Discography and More
Albums Singles Compilations and
                  Duets Videos Songwriting, Etc. Awards

Marty's been the recipient of many awards and nominations as well as honors.


Awards Won
2015
Star of Hope (given by the Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi)
2011 Grammy® Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance for "Hummingbyrd"
2010 Harmony Award from the Symphony Ball
2010 Belmont University Lifetime Achievement Award
2009 International Award from the American Society of Photographers
2008 International Bluegrass Music Association Award for Recorded Event of the Year for Everett Lilly & Everybody and Their Brother
2007 Joe Talbot Award from the Country Music Association honoring Marty's work in collecting and preserving country music memorabilia
2005 Lifetime Achievement Award for Performer by the Americana Music Association
2004 International Bluegrass Music Association Award in the Recorded Event category for Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers
2002 Grammy® Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance (Foggy Mountain Breakdown with Marty, Earl Scruggs, Randy Scruggs, Glen Duncan, Steve Martin, Vince Gill, Gary Scruggs, Albert Lee, Paul Shaffer, Jerry Douglas and Leon Russell)
2000 Uncle Dave Macon Days Heritage Award
1999 International Bluegrass Music Association Award for Recorded Event (Ralph Stanley & Friends)
1999 Governor's Excellence in the Arts Award for Artist's Achievement (Mississippi)
1999 Grammy® Award for Country Collaboration With Vocals for Same Old Train
1997 Metronome Award from Nashville Mayor Phil Bredesen
1995 Tex Ritter Award
1994 Grammy® Award for Country Instrumental (Asleep at the Wheel: Tribute to Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys)
1993 TNN Music City News Country Award for Vocal Collaboration (with Travis Tritt)
1993 BMI Songwriting Awards for This One's Gonna Hurt You and Now That's Country
1993 Grammy® Award for Vocal Collaboration (with Travis Tritt) for The Whiskey Ain't Workin'
1992 CMA Award for Vocal Event of the Year (with Travis Tritt)
1992 BMI Songwriting Awards for Little Things, Tempted, and The Whiskey Ain't Workin'


