Chris Stapleton is Headed Back to Eastern Iowa This Summer
Get ready for some 'Tennessee Whiskey!' Chris Stapleton is getting back out on the road this summer, and he'll be making a stop in the Quad Cities.
This morning (February 2nd), Chris Stapleton officially announced the 2023 All-American Road Show Tour! Joining Chris on the road will be openers Marcus King and The War & Treaty. The tour will be making a stop at Vibrant Arena at the Mark in Moline on Thursday, June 1.
Chris Stapleton's popularity has exploded over the past several years thanks to his immense talent. Over the course of his career, he's won eight Grammys, 10 ACM Awards, and 14 CMA Awards, according to Wikipedia. He was also named the ACM's Artist-Songwriter of the Decade, and his 2015 debut album Traveller was listed as Billboard's Top Country Album of the decade. Chris' most recent album Starting Over was released in 2020, and his most recent song, "I'm a Ram," was released back in November of 2022.
Opening up for Chris on his tour will be Marcus King and The War & Treaty, two more incredibly talented acts. Marcus King is a Grammy-nominated blues/southern rock musician who you may remember from the 2022 CMAs. He performed "Out in the Middle" with Zac Brown Band and blew the audience away!
The War and Treaty is a "Southern soul, gospel, country, and rock-and-roll" duo made up of husband and wife Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter. If they sound familiar, that's probably because of their iconic cover of U2's "Pride (In the Name of Love)" with Dierks Bentley from the 2021 ACM Awards!
Tickets for Chris Stapleton's show at Vibrant Arena in Moline will officially go on sale to the public on Friday, February 10 at 10 a.m. via Ticketmaster. More details on the concert are available here.
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