5 Best Chris Stapleton Cover Songs that Demonstrate His OUTSTANDING Variety of Craft

Chris Stapleton posseses an incredible array of natural talent and has performed his own version of some terrific tracks through the years. . . We got here 5 of his best cover acts.

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Chris playing “Amanda” – a 1973 song composed by Bob McDill and recorded by Don Williams (1973), and made popular by Waylon Jennings (1974). “Amanda” turned into Waylon Jennings’ eighth solo # 1 on the country music charts.

Chris’s performance of “Silver Wings” as a homage to Merle Haggard.

Chris singing Prince’s “Nothing Compares to You” to honor the artist after his death.

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Chris’s version of Adele’s “If it Hadn’t Been for Love.”

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Chris Stapleton playing the Johnny Cash classic – “Folsom Prison Blues.”

Chris Stapleton has taken over the Country Music awards this 2016, and we expect him to do a lot more Country Music tracks, covers, and spectacular collaborations in the next few years.

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