Bank of NH Pavilion | Gilford, New Hampshire
One of the longest-running tours from country music’s “Golden Child” is back on the road this summer to give country fans one of the best concert experiences. The multi-Grammy award-winning Chris Stapleton is back at it again for his “All American Roadshow.” Together with the country and bluegrass musician Marty Stuart, Chris Stapleton will perform at the Bank of NH Pavilion on August 10. Witness the intensity of Stapleton’s live performances and be enthralled with his raw, powerful voice as he sings his hits songs, such as “Broken Halos,” “The Devil Named Music,” “Tennessee Whiskey,” and “You Should Probably Leave,” among many others. Opening for the country superstar is the husband and wife duo of Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter, aka The War and Treaty. Catch this incredible lineup of artists on a concert night you won’t forget. Get your tickets now.
Famous for his artistic sound that blends country, classic rock, and Southern soul, Chris Stapleton is undoubtedly one of the biggest stars in country music today. With 10 Academy of Country Music trophies and 14 wins from the Country Music Association Awards, Stapleton's dominance in country music is undeniable. From his humble beginnings as a songwriter and as a member of the bluegrass band The SteelDrivers to his meteoric rise as a country superstar in 2015 and to his prolific career in the present, he has accumulated a total of 18 Grammy nominations, in which he has won 8 of them, including the Best Country Song for "Cold" and Best Country Album for Starting Over in the 2022 Grammy Awards.
Stapleton's discography includes songs from a variety of musical genres that tell a wide range of stories. His innate and superb talent in songwriting was evident in his albums that cater to the "country music needs" of a large demographic. His superb and powerful vocals, pure raw passion, heartfelt lyrics, and earnest ear for melody set him apart from the many "White Men With Guitars" in country music. His most impressive skill is he can ultimately make music that is both instantly recognizable and comforting. Any country fan knows Stapleton's massive hits, such as Broken Halos," "You Should Probably Leave," "Fire Away," "The Devil Named Music," and "Tennessee Whiskey," among many others.
This 2023, Chris Stapleton's longest-running tour, "The All American Road Show," is back on the road this summer. And good news to country music fans in New Hampshire because the singer-songwriter will be back at the Bank of NH Pavilion this August 10. He will be joined by the American country and bluegrass singer-songwriter Marty Stuart. The multi-Grammy award-winning actor will also perform his hits, including "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'," "Tempted," and "Little Things." Opening for the concert is the duo The War and Treaty. The duo is composed of husband and wife Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter. Formed in 2014, the duo has won Americana Music Honors & Awards twice. They are best known for their single "Five More Minutes," which reached #22 in the US Triple A Charts.
If you are looking for a night of superb music and genuine fun from some of the best in the Country and Americana music scene, this is a must-attend concert event. Get your tickets before they run out. Order yours by hitting the "Get Tickets" link here.