2010

Receives International Award From American Society of Photographers

The Marty Stuart Show remains the #1 show on RFD-TV (Season 3)

The Sparkle & Twang exhibit opens at the Tupelo Automobile Museum in Tupelo, MS

Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions is released

Marty Stuart’s Trail Marker, #2, is unveiled in Philadelphia, MS on the Country Music Trail in Mississippi. After Nashville’s flood of 2010, Stuart re-writes “Let the Church Roll On” and sings it a the War Memorial Auditorium , which the Opry was using as its temporary home. It was the first song sung on the Grand Ole Opry after the show came back on the air.

Receives a STAR on Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center's Walk of Fame in front of the Mississippi State University Riley Center for Educational and Performing Arts in Meridian

The Sparkle & Twang exhibit opens at the MSU Riley Center in Meridian, MS

Art of Country Music: The Marty Stuart Collection opens at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans, LA

The Marty Stuart Show remains the #1 show on RFD-TV (Season 4)

Produces Connie Smith’s Long Line of Heartaches CD for Sugar Hill Records

Receives Harmony Award at Nashville’s Symphony Ball