Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show: 5 Reasons the Superstar’s 2018 Tour Shouldn’t Be Missed
Chris Stapleton's All-American Road Show is coming to the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater this Thursday, October 18th, and we're psyched!
The show has sold out, but a few resale tickets remain--check Ticketmaster for more. We have a review of the first show of the tour below to get y'all hyped for Thursday night.
For two hours on Thursday night (June 28), Chris Stapleton held court in Darien, N.Y. The stage was sparse -- though the country star's spaceship-like rig is darn cool, it's simple compared to other setups -- but, as fans know by now, what Stapleton lacks in flash, he makes up for in blistering guitar solos, a talented-as-heck band and a voice that would sound amazing singing just about anything.
Stapleton and his three backing musicians -- wife Morgane is notably absent on the 2018 All-American Road Show, having given birth to twins this spring -- ran through a 20-song set featuring tracks from all three of Stapleton's albums, a cover or two and even a couple of special guests. The audience was rowdy, but respectful; they seemed to know that they were in the presence of a legend in the making, and they were eager to soak up the experience.
That music-focused atmosphere is only one reason Stapleton's 2018 tour is one not to be missed, however. Read on for five more.