Released his debut solo album, Traveller.
Performed the Don Williams song, "Amanda," at the Grand Ole Opry with his wife Morgane.
Founded the Southern rock band The Jompson Brothers.
Won an International Bluegrass Music Association Award for "Emerging Artist of the Year."
Sang lead vocals with the band The SteelDrivers.
Brother, father, and both grandathers are coal miners.
Began collaborating with songwriter Steve Leslie while still living in Kentucky.
Relocated from Lexington, Kentucky to Nashville, Tennessee in 2001 to pursue a recording career.
Worked as a songwriter for 15 years before landing a recording contract as a solo artist.
Frequently performed live with his wife Morgane Stapleton providing harmonies and backing vocals.
A duet with Justin Timberlake at the 2015 CMA Awards marked Stapleton's mainstream debut.