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GRAMMY-winner and American music icon Marty Stuart is yet again helping preserve traditional country music with a new season of his highly rated TV show, The Marty Stuart Show, set to begin taping its third season in November.  Stuart handpicks the esteemed list of guests that has included Earl Scruggs, Merle Haggard, Dolly Parton, Dierks Bentley, Emmylou Harris, Vince Gill, Old Crow Medicine Show and many more over the past two seasons.  The show received a 2010 Telly Award, recognized as an outstanding cable TV program.

“I grew up watching shows like the Porter Wagoner show on TV, and I want to be able to provide people in America with a place to find that type of program again,” explains Stuart.  “We try and highlight the best of what’s happening in the way of traditional country music.  We get to work with old friends and some real music legends and also help introduce our audience to some new singers in the new wave coming up now….and it sure is fun!”
Stuart’s latest album, GHOST TRAIN (THE STUDIO B SESSIONS), represents another ode to country music’s legacy and is receiving glowing reviews from critics…

“The longer you ride in Marty Stuart’s Ghost Train, the more its speed and energy hits you like the wind in your face.” – Fresh Air/NPR

Ghost Train is near-perfect country.”- New York Post

Ghost Train offers further proof that the 51-year-old Stuart is really just now in his prime.”-Philadelphia Inquirer

“Country doesn’t get any better than this.”- Lincoln Star Journal

“An indelible link between traditional and modern country music.”-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Ghost Train is a captivating achievement.” –Country Weekly

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