Chris Stapleton is nearing the top of the country charts with “Broken Halos,” which recently won the Grammy Award for Best Country Song. He wrote the tune with his buddy Mike Henderson several years ago, and as he tells us, it still stands the test of time. “If you can write a song and you listen to it 10 years away from writing it and go, ‘You know, that’s a pretty good song. I like that song,’ then it’s a pretty good indication that it’s probably okay because it’s holding up. If it held up the day you wrote it and it holds up for you in a completely different segment of your life, hopefully that means it’ll help more people, and it’ll mean more to more people. It’s gonna mean something to different people if it’s a good song.”
“Broken Halos” is from Chris' CMA and Grammy Award-winning album, From A Room: Volume 1, which was released last May. Chris is the most-nominated artist at this year’s ACM Awards, which will take place on April 15th at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.