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STAPLETON STAYS WITH WCM
9/13/22

Chris Stapleton will remain in the Warner Chappell stable, having renewed his global publishing deal with the Nashville crew led by Ben Vaughn.

Stapleton has been with Warner Chappell Music for the past eight years during which time he has amassed 10 platinum singles, eight Grammy Awards, 14 CMA Awards, eight ACM Awards, and billions of streams.

“Chris Stapleton is a once-in-a-lifetime talent,” WCM Nashville President & CEO Vaughn said. “The way he crafts lyrics set against his rhythms makes you literally feel the music. We believe his music will live on for generations and we couldn’t be more honored to continue working with such a timeless songwriter and artist.”

Currently headlining his All-American Road Show tour, Stapleton is represented by managers Coran Capshaw, Zach Peters and Clay Hunt of Red Light Management as well as his attorney Chip Petree of Ritholz Levy Fields.