9 Chris Stapleton Music Quotes

” I just try to make the best music that I can. People are going to label it whatever they’re going to label it. “


” I always tell people, ‘The music’s free. I get paid to travel. “


” I think the path is different for everybody. Go after the doors that are open to you. That has always been my motto getting into the music business. Do the things that seem to be good opportunities and work hard at it. Try to make good decisions and be nice. Hopefully all of that will pay off at some point. “


” A lot of great bluegrass comes out of Kentucky. There’s a lot of great music, like the Judds, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ricky Skaggs, and Keith Whitley. There’s a lot of bluegrass intertwined with country music. “


” I like things that don’t sound particularly processed or mechanical or made by machines. I like music that contains human elements, with all their flaws. There’s air in it, and you can hear a room of a bunch of guys playing. Those are the magic parts. “


” We have a history in country music of writing about the darker side of things – maybe not as much in modern times, but there’s a lot of cheating and self-deprecation. We sort it out in song, in country music, as a genre. “


” We have that storytelling history in country and bluegrass and old time and folk music, blues – all those things that combine to make up the genre. It was probably storytelling before it was songwriting, as far as country music is concerned. It’s fun to be a part of that and tip the hat to that. You know, and keep that tradition alive. “


” In the kind of fast-food world that we live in, where everything’s so fast paced and it’s, ‘Look over here! Look over there,’ we don’t really take the time to sit down and enjoy music – or anything else, for that matter. “


” Music is not a game to me. I take it very seriously. “



All 9 Chris Stapleton Quotes about Music in picture


I just try to make the best music that I can. People are going to label it whatever they
I always tell people,


I think the path is different for everybody. Go after the doors that are open to you. That has always been my motto getting into the music business. Do the things that seem to be good opportunities and work hard at it. Try to make good decisions and be nice. Hopefully all of that will pay off at some point.
A lot of great bluegrass comes out of Kentucky. There
I like things that don
We have a history in country music of writing about the darker side of things - maybe not as much in modern times, but there
We have that storytelling history in country and bluegrass and old time and folk music, blues - all those things that combine to make up the genre. It was probably storytelling before it was songwriting, as far as country music is concerned. It
In the kind of fast-food world that we live in, where everything
Music is not a game to me. I take it very seriously.
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