See Chris Stapleton’s ‘Tryin’ to Untangle My Mind’ on ‘Austin City Limits’ Appearance [Watch]
Chris Stapleton will bring his talents to Austin City Limits this weekend, but a preview of the episode shows his performance of "Tryin' to Untangle My Mind."
The timeless-sounding song demonstrates what Stapleton has to offer: strong musicianship on guitar and an exquisite voice. The honest track blends Stapleton's soulful sound with Americana and country, allowing his voice to shine.
"Well, I do what I do and I don't know why / But I do what I do, 'til the day I die / No heartache for the ticket / So I guess I'll pay the fine / Tryin' to untangle my mind," he belts as wife Morgane provides subtle, yet beautiful harmonies.
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Other songs fans can anticipate in his Austin City Limits appearance? "Second One to Know," "Fire Away" and his famous cover of "Tennessee Whiskey." His episode of the concert series, which also features the Turnpike Troubadours, is set to air Saturday (Feb. 17) on PBS.
"Tryin' to Untangle My Mind" is featured on Stapleton's chart-topping From A Room: Volume 2 album. The success of this mainstream newcomer's work only continues to grow, with the acclaimed singer-songwriter taking home all the awards he was nominated for at the 2018 Grammys — Best Country Album for From A Room: Volume 1, Best Country Song for "Broken Halos" and Best Country Solo Performance for "Either Way.
Additionally, Stapleton achieved a rare career feat when three of his albums sat in the top three spots on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart all at the same time in early 2018, making him the first artist to do so since Garth Brooks in 1992. The "Nobody to Blame" singer also had a hand in Justin Timberlake's new album, Man of the Woods, and is featured on the track "Say Something." Stapleton has extended his 2018 All-American Road Show Tour, adding several dates throughout the summer and fall. Marty Stuart and Brent Cobb and join him when the tour launches June 16 and runs through Nov. 3.
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