CHRIS STAPLETON SET TO PERFORM WITH LUKE BRYAN

CHRIS STAPLETON SET TO PERFORM WITH LUKE BRYAN ON THE 47TH ANNUAL CMA AWARDS
 

Nashville,
TN- Nov. 5, 2013- Mercury recording artist and soul shaking vocalist
Chris Stapleton will perform “Drink A Beer” with Luke Bryan on the 47th Annual CMA Awards
on Wed., Nov. 6th on ABC.  Stapleton penned the song along with Jim
Beavers, and he also provides vocals on the track found on Bryan’s
recently released Platinum certified album “Crash My Party.”  Stapleton
is currently putting the finishing touches on his solo country debut for
Mercury.

“It’s always amazing to get the news that one of your songs is going to
be cut by another artist, and I’ve been really lucky to have some
success with that over the years,” said Stapleton.  “Luke asked me to
sing on the track for his new album, and we’ve performed it live
together, but I’m especially honored he asked me to stand up there with
him on the CMA’s on Wednesday night.”

A native of the small town of Paintsville, KY and son of a coal miner,
Stapleton made the move to Nashville in 2001 to learn the craft of
songwriting and pursue a career in music.  A decade later, he has scored
No. one country hits with songs penned for superstars including George
Strait and Kenny Chesney, and he’s racked up over 170 album cuts.
Stapleton has already had a diverse singing career that includes stints
as lead vocalist for GRAMMY-nominated bluegrass band The SteelDrivers
and lead vocalist in the howling rock and roll band The Jompson
Brothers. 

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