Chris Stapleton debuts his new song “Broken Halos” on The Howard Stern Show which included an interview, you can listen to that here. Recently Stapleton performed “I Was Wrong” the The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. Both songs are from the singer/songwriter’s new album “From A Room: Volume 1” which is out now on Mercury Records Nashville (available here).
In celebration of the album, “Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show” tour will span throughout 2017 with ten additional shows recently announced. The new dates include performances in Houston, Dallas, Tampa and Omaha as well as a very special hometown show at Nashville, TN’s Bridgestone Arena on October 13. Public tickets for the newly announced concerts begin this Friday, May 12 at 10:00am local time. Live Nation is the national tour promoter for the “All-American Road Show.”
Special guests for the extensive tour include Brothers Osborne, Lucie Silvas, Anderson East, Brent Cobb, Margo Price and Marty Stuart. Of a recent performance, the Seattle Times declares, “…Stapleton dazzled the sold-out crowd with a barrage of songs that defy easy categorization while receiving the kind of deafening cheers reserved for superstars.”
From A Room: Volume 1 is the first new music from Stapleton since 2015’s breakthrough double Platinum solo debut Traveller and will be followed by From A Room: Volume 2—coming later this year.
The album takes its name from Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A, where it was recorded during the winter of 2016-17. Once again produced by Grammy Award-winning producerDave Cobb, Volume 1 features eight original songs as well as “Last Thing I Needed, First Thing This Morning,” which was written by Gary P. Nunn and Donna Sioux Farar and made famous by Willie Nelson. Additional highlights on the album include the album’s first radio single, “Either Way.”
In addition to Stapleton on vocals and guitar and Cobb on acoustic guitar, the album features Morgane Stapleton on harmony vocals as well as longtime band-members J.T. Cure on bass and Derek Mixon on drums and musicians Mickey Raphael on harmonica,Robby Turner on pedal steel and Mike Webb on keys.