Chris Stapleton is a five time Grammy winner, ten time CMA award and seven time ACM award winner. So to say that a new album from him is a Country music event is an understatement. In fact, such is the respect that this Kentucky born artist is held in across the board, this is quite simply a music event.
P!NK’s eighth studio album ‘Hurts 2B Human’ is set for release on April 26th via RCA Records and is available for pre-order today. In celebration, the pop icon releases an additional track from the album, ‘Hustle’. The upbeat track was written by P!NK, Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds and Jorgen Odegard and produced by Odegard with additional production from Reynolds.
Last month we reviewed the brilliant self-titled debut by Austin based blues singer, Arkansas Dave. The artist, who has drawn comparisons to Chris Stapleton, Black Stone Cherry and Luke Combs, has been a long time coming with this album, having cut his teeth in dive bars and honky tonks in his home state of Arkansas, and in Texas, where he was given his nickname by band mates.
On May 4th of this year there is something special happening, and it isn’t Star Wars Day, although what happens may very well leave you with a real feeling that the force just may be with you. Music legend Rita Coolidge will release her first album for ten years. Her 18th studio album will be released by Blue Elan Records and has the two time Grammy winner combining her incredible song writing talents and voice with those of Graham Nash, Chris Stapleton, Stan Lynch, and Keb’Mo’ to name a few.
Superstar country singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton joined Justin Timberlake on his new song ‘Say Something’ released today, with their collaboration following their famous performance of Chris’ version of George Jones’ ‘Tennessee Whiskey’, and Justin Timberlake’s ‘Drink You Away’ at the 2015 CMA awards, which helped launch Chris into the music stratosphere. The striking one-take music video/short film directed by Arturo Perez Jr, dropped this week and sees Chris join Justin towards the middle of the video, it was an instant hit with Rolling Stone describing it as “stunning”.