Award Nominations
2010 Grammy® Awards for Best Country Collaboration With Vocals for "I Run To You" with Connie Smith and Best Country Instrumental Performance for "Hummingbyrd," both from the Ghost Train album.
2010 International Bluegrass Music Association Award for Recorded Event of the Year for Larry Stephenson's "Talk To Me Lonesome Heart" also featuring Connie Smith
2009 International Bluegrass Music Association Award for Liner Notes for Recorded Project (along with Charlie Cushman, Eddue Stubbs and Johnny Warren) for A Tribute to Fiddlin' Paul Warren
2009 Dove Award for Special Event Album for the song "It's Time To Go Home" on the Country Bluegrass Homecoming - Volume 1 album
2008 International Bluegrass Music Association Award for Recorded Event of the Year for Everett Lilly & Everybody and Their Brother
2007 International Bluegrass Music Association Award for Recorded Event of the Year for Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby
2006 Grammy® Award for Best Bluegrass Album for Live at the Ryman
2006 Inspirational Country Music Award for Musician of the Year
2006 Americana Music Association Award for Artist of the Year and Album of the Year for Souls' Chapel
2006 Gospel Music Association Award for Country Album of the Year: Souls' Chapel
2004 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards in the Recorded Event category for Livin', Lovin', Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers
2004 Country Weekly Fan Favorite Awards first-round ballot for Favorite Entertainer, Favorite Male Artist, and Favorite Collaborative Song for "Farmer's Blues"
2004 Flame Worthy Video Music Award in the Collaborative Video of the Year category for "Farmer's Blues"
2004 Dove Award - as producer of Andy Griffith's The Christmas Guest for Country Album of the Year
2002 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards in the Recorded Event category for Earl Scruggs & Friends
2002 CMT Flameworthy Video Music Award for Earl Scruggs and Friends Foggy Mountain Breakdown for Collaboration of the Year
2002 Orville H. Gibson Guitar Awards for Best Male Country Guitarist
2002 Grammy® Award for Earl Scruggs and Friends' Foggy Mountain Breakdown for Best Country Instrumental Performance
2000 Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score for the movie All The Pretty Horses
2000 Nashville Music Awards for Best Country Album of the Year - The Pilgrim
2000 Grammy® Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance (Mr. John Henry, Steel Driving Man and The Greatest Love of All Time (Reprise).
1999 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards in the Recorded Event category - Two Nominations: Clinch Mountain Country - Ralph Stanley and Home Sweet Home - Doc & Merle Watson
1999 CMA for Vocal Event of The Year for Same Old Train
1999 Country Weekly's Golden Pick Awards for Favorite Instrumentalist
1999 ACM for Top Vocal Event for Same Old Train
1999 Grammy® Award for Country Instrumental Performance (Reuben's Train) and Bluegrass Album (Home Sweet Home)
1998 Country Weekly's Golden Pick Awards for Favorite Instrumentalist
1997 TNN Music City News Country Awards for Instrumentalist of the Year
1997 ACM for Top Vocal Duet for Honky Tonkin's What I Do Best (with Travis Tritt)
1997 Country Weekly's Golden Pick Awards for Favorite Instrumentalist
1997 Grammy® Award for Vocal Collaboration for Hope: Country Music's Quest For A Cure (with Vince Gill, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Trisha Yearwood, Lorrie Morgan, Little Texas, Tracy Lawrence, Terri Clark, Neal McCoy, Travis Tritt and John Berry)
1997 Grammy® Award for Vocal Collaboration for Honky Tonkin's What I Do Best (with Travis Tritt)
1996 CMA for Vocal Event for Honky Tonkin's What I Do Best (with Travis Tritt)
1995 TNN Music City News Country Awards for Male Vocalist of the Year
1995 Grammy® Award for Vocal Collaboration for The Devil Comes Back to Georgia (with Mark O'Connor, Johnny Cash, Travis Tritt and Charlie Daniels)
1995 Grammy® Award for Best Country Instrumental for Marty Stuart Visits The Moon
1995 Country Weekly's Golden Pick Awards for Favorite Instrumentalist, Cutest Star, Nicest Star and Favorite Video (That's What Love's About)
1994 CMA for Vocal Event for The Devil Comes Back to Georgia and Red Wing (Asleep at the Wheel: Tribute to Bob Wills and the Texas Playboys)
1994 CMA for Album of the Year for Rhythm, Country & Blues
1994 TNN Music City News Country Awards for Instrumentalist of the Year
1993 ACM for Top Vocal Duet for The Whiskey Ain't Workin' (with Travis Tritt)
1992 TNN Music City News Country Awards for Vocal Collaboration for The Whiskey Ain't Workin' (with Travis Tritt)
1992 ACM for Top Vocal Duet for The Whiskey Ain't Workin' (with Travis Tritt)
1990 CMA for Music Video of the Year for Hillbilly Rock
1986 ACM for Best New Male Vocalist


Other Honors
2010 Marty is inducted into the Blue Yodeler's Hall Of Fame
2010 Marty is honored with a marker in Philadelphia, Mississippi on the Mississippi Country Music Trail
2010 Marty receives a star on the Mississippi Arts and Entertainment Center's Walk of Fame
2009 Marty receives a star on the Music City Walk Of Fame
2001 Marty was elected to his sixth term as President of the Country Music Foundation
2001 Marty was inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame (March 31)
2000 Marty was elected to his fifth term as President of the Country Music Foundation
2000 Marty received an honorary Master's Degree in Lakota Leadership from the Oglala Lakota College in Kyle, SD
1999 Marty was elected to his fourth term as President of the Country Music Foundation
1999 Fender Guitars honors Marty with a signature Maryt Stuart Telecaster guitar
1998 Marty was elected to his third term as President of the Country Music Foundation
1997 Marty was elected to his second term as President of the Country Music Foundation
1997 C. F. Martin honors Marty with a signature Marty Stuart Martin HD-40 MS guitar
1996 Marty was elected to his first term as President of the Country Music Foundation
1995 Marty inducted into Starwalk at Opryland USA
1995 Nashville Trolley System named one of their trolleys in honor of Marty
1994 Received Star at the Country Star Restaurant, Universal City, CA
1994 Inducted into Sidewalk of the Stars at the Music Valley Wax Museum
1992 Received Star on Country Music Hall of Fame's Walkway of Stars
Photo in banner taken by Sherry Mattioli

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