The American Songwriter Online - Angels And Devils: A Q&A With Marty Stuart
For fans of traditional country and roots music, there may be no more hotly anticipated fall release than Marty Stuart’s Saturday Night & Sunday Morning, a double album to be released on September 30 on Marty’s Supertone label...
Rolling Stone Country includes Marty and 'SNSM' in a roundup of "13 New Must-Hear Country Albums"
The piece calls the album "a tremendously entertaining continuation of his dedication to American music and a testament to the indisputable fact that he has one of the best bands working in any genre today." The piece also features Kenny Chesney, Tim McGraw and Lady Antebellum.
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American Ballads: The Photographs of Marty Stuart
A companion book to the exhibit of Marty's photography currently at the First Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville. The book covers the 3 elements of the exhibit: The Master, Blue line Hot Shots and Badlands.
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EXCLUSIVE: LISTEN TO MARTY STUART'S 'JAILHOUSE'
A new track from a country legend for the weekend. Marty Stuart has been making country music for more than 40 years, racking up five Grammys in the process. His forthcoming release, Saturday Night & Sunday Morning, out September 30, is a double album, with one half capturing the wild abandon of a night on the town while the other is more contemplative and gospel–influenced. This song, "Jailhouse,” is from the former, a country rock foot-stomper to send you riding off into this week's sunset and the fun of the weekend.
Marty Stuart Announces Double Album (Exclusive Details + Song Premiere)
Marty Stuart has a new double album in the works. "Saturday Night & Sunday Morning" arrives Sept. 30 on his own Superlatone label, and Billboard has an exclusive premiere of one of its tracks. Listen to "Rough Around the Edges," a pedal steel-covered shuffle, right here.
The Marty Stuart Show Photo Book is Here!
Five seasons of country music history has been captured and documented for the ages by the Dean of Country Music photographers, Les Leverett; Marty Stuart documentarian, Bill Thorup; and the Fabulous Superlatives photographic biographer, Anthony Scarlati.
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