Chris Stapleton is extending his “All-American Road Show” Tour dates with a stop at Jones Beach on Thur, Aug 25, 2022 with support acts Elle King and Morgan Wade.
The “You Should Probably Leave” singer noted in an Instagram post that tickets to the added show dates will be available on Friday. Stapleton is one of many fan-favorite country artists to be nominated in multiple award categories at the 57th Academy of Country Music Awards next month. Stapleton is up for Male Artist of the Year, Entertainer of the Year, Single of the Year (“You Should Probably Leave”), and Video of the Year (“I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version),” a collaboration with pop titan Taylor Swift). The two-hour “concert event of the year,” hosted at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, is set to live stream commercial-free on Prime Video beginning at 8 p.m. EST on Monday, March 7. Stapleton, 43, is touring in support of his latest album, "Starting Over," which is currently nominated for three Grammy awards and five Academy of Country Music awards. The record features hits, "You Should Probably Leave," and the title track.
Tanner Elle Schneider, known professionally as Elle King, is an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, television personality, and actress. Her musical style encompasses country, soul, rock and blues. In 2012, King released her debut EP, The Elle King EP, on RCA; one track from that EP, "Playing for Keeps", is the theme song for VH1's Mob Wives Chicago series.
Morgan Wade is an American country music singer. Active since 2018, she has released one album on Thirty Tigers record label in 2021.. she is a native of Floyd, Virginia. She began writing songs as a freshman in college, and in 2018, she recruited musicians through Craigslist to record her first album Puppets with My Heart, which was credited to The Stepbrothers. Wade told Rolling Stone Country that she was inspired to do this after breaking up with her boyfriend. Wade later said that the stress of touring and recording with the Stepbrothers led to her developing alcohol addiction.