Chris Stapleton Delivers Impromptu Bluegrass Jam At Local Guitar Store


Imagine walking through your local guitar store to casually browse through the musical merchandise, and right there in the middle of everything is country superstar Chris Stapleton getting down on his acoustic guitar!

Stapleton and the beloved mandolin duo, Tyler Andal and Jack Pearson got down in the middle of Carter Vintage Guitars for an impromptu bluegrass jam session. The three sit arranged in a circular formation for the acoustic jam with Stapleton on the acoustic guitar while Andal and Pearson play their signature instrument, the mandolin.

Carter Vintage Guitars is located in Nashville, Tennessee, and has an impressive stock of high-quality vintage instruments and contemporary instruments. The merchandise is available in a wide range of prices based on quality and rarity.

Stapleton was touring for his critically acclaimed debut album, Traveller. Following the 2015 CMAs, the 38-year-old country star became the first artist to win “Album of the Year,” “Male Vocalist of the Year,” and “New Artist of the Year”  simultaneously. Apart from his own personal recording successes, Stapleton had also co-written six No.1 hits for some of the biggest names in country music.

Watch the country trio’s jam session in the video below and be sure to let us know what you think in the comments below!