The Marty Stuart Show
Episode 37 airing February 27, 2010
|Guests: Dailey & Vincent, Connie Smith, Leroy Troy, and The Fabulous Superlatives|
Eddie Stubbs started the show by introducing the guests. "From Nashville, Tennessee, the country music capital of the world and home of the air castle of the south, it's time now for The Marty Stuart Show, featuring Marty Stuart, the Rolls Royce of country singers Miss Connie Smith, the ole Tennessee Slicker Leroy Troy, along with all the Fabulous Superlatives: Cousin Kenny Vaughan, Handsome Harry Stinson, the Apostle Paul Martin, plus Gary Carter on the steel guitar, and today's very special guests, Dailey & Vincent, with Joe Dean, Jeff Parker, Christian Davis, Jesse Stockman, Kent Blanton and Karen Wheeler. Join us now for 30 minutes of fun and great country music. I'm Eddie Stubbs. Now how about a Superlative welcome for our host, the ex-mayor of Philadelphia, Mississippi. Here is Marty Stuart." Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives, along with Kent Blanton (Superman) and Karen Wheeler, performed "Hey Porter."
Marty said, "I'm Marty Stuart. That was Miss Karen Wheeler on that train whistle. How 'bout ole Karen. Yes sir. It's not every day you can find a pretty girl that can blow that whistle like a train. That's good. Ladies and gentlemen, it's country music and bluegrass music for the next 30 minutes. Got some of the finest for ya, I guarantee ya. First act tonight, some of my dear friends, and they're big bluegrass stars now. Lightin' up the sky with good bluegrass, Apostle. How 'bout a hand, ladies and gentlemen, for our friends Dailey & Vincent. Well, well, there they are. Tear it up and do it well." They performed "Don't You Call My Name."
Marty said, "Well, that's how it's done right there. Good job, gentlemen." Eddie Stubbs said, "WOW, great job there from Dailey & Vincent, 'Don't You Call My Name'. These fellas don't leave anything out, I'm here to tell ya. " Eddie promoted the two DVD set of highlights from the first season of The Marty Stuart Show. After a commercial break, Marty said, "Welcome back ladies and gentlemen. Hey Superlatives. Mr. Dailey and Mr. Vincent on the hay bales. The good gentlemen, yes they are. Took care of that song just right, gentlemen. Here she comes, ladies and gentlemen. One of the greatest that ever lived. The pretty and lovely and talented -- my baby -- Miss Connie Smith. Come here, Constance. Pick us up on your way down." Connie sang, "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down."
Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives sang "The Greatest Love Of All Time."
Eddie Stubbs said, "Well, there's some real country music for ya right there, 'The Greatest Love Of All Time'. Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives. That's a song they had on The Pilgrim several years back and some great steel guitar there, too, from Gary Carter." Eddie then promoted Marty's photo book, Country Music: The Masters. After a commercial break, Marty said, "Aww, welcome back to The Marty Stuart Show. Hey, if you wanna write Gary Carter, all The Fabulous Superlatives, do so at the Grand Ole Opry. We'd love to hear from ya. Superlatives, Mr. Carter, we must say hello to all our friends down in Mississippi, my home state, the Magnolia state, Handsome Harry. And especially to all the good citizens of Belzoni, Belzoni, they say it Belzone down in Neshoba County. The catfish capital of the world and home to the big catfish festival every April. Speakin' of cats ...... we got the head cat from Goodlettsville right now. The Sultan of Goodlettsville, Darrin, here he comes, ladies and gentlemen, the most popular man in country music, the ole Tennessee Slicker, he's got some friends today. How 'bout a hand for Leroy Troy. Yeah. Hey. Well, looka here. Looka here. Hello Superman, Miss Karen. Who ya got on your arm there, buddy boy?"
Leroy: "Hey, I've got Miss Karen Wheeler."
Marty: "Miss Wheeler."
Karen: "And he's mine."
Marty: "Well, that's all right. You can keep him. You know one of the things I love the most about your city of Goodlettsville, Tennessee?"
Marty: "Roy Acuff and the Smoky Mountain Boys are still big news there."
Leroy: "They sure are. And I'll tell ya what, Marty. When I was a little boy ,,,,"
Leroy: "I used to love listenin' to the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday night. Could hardly wait for Mr. Acuff's show to come on. And Onie Wheeler would blow that train whistle and play that harmonica, and this is Onie's little girl."
Marty: "Karen, that's right."
Leroy: "And .. I've got my ole buddy Superman. We're gonna have Darrin, Jamie and Connie join in. We're gonna do 'Night Train To Memphis'."
Marty: "Well, kick it off there boy."
Leroy: "All right."
Marty said, "Hey. 'The Night Train To Memphis'. Fine job on the train song." Eddie Stubbs said, "Great old time music right there from Leroy Troy and Karen Wheeler and all the gang and 'Night Train To Memphis'. Well you know they were shoutin' Hallelueh and that got me to thinkin' that it's gonna be Sunday before we know it and we'd like to encourage you and yours to attend the church of your choice and with that theme in mind, we'd like to declare hymn time this week. We've got Dailey & Vincent and the whole group and, of course, Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives gathered around the mike to do one of one of the old Bill Monroe favorites .... "Get Down On Your Knees and Pray'."
After a commercial break, Eddie Stubbs promoted the Superlatone Store. Eddie said introduced Marty again. "I wanna thank ya, Eddie Stubbs. How 'bout that Eddie Stubbs, boys? We love the Eddie Stubbs. And on behalf of all the Fabulous Superlatives, Dailey & Vincent and all the guys, thank you all for comin' by. We love what you're doin' out there. You're doin' such a great job. You really are. Yeah. That red, white and blue microphone kinda puts me in the mind of our friends The Statler Brothers up there in Virginia." Jamie Dailey said, "Aw yeah." Darrin Vincent said, "For good reason. We love the Brothers." Marty said, "Well, we do, too. You got a new record comin' out in tribute to The Statler Brothers." Jamie said, "We do. You can only find it at Cracker Barrel Old Country Stores." Marty said, "Think of how good it would sound sittin' in that rockin' chair on America's front porch." Jamie said, "With a biscuit in one hand and a glass of sweet tea in the other." Marty said, "Need ya go any further." Darrin said, "Cracker Barrel Old Country Store." Jamie continued, "Dailey & Vincent sing The Statler Brothers." Marty said, "Well, it's gonna be a great record, I'm sure. Hey, what song ya got picked out?" Jamie said, "Let's do one called 'Elizabeth'." Marty said, "Mr. Fortune song." Jamie said, "Yes sir." Marty continued, "How 'bout a hand for Dailey & Vincent, ladies and gentlemen."
Marty said, "That's just right, gentlemen. Yes sir. On behalf of Dailey & Vincent, Connie Smith, Miss Karen Wheeler, Superman, Leroy Troy, Eddie Stubbs, Gary Carter, and all The Fabulous Superlatives, I'm Marty Stuart sayin' thank you for joinin' us. See ya right back here next week on The Marty Stuart Show. Come on back everybody."
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