Marty Stuart Tour Schedule
Marty Stuart has been a fixture on the country music scene since the 1970's and skyrocketed
to fame with a string of hits in the Nineties. To pigeonhole Marty Stuart as merely a country artist may be a bit unfair,
as he makes a unique style of music that is a blend of rockabilly, country, and honky tonk, with a bit of rock and roll thrown
in for good measure. However you choose to classify Marty Stuart's music its appeal is undeniable and his live show remains
one of the best in the business. If you have yet to see Marty Stuart live, know that you are missing ut on one of the best
live shows in all of music. Fortunately you have the opportunity to fix that thanks to StubHub who has tickets to every stop
on Marty Stuart's current tour.
Marty Stuart has a string of summer tour dates lined up beginning with a June 4th show
at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. There is no better place to see a real country superstar like Marty Stuart
than in Nashville so you may want to start making travel plans. On June 15th Marty Stuart will perform with Connie Smith at
American Music Theatre in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Marty Stuart will also be taking part in the three day Buckle Up Music
Festival, taking the stage on Friday July 18th at Sawyer Point Yeatmans Cove in Cincinnati, Ohio for the festival. Marty also
has another performance with Connie Smith lined up at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center in Renfro Valley, Kentucky on September
13th. Be sure to check back on StubHub regularly to see when Marty Stuart adds more tour dates and to buy tickets.
About the Artist
Honing his talents as a country star since he was just 13 years old, the talented Marty Stuarty
has been selling out concerts in his own right for years. The proud owner of a large array of spectacular guitars and also
the original B-bender Telecaster guitar belonging to Clarence White, Stuart is incredibly invested in the genre of his profession,
as it has influenced him to get to where he is today. From an early age Marty has been obsessed with country music, and even
taught himself how to play multiple instruments at the age of twelve. Having learned to play both the mandolin and guitar
at a young age, Marty Stuart got his start when he was hired by bluegrass legend Lester Flatt to play the mandolin when he
was only thirteen years old. Stuart played with Flatt until his death in 1979 and from then on continued to work with other
talented individuals, playing his trusty acoustic and electric guitars with famous artists such as the iconic Johnny Cash.
It wasn't long after that Stuart left to pursue his solo career, gaining plenty of attention by the media along the way. Since
starting his solo career, Marty hasn't looked back as he has been delivering his distinct hard country sound ever since. A
living legend, you won't want to miss out on seeing Marty Stuart play at a venue near you!
Stuart had spent many years working as a country artist, writing and recording songs for himself and others since the early
Seventies. However, it was not until 1991 that Marty Stuart scored his first big hit. That year he wrote a song titled The
Whiskey Ain't Working with Travis Tritt which the two recorded as a duet that was featured on Tritt's album, It's All About
to Change. The single became a big hit for the two country artists and things did indeed begin to change, as Stuart's record
label finally started giving him some more support. The following year Marty Stuart released his album This One's Gonna Hurt
You which featured the title track that was another duet with Travis Tritt and was a top ten country single.
You have been waiting for months if not years for this night to come and finally as the lights lower you
begin to see the beloved Marty Stuart making his way out onto the stage. The crowd erupts in applause as Vince approaches
the mic. A hush falls over the crowd as she thanks them and launches into a fan favorite from his hit albums like Busy Bee
Cafe, Hillbilly Rock, Tempted, This One's Gonna Hurt You, Let There Be Country, Love and Luck, or others. The crowd once again
erupts and sings and dances along to hits throughout the night. Always known to have an incredible stage presence and a powerful
voice, Marty Stuart really knows how to connect with his fans no matter how big or small the venue in which he is performing.
He is one country performer any music lover will not want to miss when he comes to town.
Marty Stuart married fellow country singer Connie Smith. The married couple often perform together in what are always amazing
nights at the concert hall.