The List of Chris Stapleton Albums in Order of Release

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American singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton has released four studio albums, one EP, 15 singles, six promotional singles, and three music videos.

Chris Stapleton’s debut album arrived at the right moment. Country music was awash in charged-up tunes about bikinis and tailgating, and Stapleton’s rawhide Kentucky voice immediately evoked earlier eras. He became one of Nashville’s most unlikely success stories. Stapleton (born in Lexington in 1978) was already an established songwriter for Kenny Chesney, George Strait, and others when he released his 2015 debut, Traveller. He was in his mid-thirties, with unfashionably long hair and an expansive beard (the best in Nashville since William Lee Golden threw away his razor). His mixture of Southern rock, classic country, and blues didn’t sound like anything else on the radio, and the songs were dark explorations of hard times and boozy unhappiness: “I drink because I’m lonesome, and I’m lonesome ’cause I drink,” he sang in “Whiskey and You.” Traveller grew through word-of-mouth enthusiasm, one person saying, “You’ve got to hear this guy” to friends who told their friends.

Stapleton thought selling 75,000 albums would count as a triumph. Then, in November 2015, he won three Country Music Association awards, including the biggest prize, Album of the Year. Traveller went to No. 1 on the Country charts and sold nearly 3 million copies. Grammy awards, Saturday Night Live, and an appearance in Game of Thrones followed. The stark clarity of Stapleton’s songwriting, his carefully modulated baritone, and Dave Cobb’s guitars-forward production brought together mainstream country fans and alt-country hipsters, two groups that rarely meet. Stapleton, who records and performs with his wife, singer Morgane Stapleton, is refreshingly undogmatic for a traditionalist; he’s recorded with Justin Timberlake and with P!nk, and Adele and Kelly Clarkson have cut songs that he wrote. There’s little risk that he’ll run dry of material; by Stapleton’s estimate, he’s written more than 1,000 songs. So, if you are a die heart fan of Chris Stapleton Albums then check out here we have list of Chris Stapleton albums in order of release so far.

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Here is the list of Chris Stapleton Album in Order of Release Date

  1. Traveller — May 5, 2015
  2. From A Room: Volume 1 — May 5, 2017
  3. From A Room: Volume 2 — December 1, 2017
  4. Starting Over — November 13, 2020


All Chris Stapleton Albums List in Order

1. Traveller (2015)

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  1. Traveller
  2. Fire Away
  3. Tennessee Whiskey
  4. Parachute
  5. Whiskey and You
  6. Nobody to Blame
  7. More of You
  8. When the Stars Come Out
  9. Daddy Doesn’t Pray Anymore
  10. Might as Well Get Stoned
  11. Was It 26
  12. The Devil Named Music
  13. Outlaw State of Mind
  14. Sometimes I Cry


2. From A Room: Volume 1 (2017)

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  1. Broken Halos
  2. Last Thing I Needed, First Thing This Morning
  3. Second One to Know
  4. Up to No Good Livin’
  5. Either Way
  6. I Was Wrong
  7. Without Your Love
  8. Them Stems
  9. Death Row


3. From A Room: Volume 2 (2017)

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  1. Millionaire
  2. Hard Livin’
  3. Scarecrow in the Garden
  4. Nobody’s Lonely Tonight
  5. Tryin’ to Untangle My Mind
  6. A Simple Song
  7. Midnight Train to Memphis
  8. Drunkard’s Prayer
  9. Friendship


4. Starting Over (2020)

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  1. Starting Over
  2. Devil Always Made Me Think Twice
  3. Cold
  4. When I’m with You
  5. Arkansas
  6. Joy of My Life
  7. Hillbilly Blood
  8. Maggie’s Song
  9. Whiskey Sunrise
  10. Worry B Gone
  11. Old Friends
  12. Watch You Burn
  13. You Should Probably Leave
  14. Nashville, TN


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