new album Saturday Night / Sunday Morning
debuted at #162 on Billboard's Top 200 Albums chart
and at #24 on the Top Country Albums chart.
Marty celebrated his 56th birthday with the release of his latest album Saturday Night / Sunday Morning and he and The Fabulous Superlatives performed "Rough Around The Edges," " Old, Old House," "Boogie Woogie Down The Jerico Road," and "Angels Rock Me To Sleep" on the Tuesday night Grand Ole Opry.
American Songwriter has published a terrific interview with Marty. Click here to read it.
Hendersonville, Tennessee Mayor Scott Foster proclaimed August 26 'Connie Smith Day' in the City. Click here to read about Connie's special day.
Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives performed "Tear The Woodpile Down," "Just A Little Talk With Jesus," and "Life's Ups And Downs" on the Friday, August 8 Grand Ole Opry.
Screenshots and songs from the July 5 Marty Stuart Show are on the website.
Screenshots and songs from the June 28 Marty Stuart Show featuring Roger McGuinn are on the website.
Screenshots and songs from the June 21 Marty Stuart Show featuring Brandy Clark are on the website.
Screenshots and songs from the June 14 Marty Stuart Show featuring Vince Gill and Paul Franklin are on the website.
Screenshots and songs from the June 7 Marty Stuart Show featuring Bobby Braddock are on the website.
Read the reviews for Marty's Late Night Jam from The Tennessean, Rolling Stone, and USA Today.
Screenshots and songs from the May 31 Marty Stuart Show featuring Jesse McReynolds are on the website.
Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives will performed "Tear The Wood Pile Down," "Let Me Down Easy," and "Just A Little Talk With Jesus" on the Friday, May 30 Grand Ole Opry.
Screenshots and songs from the May 24 Marty Stuart Show featuring Charley Pride are on the website.
Screenshots and songs from the May 17 Marty Stuart Show featuring Hank III are on the website.
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts, 919 Broadway, Nashville, TN will present American Ballads: The Photographs of Marty Stuart as an exhibit from May 9 through November 2, 2014. Admission is $10 for adults. Children under the age of 18 are free.
Marty's mom, Hilda, has released a book of her photographs called Choctaw Gardens. The book features photographs of Hilda's early life as well as family photographs she has taken over the years, especially chronicling Marty's rise to fame. The book is available through Amazon and Nautilus Publishing for $38. Be sure to "like" her Facebook page. Check her events postings to see if she's coming to a book signing near you.
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