The roots rocker's 'Austin City Limits' debut airs this weekend
The 43rd season of Austin City Limits concludes this weekend — and it goes out with a hell-raising set from Chris Stapleton. The show, which also sees Turnpike Troubadours take the stage, airs Saturday, Feb. 17 at 9 p.m. ET on PBS, but you can see an early preview here on EW.
“Tryin’ to Untangle My Mind,” which Stapleton released on the second iteration of his From a Room double album in 2017, is streaming below.
Stapleton recently added to his Grammy collection when he took home hardware for Best Country Album (From A Room: Vol. 1), Best Country Song (“Broken Halos”), and Best Country Solo Performance (“Either Way”) at the January awards ceremony. Just before the Super Bowl, his duet with Justin Timberlake, “Say Something,” dropped and next, he takes his All American Roadshow, featuring opening slots from Brent Cobb and Marty Stuart on the road. Dates, which stretch into November and dot the entire U.S. map, are available on Stapleton’s website.
Austin City Limits will be on break until the fall, but full episodes are online on the show’s PBS landing page. Season 43 also featured electric performances from the likes of Dan Auerbach, LCD Soundsystem, Run the Jewels, and more.