The Marty Stuart Show

Season 2 Episode 20

The Fabulous Superlatives III

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM May 01, 2010 on RFD
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The Fabulous Superlatives III
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Marty and The Superlatives open with 'Tempted' - 'Cousin' Kenny Vaughan sings 'The Things I Do' - Connie Smith sings 'Farmer's Blues' - 'The Apostle' Paul Martin sings 'There Won't Be Any More' - Leroy Troy sings 'That New River Train' - 'Handsome' Harry Stinson accompanies himself on the guitar, for the first time on TV, as he sings his own composition: 'What Jesus Can Do For You' - Marty and The Superlatives close with 'Lucky Man'.moreless

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Marty Stuart

Marty Stuart

Himself / Host

The Fabulous Superlatives

The Fabulous Superlatives

Themselves

Connie Smith

Connie Smith

Herself / Regular Performer

Eddie Stubbs

Eddie Stubbs

Announcer / Occasional Performer

Leroy Troy

Leroy Troy

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