Chris Stapleton has risen from one of Nashville’s most underrated writers to one of the biggest stars in country music. Even though he’s selling out venues across the country, the “Fire Away” singer still enjoys a good impromptu jam session.
During a recent visit to Nashville’s Carter Vintage Guitars, Stapleton sat down with Jack Pearson, famed guitarist from the Allman Brothers Band, and acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Tyler Andal for some pickin’ and grinnin’.
Nashville is home to some of the best music stores in the world, which feature one-of-a-kind instruments. If you’re lucky, you may be able to sit down and strum a few chords on these expensive toys. I’m guessing that Stapleton could choose any instrument he’d like for a little test drive, but he chose a stunning acoustic guitar that sounds incredible in his hands.
Although I’m sure Stapleton has plenty of things on his plate already, he may want to look into starting an acoustic trio with Pearson and Andal. From this hypnotizing performance, I can only imagine how great they would sound mic’d up in front of an excited crowd.
There’s one thing Stapleton fans can be sure of – he has no plans on slowing down any time soon. He has a packed touring schedule, which includes a stop at Charlie Daniels’ Volunteer Jam in Nashville on Nov. 30. You can find a full list of upcoming tour dates at his official website.