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Johnny Cash's 'Unchained' at 20: Marty and Producer Rick Rubin recall the 1996 album

(Bob King/Getty) "To hear Johnny Cash sing a Jimmie Rodgers song towards the end of the 20th century in the middle of Los Angeles … it's almost like the spiritual clock of country music was reset during that song." This is how singer-songwriter and country-music historian Marty Stuart frames the initial impact and enduring legacy of Unchained, the second installment in...

Marty Announces Line Up For the 15th Annual Late Night Jam

The lineup for the 15th annual Late Night Jam includes Brothers Osborne, Chuck Mead & The Grassy Knoll Boys, Connie Smith & The Sundowners, Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, JD McPherson, Maren Morris, Steve Riley & Doug Kershaw, The Isaacs, William & Ree plus many more to come. This event is a treat every year and not to be missed. Get tickets from Ticketmaster by clicking...

Inside Marty Stuart's Forgotten Native American Opus 'Badlands'

Ten years since its release, Stuart's musical tribute to the Lakota Sioux is as poignant as ever By Michael Streissguth When he hits the road this fall, Marty Stuart will take a few minutes to tell the story of Badlands: Ballads of the Lakota, his daring concept album about the Lakota Sioux, released 10 years ago this October. It's a decidedly under-the-radar release, and no doubt...

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...

Marty Stuart: Memory Keeper

by Julia Reed - Garden & Gun Magazine photos by David McClister 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 It's a frigid night in Fort Worth, Texas, and I am standing backstage at the two-thousand-seat Bass Performance Hall, where Marty Stuart and his band, the Fabulous...