Chris Stapleton

Chris Stapleton

Chris Stapleton announced he will release his new studio album, Starting Over, on Nov. 13.

The 14-track offering features 11 songs that Chris co-penned, as well as three covers: John Fogerty’s “Joy Of My Life” and Guy Clark’s “Worry B Gone” and “Old Friends.” Chris shared the album’s title track on Aug. 27.

The new album was recorded at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A, with additional work completed at Muscle Shoals Sound and Compass Sound Studio. Produced by Dave Cobb, who also plays acoustic guitar, the record features wife Morgane Stapleton (vocals, tambourine), with longtime bandmates J.T. Cure (bass) and Derek Mixon (drums). Special guests include musicians Mike Campbell (electric guitar), Benmont Tench (Hammond B3 organ) and Paul Franklin (pedal steel), as well as the All Voices Choir who are featured on “Watch You Burn.”

The upcoming album follows the release of Chris’ two No. 1 albums in 2017: From A Room: Volume 1 and From A Room: Volume 2, which reference the legendary RCA Studio A where they were recorded with Dave Cobb.

In addition, Chris announced that his All-American Road Show tour is scheduled to resume in 2021, with stops at Chicago’s Wrigley Field, New York’s Madison Square Garden and many more.

Starting Over Track List

  1. Starting Over
  2. Devil Always Made Me Think Twice
  3. Cold
  4. When I’m With You
  5. Arkansas
  6. Joy Of My Life
  7. Hillbilly Blood
  8. Maggie’s Song
  9. Whiskey Sunrise
  10. Worry B Gone
  11. Old Friends
  12. Watch You Burn
  13. You Should Probably Leave
  14. Nashville, TN

All-American Road Show

  • Nov. 21 | Arlington, TX | Globe Life Field*
  • April 21 | Toledo, OH | Huntington Center†
  • April 22 | Columbus, OH | Schottenstein Center†
  • April 24 | Lexington, KY | A Concert for Kentucky – Kroger Field‡
  • June 5 | San Bernardino, CA | Glen Helen Amphitheater§
  • June 10 | Boise, ID | Ford Idaho Center Arena#
  • June 11 | Portland, OR | Sunlight Supply Amphitheater#
  • June 12 | George, WA | The Gorge Amphitheatre#
  • June 17 | Bakersfield, CA | Mechanics Bank Arena#
  • June 18 | Sacramento, CA | Toyota Amphitheatre#
  • June 19 | Mountain View, CA | Shoreline Amphitheatre#
  • June 24 | Salt Lake City, UT | USANA Amphitheatre^
  • June 25 | Denver, CO | Pepsi Center^
  • June 26 | Denver, CO | Pepsi Center^
  • July 8 | Milwaukee, WI | Summerfest at American Family Insurance Amphitheater+
  • July 10 | Camden, NJ | BB&T Pavilion°
  • July 17 | Chicago, IL | Wrigley Field%
  • July 23 | Holmdel, NJ | PNC Bank Arts Center**
  • July 24 | Syracuse, NY | St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview**
  • July 28 | Gilford, NH | Bank NH Pavilion††
  • July 29 | Gilford, NH | Bank NH Pavilion††
  • July 31 | Minneapolis, MN | U.S. Bank Stadium‡‡
  • Aug. 5 | Cuyahoga Falls, OH | Blossom Music Center°
  • Aug. 7 | South Bend, IN | Notre Dame Stadium§§
  • Aug. 12 | Charlotte, NC | PNC Music Pavilion°
  • Aug. 13 | Raleigh, NC | Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek°
  • Aug. 19 | Des Moines, IA | Iowa State Fair^^
  • Aug. 20 | Tulsa, OK | BOK Center##
  • Sept. 18 | Biloxi, MS | Mississippi Coast Coliseum++
  • Sept. 23 | Knoxville, TN | Thompson-Boling Arena++
  • Oct. 1 | Atlantic City, NJ | Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall++
  • Oct. 2 | Mansfield, MA | Xfinity Center++
  • Oct. 8 | New York, NY | Madison Square Garden++
  • Oct. 14 | Columbia, MO | Mizzou Arena++
  • Oct. 15 | Lincoln, NE | Pinnacle Bank Arena++
  • Oct. 16 | Sioux Falls, SD | Denny Sanford PREMIER Center++
  • Oct. 22 | Nashville, TN | Bridgestone Arena++
  • Oct. 23 | Nashville, TN | Bridgestone Arena++
  • Oct. 28 | Lubbock, TX | United Supermarket Arena°°
  • Oct. 29 | Albuquerque, NM | Isleta Amphitheater°°
  • Oct. 30 | Phoenix, AZ | Ak-Chin Pavilion°°
  • Nov. 4 | Austin, TX | Frank Erwin Center°°
  • Nov. 11 | Estero, FL | Hertz Arena**
  • Nov. 12 | Orlando, FL | Amway Center**

*with special guests Willie Nelson & Family, Jamey Johnson and Yola
†with special guests Margo Price and Yola
‡with special guests Willie Nelson & Family, Sheryl Crow and Yola
§with special guests Dwight Yoakam and The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell
#with special guests Margo Price and The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell
^with special guests Sheryl Crow and The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell
+with special guest Sheryl Crow
°with special guests Elle King and Kendell Marvel
%with special guests The Highwomen, Mavis Staples and Mike Campbell
**with special guests Sheryl Crow and Kendell Marvel
††with special guests Elle King and Nikki Lane
‡‡with George Strait and Little Big Town
§§with George Strait and Brothers Osborne
^^with special guest Nikki Lane
##with special guests Willie Nelson & Family and Yola
++with special guests The Marcus King Band and Yola
°°with special guests Jamey Johnson and Yola

photo by TCD

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Miranda Lambert is Settling Down and Setting Up Shop

Miranda Lambert is Settling Down and Setting Up Shop

If you’ve been to lower Broadway in Nashville over the last several years, you know country music artist owned honkytonks having been sprouting up all along Music City’s famous strip.

Jason Aldean, John Rich, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line and Alan Jackson all already have venues…but now there’s another name being thrown in the mix, and it’s a first!

Miranda Lambert will be the first female country artist to have a downtown venue. Miranda’s place will be located at 308 Broadway, and looks to be named “Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa.”

Miranda was perhaps encouraged to move into this new venture by a 2018 Nashville Business Journal poll. When music industry pros were asked, “Which female country star should open a downtown bar?” — Miranda garnered the most votes.

Miranda is partnering with TC Restaurant Group on the new place, and it looks like even more details will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Photo Credit: Ellen Von Unwerth