Thursday, April 18 | 7:30 p.m.
Winter/Spring 2013 Concert Series
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Among country music’s most historically minded new traditionalists and flamboyant performers, Marty Stuart is one of its most eclectic artists, moving between honky-tonk, rockabilly, country-rock, traditional country, and bluegrass.
Long revered as an accomplished musician, five-time GRAMMY winner Stuart has been at the top of the game for nearly four decades. From his beginnings as a thirteen-year-old mandolin player in Lester Flatt’s band to his frequent collaborations with Johnny Cash and solo country hits in the early 1990s, to his recent recordings and tours with his crackerjack band, The Superlatives, Stuart has earned a place as one of American music’s great artists.
“Marty Stuart’s music is everything country should be. . . . There’s something about the instrumentation—especially the lush steel guitar, banjo and of course Stuart’s crisp, yet twangy emotion-laden vocals, that touched my heart.”—NoDepression.com