Chris Stapleton’s commanding presence and refreshing authenticity has made him one of the most respected and beloved musicians of Country Music today. The Kentucky native has maintained the traditional, outlaw edge of the genre with riveting singles including “Tennessee Whiskey,” “Nobody to Blame,” and “Starting Over,” while appealing to wider audiences with innovative crossover collaborations including features on Taylor Swift’s “I Bet You Think About Me,” Adele’s “Easy On Me,” and more. An 8-time GRAMMY and 13-time ACM Award-winner, Stapleton’s monumental career has been lauded across every major music awards stage. Most recently, Stapleton won ACM Male Artist of the Year for the third time at the 57th ACM Awards. His highly acclaimed 2020 album, Starting Over, also won Stapleton three GRAMMYs at the 67th Annual GRAMMYs (Best Country Album, Best Country Solo Performance, and Best Country Song), as well as Album of the Year at the 56th ACM Awards as both an artist and producer. When he’s not performing on stage, Stapleton and his wife Morgane remain true to their roots, supporting local communities with their Outlaw State of Kind Fund.