Chris Stapleton Teases New Album With Instagram Picture

by Quentin Blount
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Chris Stapleton teased his fans on Instagram recently by posting a picture of him in the studio prior to the release of his new album next week.

“Starting Over” is the name of the highly-anticipated new studio album from Stapleton. It is set to be released on the 13th of November on Mercury Records Nashville. According to Stapleton’s website, the album was completed in late February only days before the lockdown began. Across its fourteen tracks are songs that examine life’s simplest joys and most serious struggles.

Stapleton posted a photo of him in the recording studio with the caption, “One week.”

Chris Stapleton Reveals Go-To Road Trip Album

Music is essential when it comes to taking a road trip, and Chris Stapleton recently shared his favorite road-trip album to Bobby Bones of The Bobby Bones Show. Bones asked Stapleton if he’s a “big music guy” and “what does he listen to on a road trip.”

Stapleton answers his questions accordingly.

“Oh, this probably some for sure some Petty ‘Wildflowers’ happening,” Stapleton tells the show host in this clip on Instagram. The singer-songwriter goes on to say that Petty’s alum isn’t only his main record, it’s his main road trip record.

“Wildflowers” is one of Stapleton’s favorite records. He even paired up with Emmylou Harris to pay tribute to Petty by performing the album title track at the 2018 Grammy’s.

The Bobby Bones Show posted a photo to Instagram last week relaying the information to fans.

@ChrisStapleton is a big fan of one album in particular,” the official account of the show said.

He continues to tell Bones that it’s his favorite record and he loves it so much. Then he references his bass player, J.T. Cure, as a walking jukebox. The country music artist says he’s always listening to some good tunes around him.

Stapleton knows a thing or two about music, having won Grammy awards, ACM awards, CMA awards, and the list goes on.

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