Cabin Fever Reliever Concert Series Features Marty Stuart On January 26, 2008
|Official Press Release - January 12, 2008|
Shake off that winter chill and party with Marty Stuart and his band, The Fabulous Superlatives in the first concert of the 2008 Miller Genuine Draft Cabin Fever Reliever Concert Series at Raven Hall, Palmer, AK. All the way from Mississippi, this country band brings their adventurous blend of country, rock, blues and gospel to the Fair on January 26, 2008.
The group is led by Marty Stuart, who began playing with bluegrass duo Flatts & Scruggs at the age of 13, and became a member of Johnny Cashs band before his 20th birthday. Stuart recorded his first album as bandleader in 1977, and has since collected six top 10 hits, one platinum and five gold albums, and four Grammy Awards. In 1992, he was invited to join the Grand Ole Opry, where he continues to perform regularly.
Today, in addition to his country music career, Stuart is also a successful photographer, writer and arts executive. He also owns the largest acknowledged private collection of historical country music items, including the first black stage outfit worn by Johnny Cash.
Rounding out The Fabulous Superlatives line-up are Kenny Vaughan (guitar), Harry Stinson (drums/vocals), and Brian Glenn (bass guitar/vocals).
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