Going On About Town

This appeared in The New Yorker - August 24, 2010

Joe's Pub (August 30, 2010) -- As a young man, the Philadelphia-born guitarist and singer Marty Stuart was a sideman with Lester Flatt, Vassar Clements, Doc Watson, and Johnny Cash. He released his first album as a leader in 1980, and had a solid Nashville career for a while. His sales may no longer be explosive, but his prodigious guitar-playing skills, both electric and acoustic, remain nothing short of astounding.

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