Wyoming may be a state with under 600,000 people, but we're passionate about lots of things.

  • Keeping Wyoming beautiful
  • UW Cowboys
  • Rodeo
  • Horses
  • Outdoors
  • Guns
  • Hunting
  • Fishing
  • Music

The last one on that list, music, being one that most can agree with. A group of Wyoming music lovers that traveled to Denver, for the George Strait concert, decided that they would let everyone know how much they loved country music superstar Chris Stapleton.

It wasn't long ago, Chris Stapleton, had to postpone a show in Denver. That postponement ended up being for a couple years, but eventually, the star would get to blow the minds of those in attendance.

This past weekend, Chris wasn't the headlining star, he was support for George Strait. It's not the first time he'd played with the King of Country, but every time has to seem like a dream.

To make sure he doesn't miss one part of the experience, Stapleton has a photographer rolling with him named Andy Barron. Barron, will travel with him from town to town and take incredible pictures of the show.

When taking pictures of the Denver show, he snapped a photo of the sign hanging that reads:

Wyoming Girls Love Chris Stapleton

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Now, Chris Stapleton knows exactly how the Wyoming Girls feel about him. Thanks Andy, for helping get the message to Chris and the rest of the world.

Stapleton has been a driving force in Country Music since 2001, when he moved to Nashville and begun writing, then in 2015 he released his first solo album and he's been a superstar since.

Earlier this year, he ROCKED the National Anthem during the Super Bowl. I'm sure that helped the love, too.

Chris Stapleton's Best Live Shots

From his breakout night at the CMA Awards to sold-out arenas and stadiums across the world, take a look at these snapshots from some of Chris Stapleton's most memorable live performances.

PHOTOS: See Inside Chris Stapleton's New Country Music Hall of Fame Exhibit

A new exhibit highlighting the life and career of Chris Stapleton is currently open at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in downtown Nashville.

Chris Stapleton: Since 1978 includes childhood keepsakes, instruments, awards, clothing and unique keepsakes that tell the story of the Kentucky native's journey from an aspiring songwriter to one of country music's biggest stars.

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