| Marty and His Fabulous
Superlatives performed "Tear The Woodpile Down,"
"Freight Train Boogie," and "Angels Rock Me To
Sleep" on the Friday, October 25 Grand Ole Opry.
The Marty Stuart Center is one step closer to becoming a reality. The Coca Cola building at the corner of Myrtle Street and Center Avenue in Philadelphia, Mississippi is now under the ownership of the Industrial Development Authority who will administer $1 million in state bond money to develop The Marty Stuart Center. Click here to read more about it.
Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives performed "Hillbilly Rock," "The Whiskey Ain't Workin'," an instrumental, and "The Unseen Hand" on the Tuesday, October 1 Grand Ole Opry.
Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives performed "Tear The Woodpile Down," "Who Will Sing For Me" and "Country Music's Got A Hold On Me" on the Friday, September 27 Grand Ole Opry.
Marty and Connie were on hand at the induction of Old Crow Medicine Show into the Grand Ole Opry. Click here to read about the evening.
Screenshots and recap of the August 31 Marty Stuart Show Special taped at the Ellis Theatre in Philadelphia, Mississippi are on the website.
Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives performed "Stop The World (And Let Me Off)," "All The Pretty Horses," and "There's A Rainbow At The End Of Every Storm" on the Friday, August 23 Grand Ole Opry. Eddie Stubbs announced there will be a Season 6 of The Marty Stuart Show on RFD-TV.
On August 16, Marty invited Old Crow Medicine Show to become the next member of the Grand Ole Opry. Click here to read all about it.
Screenshots and recap of the June 29 Marty Stuart Show featuring Merle Haggard are on the website.
Screenshots and recap of the June 22 Marty Stuart Show featuring John Conlee are on the website.
Screenshots and recap of the June 15 Marty Stuart Show featuring Corb Lund are on the website.
Screenshots and recap of the June 8 Marty Stuart Show featuring The Sullivans are on the website.
Read Billboard, Country Weekly, The Tennessean, and USA Today's reviews of the June 5 Late Night Jam.
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.
Source Books is offering Marty's photo book Country Music: The Masters in digital format as a download for $19.95. The download includes video and audio. According to Erin Shanahan, Digital Initiatives Manager, "Once you download the book, the video plays on the page it's supposed to within the book, Marty's stories correspond with the photo you're actually looking at right then. You never have to leave the book to get the audio. And, several of the photos are enlargeable, too." You can preview the book, audio and video and download the book here.
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