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Marty Stuart is a country singer-songwriter, famous for his traditional folk style as well as his combination of such music with honky tonk and rockabilly. He made some of the most noted country albums in the early nineties including Tempted, Love and Luck, This One’s Gonna Hurt, The Pilgrim, and Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best. The two former albums attained the ranks of gold and platinum, respectively, in the United States and Canada. His hit singles include Sweet Love, Now That’s Country, Burn Me Down, Tempted, Now This One’s Gonna Hurt, Till I Found You, Western Girls Hillbilly Rock and Little Things. Stuart has released sixteen studio albums alongside, two compilation offering and a total of thirty-four singles and twenty-three videos. The artist can play from a variety of instruments including mandolin, electric and acoustic guitars. Marty Stuart tickets are a popular treat among country lovers nostalgic for the nineties hits.
Marty Stuart has been involved in country music since a very early age, and learnt how to play the mandolin and guitar on his own. After playing with the bluegrass band The Sullivans for some time, Stuart came across Roland White, a band member of Lester Flatt, who invited him to perform with him alongside Nashville Grass in Delware at a Labor Day gig in 1972, following which he offered Stuart to join his band on permanent basis, which the latter accepted. Stuart played with Flatt until 1978, at which point the group dissolved. The country artist then worked alongside fiddler Vasser Clements and guitarist Doc Watson and also joined the backing band of Johnny Cash in 1980, prior to which he released his first ever solo album called With a Little Help From My Friends. By 1992, he issued another album titled Busy Beef Café, which like its predecessor was a dominantly bluegrass album.
In 1985, Marty Stuart performed with Johnny Cash in his Memphis show, while also playing on his album titled Class of 55’, which also featured the likes of Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and Roy Orbison. At the end of these recording sessions, Stuart was offered a recording deal with Columbia Records, which he signed and released a self-titled studio effort the following year. The album produced a hit titled Arlene, which is said to save the day since it was the only success from the offering. He then recorded another album called Let There Be Country, which could not be released owing to his reluctance to feature Johnny Cash in it leading to his being dropped from the label.
Marty Stuart then ha to return to Mississippi where Roland White offered him to rejoin his group as the fiddler, helping Stuart to re-launch his career as a singer. Sometime later he went back to Nashville and singed with MCA Records and released the album Hillbilly Rock in 1990, which turned out to be quite the commercial success with the title song becoming his first to enter the Top Ten on Country charts, and the track Western Girls entered the Top Twenty. This album garnered some degree of critical success and also included a cover of Johnny Cash’s song Cry! Cry! Cry!. Stuart then went on to release another album called Tempted, the title tracks of which made it to the Top Five hits.
In August 2008, Marty Stuart announced that he would be hosting a new television show that would feature traditional country music such as Hee Haw, Flatt & Scruggs and The Porter Wagoner Show. The show titled Marty Stuart Show, started airing three months later, in November on RFD-TV cable. Each of its episodes featured musical performances by the artist and a group of performers called FabulousSuperlatives, which also included his wife Connie Smith alongside guests. Stuart produced and hosted thirty episodes with Grand Ole Pry’s announcer Eddie Stubbs and the disc jockey of WSM. This show was aired in the prime-time lineup also featuring Hee Haw, Music & Motors and Postcards from Nebraska. Book cheap Marty Stuart tickets and be there for a performance by the longtime country musician who commands the southern rock and country genres like no other.
Marty Stuart is a country singer and a songwriter. He is famous for his country music, sung in the traditional style as well as his experimentation with other kinds of music. These newer styles include an amalgamation of flairs such as ‘honky tonk’ and ‘rock’. Buy Marty Stuart tickets for his latest show and bask in the country music charm of this talented singer.
Born in 1958 in Philadelphia, Marty Stuart has come to gain the title of being one of the most eclectic artists that there is. This is because of the fact that he plays diverse kinds of music and has created an entirely new style for himself. From a very young age, he fell in love with country music. He learned how to play the mandolin and the guitar by himself. He started to perform with the group Sullivans at the tender age of twelve. He came into contact with Ronald White after this who offered him a place in his band; an offer that Stuart accepted. Later on, he worked with Vassar Clements and Doc Watson. In the 1980’s he started working in the backing band of Johnny Cash. His debut album ‘With a Little Help From My Friends’ was released through Ridge Runner Records. His second album ‘Busy Bee Café’ hit the shelves in accordance with Sugar Hill Records. However, the genre for both albums was bluegrass and they were unable to get Stuart any fame. He married Johnny Cash’s daughter in 1983 but divorced her five years later. By 1985, Stuart was following a solo career.
Fame came to Marty Stuart with the release of his album ‘Hillbily Rock’. Two of the songs from the album ‘Hillbily Rock’ and ‘Western Girl’ were particularly successful. They topped the country charts and got him much deserved popularity. He worked in collaboration with Travis Tritt, co-writing a song with him titled ‘The Whiskey Aint Workin’.’ The song was released on Tritt’s album as a debut and was a huge hit for Stuart. Marty Stuart toured with Travis between the years 1991 and 1992 and it was called ‘No Hats’ tour. This was because at that time, the trend had become for every country singer to turn up on stage wearing a cowboy hat. In 1992, Marty Stuart released his first Gold album ‘This One’s Gonna Hurt You’. His album ‘Love and Luck’ released in 1994 failed to garner any success for him and turned out to be rather disappointing. Three songs were released on this album but only one of them, ‘Kiss Me, I’m Gone’ was remotely successful and reached the top 40 list. This was the time when his sales began to decline steeply. The following year MCA released the album ‘The Marty Party Hit pack’. This resulted in many ‘Marty Party’ concerts being held all over Nashville. Another album was released in 1996 titled ‘Honky Tonkin’s What I Do Best’ but this album too was not as successful as Stuart had hope it would be.
He married country singer Connie Smith in 1997 and helped her out with her career. He helped her produce the album ‘Connie Smith’ in which he wrote eight out of the ten songs. In 2000, he played the voice of the reverend in the film ‘Tom Sawyer.’ Stuart left MCA to join Columbia in 2003 and released another album. The album however was not very successful and did not make it to the list of the top forty singles. He launched a record label in 2005 titled ‘Superlatone Records.’ He released three singles on this record ‘Live At Ryman’, ‘Badlands’ and ‘Souls’ Chapel’. His concept album was released in 2005 titled ‘Badlands: Ballads of The Lakota’ which was themed on the Sioux culture. Buy Marty Stuart tickets to his upcoming concert and find out why he is such a big name in the world of pop music.
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