Grammy Award-Winning Artist Chris Stapleton Adds a Dallas Show to His “All-American Road Show” Tour
In the world of country music, Chris Stapleton’s voice is smooth like Tennessee Whiskey; his guitar strums are sweet like strawberry wine, and his vocal runs are warm like a glass of brandy. The eight-time Grammy award-winning country artist has now announced an upcoming show at Dos Equis Pavilion in Dallas, Texas, which is part of his “All-American Road Show” tour.
Stapleton’s show in Dallas is scheduled for October 27th, and it comes just days after he plays two shows at Austin’s Moody Center. He will be joined by special guests Charley Crockett and The War and Treaty. With tickets for the show on sale starting from Friday, March 31st at 10 a.m., this is an event that music enthusiasts will not want to miss.
The “All-American Road Show” tour is set to stop in several cities across Texas, including El Paso, Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Austin, and Dallas. Chris Stapleton and his wife are the founders of the Outlaw State of Kind charitable fund, which aims to support those affected by floods in Eastern Kentucky. Stapleton’s Kentucky Rising concert, which took place last fall, raised over $2.8 million for this cause.
The award-winning artist is known for his solo work, including hit singles like “Broken Halos” and “Tennessee Whiskey.” However, Stapleton’s recognition began when he lent his voice to bluegrass and Southern rock bands such as “The SteelDrivers” and “The Jompson Brothers.” He grew up in Kentucky and moved to Nashville to pursue his music career.
Having won eight Grammy Awards, 15 CMA Awards, and 10 Academy of Country Music Awards, Chris Stapleton is undoubtedly one of the most successful country music artists of today. With his upcoming Dallas show only months away, music fans in the region can add yet another noteworthy event to their calendars. Get ready to enjoy country music’s finest artist as he makes his stop in Texas.