Marty Stuart's Ghost Town Comes To Town

This appeared on - August 26, 2010

Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives celebrated the release of their new album, Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions, with an SRO performance at Nashville’s Belcourt Theater last night (August 25). The perfectly paced show featured plenty of virtuosic mandolin and guitar picking from traditionalist Stuart and showcased his Superlatives – guitarist Kenny Vaughan, drummer Harry Stinson, bassist Paul Martin and steel guitarist Gary Carter. From full-band country workouts like “Tempted” to harmony-soaked, a capella gospel numbers like “Working On A Building,” the Superlatives more than lived up to Stuart’s description as “the best hillbilly band in town.”

By David M. Ross

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