Tennessee Whiskey - Framed Soundwave Art
- Chris Stapleton inspired soundwave art.
- Framed and ready-to-hang with a black wood frame and museum-quality glass.
- Three size choices: Tabloid, Classic, Premium.
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- American made.
"Tennessee Whiskey" was originally recorded by American country music artist David Allan Coe. The bluesy ballad about the intoxicating power of love was Kentucky songwriter Chris Stapleton’s breakout solo hit.
Stapleton recalled the cover’s genesis in an interview with Fader:
"It’s always been a favorite song of mine. We had a show in Charlottesville, and we were sound checking, waiting around for the mics to get set up. Me and the guys in the band started playing a little bit and got into that groove, so I started thinking, “Man, what song could I sing over top of this?“ For whatever reason, I started singing “Tennessee Whiskey.”
"At the time, we had a steel player by the name of Steve Hinson who used to play with George Jones on the road—maybe that was part of the equation. But we decided to do the song that night and every night since. By the time we got into the studio, it was something we all enjoyed playing. It’s a part of the fabric of things that influenced me over the years."