Country Album. Volume 2 of From a Room was published in December 2017. In 2020, Stapleton released Starting Over, his fourth studio album, for which he was awarded his third Grammy for Best Country Album. Its lead single was released as the title track.

Eight Grammy Awards, ten Academy of Country Music (ACM) Awards, and fourteen Country Music Association (CMA) Awards are just a few of the honors that Stapleton has received. The Artist-Songwriter of the Decade award went to him from the ACM. Stapleton was placed 170th on Rolling Stone’s list of the 200 Greatest Singers of All Time in 2023.

The birthplace of Stapleton is Lexington, Kentucky. Herbert Joseph Stapleton Jr. (1946–2013) was an engineer in the coal mines, and his mother, Carol J. (Mace) Stapleton, was employed at the local health department. His family is a coal miners’ family. Melanie Brooke is his younger sister, and Herbert Joseph III is his older brother.

Stapleton was raised in Staffordsville, Kentucky, a small town situated between Paintsville and Paintsville Lake, just outside of the city. He was the football player and valedictorian of his class at Johnson Central High School, where he received his diploma. After that, he enrolled at Vanderbilt University to study engineering, but he left after just one year.

Rock and roll, blues, and outlaw country are just a few of Stapleton’s musical influences. His sound was described as a blend of Southern soul, classic rock, and country music by editors at Paste and NPR. Stapleton fronted the rock and roll group the Jompson Brothers and the progressive bluegrass group the SteelDrivers before going solo. His second solo album, From A Room: Volume 1, is primarily focused on country, blues, and roots rock, while his first solo album, Traveller, is an old-school record of bluegrass, Southern rock, and country music. For both albums, he provided both electric and acoustic guitar accompaniment.

Soul singer Stapleton has a tenor vocal range. Journalist Randy Lewis of the Los Angeles Times said that he was reminded of “the note-bending style of country that traces to Merle Haggard and Lefty Frizzell and the gut-wrenching expressionism of blues and R&B perfected by Ray Charles” by his singing, and that his guitar performances brought back “memories of Texas blues rocker Stevie Ray Vaughan” after seeing him perform live in 2015. Stapleton has listed country music icons from Kentucky like Keith Whitley, Dwight Yoakam, and Patty Loveless among others, citing Charles, Otis Redding, and Freddie King as influences. These names are simply a part of Kentucky culture. It’s impossible to ignore them or not be impacted by them.”

Stapleton has been nominated for and won multiple awards. Eight Grammy Awards, ten Academy of Country Music Awards, fourteen Country Music Association Awards, five Billboard Music Awards, two iHeartRadio Music Awards, and fourteen other accolades have been bestowed upon him. He has won nine ASCAP Country awards, including the Vanguard Award, for his compositions. Stapleton was named the first artist-songwriter of the decade by the Academy of Country Music in 2019. Billboard named Traveller the Best Country Album of the Decade.