Riley Green Gives New Life To Chris Stapleton’s ‘Whiskey And You’ and Fans Can’t Get Enough

Riley Green; Photo by Andrew Wendowski, Chris Stapleton; Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images
Riley Green; Photo by Andrew Wendowski, Chris Stapleton; Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images
Riley Green; Photo by Andrew Wendowski, Chris Stapleton; Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images

Riley Green brought out his acoustic guitar in a new Instagram video on Thursday (April 23) to perform a stunning cover of Chris Stapleton’s “Whiskey And You.”

“Whiskey And You” is from Stapleton’s 2005 album, Traveller, and was co-written with Stapleton alongside Lee Thomas Miller.

“Come tomorrow, I can walk in any store / It ain’t a problem, they’ll always sell me more / But your forgiveness / Well, that’s something I can’t buy / There ain’t a thing that I can do / That’s the difference between whiskey and you,” the country crooner sings.

During the one-minute video clip, Green is seen wearing a grey hat and white tee-shirt in what appears to be the comfort of his own living room.

Earlier this week, Riley Green turned heads with the debut of a new song called “Better Than Me,” which was inspired by the current global pandemic.

His debut album, Different ‘Round Here, is available now.

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