The Marty Stuart Show
Episode 89 airing March 17, 2012
|Guests: 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 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 guesting with us today, Rick Wright. Join us now for 30 minutes of fun and great country music. I'm Eddie Stubbs. Now, how 'bout a Superlative welcome for our host. Here is Marty Stuart." Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives performed "Good Lookin' Woman Like You."
Marty said, "Aw, a good lookin' woman, Apostle. Welcome to The Marty Stuart Show today, everybody. Thank you for comin' by to see us.. The Superlatives and Connie Smith and Gary Carter and Eddie Stubbs and Leroy, we're here to show out for ya. It's star time. Cousin Kenny, hit me the famous riff. Oh yeah. Everybody clap your hands. You must have a woman on your mind coz that's woman music." Kenny said, "Aww, usually do." Marty said, "Can I play comic guitar?" Kenny said, "Play comic guitar, Marty." Marty said, "Cous, tell me the song." Kenny said, "Let's go." Kenny sang "Okolona, Tennessee."
Eddie promoted Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions. After a commercial break, Marty said, "Marty said, "Aww, welcome back, everybody. We had it goin', Cous. Mr. Rick Wright is with us. Could only mean one thing. It's time for Miss Connie Smith to come sing. How 'bout a hand for Connie Smith. Hello baby. Hi Constance." Connie said, "Hi." Marty said, "Aww you look mighty pretty today," Connie said, "Thank you." Marty said, "Hey, we're gonna do a song written by our friend Dallas Frazier." Connie said, "Yes, our dear friend." Marty said, "You have recorded how many Dallas Frazier songs?" Connie said, "This was my 69th." Marty said, "Sixty-ninth Dallas Frazier song. No wonder we got a card from him last Christmas. All right. What's it called?" Connie said, "It's called 'What's A Heart Like You Doin' In A Fool Like Me'." Marty said, "That's great."
Marty said, " 'What's A Heart Like You Doin' In A Fool Like Me'. Miss Connie Smith, everybody. That was a good job, Connie Smith. How 'bout a hand for Connie and look at Miss Beth over there in her butterflies. Hi Beth. You know what it seems to me like. We've done almost 100 shows now and seems to me like we oughta do somethin' different." Pointing to Kenny, Marty said, "Why don't you play the bass. Apostle, why don't you play the drums. Handsome, you come up here and sing. How 'bout a hand for Handsome Harry, ladies and gentlemen." Marty hands Harry a guitar and says, "Try that one. Yes sir. You got a pick?" Harry said, "I got one, somewhere in here. Let's see." Marty said, "All right. What's the name of your song?" Harry said, "It's called 'That's What Your Love Feels Like'."
Marty said, "Handsome Harry." Eddie said, "Handsome Harry Stinson there and 'That's What Your Love Feels Like'. Thank you, Harry." Eddie promoted Connie's CD boxed set Just For What I Am." After a commercial break, Marty said, "Welcome back. Superlatives ... we're in tall cotton today, dontcha think? Ladies and gentlemen. Good people of the modern world. I'm honored to tell ya that The Marty Stuart Show is sponsored by the great state of Mississippi. Mississippi's known all around the world, Cousy poo, as the birthplace of America's music." Handsome Harry said, "That's right." Marty continued, "That's right. You'll find nearly 200 historical stops along the Blues and Country Music Trails that run throughout the Magnolia state and celebrate the greats in those genres. One group of pioneer country icons in the American history books that I encourage you to look into, Superlatives, our friends, The Leake County Revelers." Harry said, "The Leake County Revelers." Marty said, "Yes. There's a Country Music Trail marker located in Sepastopol, Mississippi that pays honor to this fine southern string band. And, Superlatives, most of all of our old-time music-playin' buddies would tell ya, that the Leake County Revelers had good news to spread, Handsome, wherever they traveled." Handsome Harry and Cousin Kenny said, "They sure did, they sure did." Marty continued, "Now, just a short ride up Highway 16 from Sepastopol is the fair city of Philadelphia, Mississippi." Handome Harry said, "Oh yeah." Marty said, "My hometown." Handsome Harry said, "Yes, sir." Marty said, "That's right. Where do you think the Leake County Revelers bought their overalls, John B. Stetson hats, fiddle rosin and chewin' tobacco?" Handsome Harry said, "Well......" Marty said, "Well, I'll tell ya, Handsome Harry. They did their business at Williams Brothers Groceries in Philadelphia, Mississippi." Handsome Harry said, "Of course they did." Marty continued, "Yes they did. Williams Brothers has been in business since 1907." Handsome Harry said, "Whoa." Marty said, "It's a famous country store and I'm tellin' ya, it's a must see. And like I've said before, if ole Sid Williams don't have it, you probably don't need it. So how 'bout a hand for dear ole Mississippi, the Music Trail Markers, and the Leake County Revelers." Handsome Harry said, "And Sid." Marty said, "From all the good people in Philadelphia, Mississippi. Speakin' of good people. Ladies and gentlemen, here he is. One of the finest. The Sultan of Goodlettsville, the most popular man in country music, the ole Tennessee Slicker ...... Leroy Troy. Come here, Leroy. Hello Rick Wright. You know Rick and Connie right there."
Leroy: "Why, yeah."
Marty: "Hello pal."
Leroy: "Hello pal."
Marty: "Whataya no good."
Leroy: "Oh I don't know nothin.'"
Marty: "Wish you'd tell me somethin'."
Leroy: "I don't know a thing."
Marty: "I don't either."
Leroy: "I sure don't."
Marty: "You know anything to sing?"
Leroy: "Oh yeah."
Marty: 'Whatcha got?"
Leroy: "I tell ya what. I got a song here by Stephen Foster."
Marty: "THE Stephen Foster?"
Leroy: "The Stephen Foster. One of the greatest songwriters of our time or maybe not of our time but somebody's time."
Marty: "You went to school with him, right? In Goodlettsville."
Leroy: "One called 'Oh! Susanna'."
Marty said, "Oh yeah. We yeah Confederates." Eddie said, "The lovely and talented Leroy Troy with 'Oh! Susanna'. Sunday morning will be here before we all know it and we hope that you'll make the time to attend the church of your choice. It's hymn time this week on the show. Here's Marty Stuart to perform along with The Superlatives 'There But For You Go I'."
After a commercial break, Eddie promoted Nashville, Volume 1: Tear The Woodpile Down. Eddie said, "And again, here is Marty Stuart." Marty said, "Thank you Eddie Stubbs. And how 'bout a hand for Eddie Stubbs, ladies and gentlemen. You cool as ice, my man. Superlatives, we're the luckiest band in the world to have Eddie Stubbs as our announcer. Good man. Apostle Paul." Paul said, "Yes." Marty said, "Come forward." Paul said, "Okay." Marty continued, "The lady from Winchester, Kentucky, your hometown, wrote me the letter. Said 'Let Apostle Paul sing one.' Sing the lady a song." Paul said, "Well, let's do one about my hometown, well, it includes my hometown called 'Bluegrass Express'." Marty said, "That's it. A one ..... two ..... three.".
Marty said, "Aww, yes sir. Take it home. On behalf of all the good in Winchester, Kentucky, I'm Marty Stuart. On behalf of all The Fabulous Superlatives, my baby Miss Connie Smith, Leroy Troy, Eddie Stubbs, Gary Carter, sayin' thank you for comin' to see us. We'll see ya again right here next week on The Marty Stuart Show."
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