The Marty Stuart Show

Saturday 8:00 PM on RFD
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  • Episode Guide
  • S 6 : Ep 26

    J.R. and Me

    Aired 7/5/14

  • S 6 : Ep 25

    Roger McGuinn II

    Aired 6/28/14

  • S 6 : Ep 24

    Brandy Clark II

    Aired 6/21/14

  • S 6 : Ep 23

    Vince Gill II

    Aired 6/14/14

  • S 6 : Ep 22

    Bobby Braddock

    Aired 6/7/14

  • Cast & Crew
  • Marty Stuart

    Himself / Host

  • Connie Smith

    Herself / Regular Performer

  • Eddie Stubbs

    Announcer / Occasional Performer

  • Gary Carter (III)

    Himself

  • The Fabulous Superlatives

    Themselves

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  • The 'Pride Of Route 8' Comes To TV -At the age of 14, Marty Stuart was touring with Flatt and Scruggs; At 22, he was a member of Johnny Cash's band, and had released a solo album of Bluegrass-music; In the 90s, he won 4 Grammy awards, and produced a string of top-10 Country hits, including Hillbilly Rock, Little Things, Burn Me Down, and his collaborations with Travis Tritt: This One's Gonna Hurt You, and The Whiskey Ain't Workin', both of which, were his own compositions.There was no doubt that Stuart had made his mark on the Country Music world, when, in 2008, he decided to give TV a shot, with The Marty Stuart Show. Produced by Stuart, himself, in a styIe very much like The Wilburn Brothers Show and The Porter Wagoner Show, this half-hour program premiered on the RFD TV Network on November 1st, 2008, and features performances by Stuart, and his band, The Fabulous Superlatives, his wife - Connie Smith, "The most popular man in Country Music": banjoist Leroy Troy, and weekly guest appearances by such Country luminaries as Mel Tillis, Little Jimmy Dickens, John Anderson, Charley Pride, Josh Turner, Dierks Bentley, The Oak Ridge Boys, and Charlie Daniels, among many others.Currently airing twice weekly, on RFD, this very laid-back production appeals to a wide range of Country fans, from Mountain/Bluegrass, to modern, to traditional Country.moreless

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    • Guests this week: The Tennessee Mafia Jug Band.

      Individually, they are: 'Lonesome' Lester Armistead (Vocals, Jug), David 'Ferg' Ferguson (Bass Fiddle), Dan Kelly (Fiddle), and Mike Armistead (Son of Lester - Guitar).

    • This week's guests: The Old Crow Medicine Show.

      Individually, they are: Ketch Secor (Lead vocals, fiddle, harmonica), Willie Watson (Vocals,guitar), 'Critter' Fuqua (Banjo, slide guitar), Kevin Hayes (Guitjo [A six-string banjo that plays like a guitar]), and Morgan Jahnig (Bass).

    • This week's guests: Dailey and Vincent (Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent), and Karen Wheeler.

    • The Cajun Fiddle Swing Band 'L'AngĂ©lus' is composed of 4 siblings from Lafayette, Louisiana: Stephen, Johnny, Paige, and Katie Rees.

    • Charlie Louvin was born Charlie Eizer Loudermilk, on July 7th, 1927, in Section, Alabama, and passed away on January 26th, 2011 - Three days before this episode aired - At the age of 83, in Wartrace, Tennessee.

    • Members of The Carolina Chocolate Drops - A Durham, North Carolina old-style string band - Are Rhiannon Giddens, Dom Flemons, and Justin Robinson.

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