He assembled a band, the Fabulous Superlatives, and a boutique label, Superlatone Records, and released his “church house trilogy” — 2005’s Souls’ Chapel and the conceptual Badlands and 2006’s Live at the Ryman, which cracked the Bluegrass charts’ Top 5. After 2008’s Cool Country Favorites, a quasi-tribute to classic Country, Stuart signed with Sugar Hill for 2010’s Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions; his next album, Nashville, Vol. 1; Tear the Woodpile Down, is slated for release late next month.
A 1993 Grand Ole Opry inductee, Marty Stuart has written articles and a book, published his photographs of Country stars, assembled an exhibit of his memorabilia for the Tennessee State Museum and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and produced the late Porter Wagoner’s 2007 comeback album Wagonmaster.
Attention Country Music Hall of Fame: what are you waiting for? (Stuart’s appearance is part of the Syndicate Concert Series, with a pre-show dinner available; visit www.rwatickets.com for ticket info.)
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