Nashville Recording Artist “CHAD TRIPLETT” releases “Bishop Coal Miner” a balled of Love & Tragedy!




Nashville, TN – Nashville Universe nominated singer/songwriter of the year, Nashville Recording Artist Chad Triplett has released his standout new single “BISHOP COAL MINER” to uniformly enthusiastic critical and fan acclaim, setting social media on fire. It has been released internationally on the 23 Muzik Group record label.

Chad wrote this True Story of Love and Tragedy in honor of the hard working Coal Miners from the Virginia/West Virginia making it an instant classic of his inimitable, classic style of country music. He has been invited to play during CMA Fest June 11-15 2015 Nashville, TN. at multiple locations including The Iceman’s CMA Fest Event at Manual’s, Tootsies and Country Fan Jam, iHeart Radio’s Chris Top Program will be interviewing him at BB King’s. Triplett’s voice, like his guitar work, has more character than a book by Mark Twain.

He sings with genuine, good-natured warmth and ease, and spins lyrical tales with the ability of a born poet. His songs are impeccably well written and guide the listener from verse to chorus and back again like a current of warm, summer wind. You can check him out and listen to all of his music at the following social media sites. He cites as main artistic influences legends such as Eric Church, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Jason Aldean, and the Marshall Tucker Band. When asked to describe the themes around which his excellent lyrics have been spun, Triplett describes the scenario in great and colorful detail, a skill he uses in writing his songs with much creativity.

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Born in shadow of The Appalachian Mountains in Western NC, Chad asked for his first guitar at the age of… ...Read More

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