Marty and the Superlatives open with My Bucket's Got A Hole In It - Randy Travis sings his hit: Diggin' Up Bones - Connie smith sings Ain't It Good To Be In Love Again - Marty and the Superlatives perform the intrumental number: Marty Stuart Visits The Moon - Leroy Troy performs Lonesome Road Blues - Randy joins Marty and the Superlatives for this week's spiritual offering Lost Highway, with assistance from Kayton Roberts on the steel guitar, and Hank Singer, on the fiddle – Randy Travis closes with one of his biggest hits: Forever And Ever, Amen.moreless
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