Orthophonic Joy - 2015 - from Birthplace of Country Music

In 1927 people came down from the mountains to Bristol, Tennessee to record their mountain music. They ended up making history. In 2014, we're making history again. Rusty Morrell is the mastermind behind this project, and in conjunction with Carl Jackson, is producing the album "Orthophonic Joy - The Bristol Sessions Revisited".

 

Set to be released in Spring 2015, "Orthophonic Joy: The 1927 Bristol Sessions Revisited," features entertainment legend Dolly Parton, as well as country music stars Vince Gill, Emmylou Harris, Marty Stuart, Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers and Ashley Monroe. The recording project includes 16 of the original songs from the Bristol Sessions.

Marty and country artist Eric Church performing at the ACMs

Marty and country artist Eric Church are performing at the ACM - Academy of Country Music's 3rd annual Party For A Cause Festival on Saturday, April 18th in Arlington, TX. The entire lineup will be taped for a 2 hour special, "ACM Presents: Superstar Duets" to air on May 15th on CBS.

CHARLIE LOUVIN: STILL RATTLIN’ THE DEVIL’S CAGE

For the month of March, in honor of The Louvin Brothers getting a Lifetime Achievement Award at The Grammys, we have put the film online in it’s entirety. Charlie Louvin: Still Rattlin’ The Devil’s Cage features the likes of George Jones, Emmylou Harris, Marty Stuart, Alison Krauss, and John McCrea of Cake and premiered to a sold out crowd at the 2012 Nashville Film Festival.

 

Click here to watch the film and for more info

14TH ANNUAL MARTY STUART'S LATE NIGHT JAM ANNOUNCED

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

10:00 PM

$39.50 & $29.50

On Sale Friday, March 6 at 10 AM

 

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FABULOUSLY SUPERLATIVE STUART PLAYS FOR 30,000 AT CITY WINERY

Review by Jim Bessman of the Examiner.com.

 

“I’d say 30,000,” Marty Stuart said to a journalist friend after his show last night at a full City Winery. He was estimating the crowd in the 300-seat room--part of a longstanding routine with the journalist, who was in an audience of maybe six or seven at another Stuart show in Manhattan many years ago, though Stuart had tallied several hundred... READ REVIEW

ARTICLE IN GARDEN & GUN MAGAZINE

BY JULIA REED - TENNESSEE - FEBRUARY/MARCH 2015

Marty Stuart may be one of country music's greats, but these days he's more concerned with preserving the legends of those who came before him... READ ARTICLE

WATCH MARTY STUART PERFORM "STREAMLINE" ON DAVID LETTERMAN

SATURDAY NIGHT / SUNDAY MORNING IS AVAILABLE NOW!

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NEW YORK TIMES ARTICLE

Conserving His Roots With Memories and Music

Marty Stuart Preserves Country in New Music and Photos - Click here to read

NPR  - MARTY STUART: KEEPER OF COUNTRY MUSIC'S COWBOY COUTURE

NPR  - MARTY STUART: KEEPER OF COUNTRY MUSIC'S COWBOY COUTURE

THE REVIEWS: MARTY STUART’S SATURDAY NIGHT & SUNDAY MORNING

“tremendously entertaining...a testament to the indisputable fact that he has one of the best bands working in any genre today”

Rolling Stone Country Online

 

“the double-disc shows this versatile, charismatic songwriter and performer at the top of his game with sides devoted to both traditional country fare”

American Songwriter Online

 

“The first side is steeped in sin, with 11 hard-charging, good-timing country songs that could have come straight from a honky-tonk on a particularly rowdy Saturday night. The second side digs into redemption with a dozen deep gospel songs.”

Wall Street Journal “Speakeasy”

 

“Ambitious”

Chicago Tribune

 

“The singing, the instrumentation, the production….it’s all perfect. Find a flaw, I dare you!...nobody does Gospel Music any better than Stuart, Vaughan, Martin, and Stinson”

Music News Nashville

 

NPR “Weekend Edition"

Album Takes Marty Stuart From Saturday Rock To Sunday Gospel - link.  From the honky-tonk to the house of worship, country music legend Marty Stuart's got you covered. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to Stuart about his new double album, Saturday Night And Sunday Morning.

 

Billboard Online

Feature that says “2014 has been a creative watershed year for Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives” and discusses the album, Frist exhibition, and tour. - link

 

Country Weekly

Positive review feature that posted online and ran in the October 6th print issue (on stands now) and says, “The first record, Saturday Night/Rough Around the Edges, celebrates the good times, while the second record, Sunday Morning/Cathedral, showcases Marty's love for gospel and spiritual tunes. “ The feature also discusses the Frist exhibition. - link

 

Vintage Guitar

Positive review feature that says: “This is, without question, his most ambitious effort in some time, and one that succeeds – from barstool to pew – without once losing its joy or fervor.” - link

 

Boston Globe

Positive review that says “Whether they’re going secular or sacred, Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives are simply a well-oiled juggernaut of capaciously conceived twang.” - link

 

Biloxi Sun Herald (MS)

Five-star positive review that says “Disc one is a cool song treasure trove… This is a wonderful package for fans of traditional country and gospel music.” - link

MARTY STUART AND HIS FABULOUS SUPERLATIVES ON WORLD CAFE

marty stuart on world cafeMarty Stuart And His Fabulous Superlatives can melt your heart with four-part harmonies, rock your bones with honky tonk, and dazzle you with picking worthy of their name. They even take you to church on their new, partially gospel-influenced double album, Saturday Night/Sunday Morning.

 

As a child prodigy, Stuart played fiddle and mandolin with bluegrass musician Lester Flatt. He found mainstream country success in the early 1990s before following his heart to less defined styles. Offstage, Stuart upholds country-music tradition though his legendary collection of memorabilia — which may soon live in a museum in his Mississippi hometown — and his photography of musicians, most notably the final portrait of his neighbor, the late Johnny Cash.

 

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AMERICAN SONGWRITER - 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...

 

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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.

 

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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.

 

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN.

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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