The Marty Stuart Show
Episode 38 airing March 6, 2010
|Guests: Connie Smith and The Sundowners, 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. They're all here today as well as our special guests, The Sundowners. 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 man who met his wife at the Chocktaw Fair. Here is Marty Stuart." Marty said, "You're an honorary Mississippian Eddie Stubbs. All right." Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives performed "I Met My Baby At The Chocktaw Fair."
Marty said, "Met my baby at the Chocktaw Fair. My mamma's right out there and she can tell ya it's the very truth. Yes it is. Welcome to The Marty Stuart Show ladies and gentlemen. It's a special edition today. Speakin' of my baby, she has one of the greatest country bands of our time. I'm talkin' about real country music. You wanna see some, go see Connie Smith and all The Sundowners. Bring 'em out. Hello baby. Well look at The Sundowners. Welcome. It's all yours young lady." Connie said, "Thank you so much. I'm proud to have my boys here today." They performed "You And Your Sweet Love."
Eddie Stubbs said, "The Rolls Royce of country singers just pulled up and got out with that one right there. That's Connie Smith and that great band The Sundowners." Eddie promoted the two DVD set of highlights from the first season of The Marty Stuart Show. After a commercial break, Marty and Connie were onstage and Marty said, "Ahh welcome back to The Marty Stuart Show and how 'bout a hand for Connie Smith and all The Sundowners. And, what about that hay bale selection over there. Ah yes. Superlative hay bales. And Superlatives, we have to make mention, we're honored to have the U.S. "Hair Force" with us today. Our advisory committee. How 'bout a hand for the "Hair Force. Hey Connie. I meant what I said when I introduced The Sundowners. You and The Sundowners are absolutely the greatest country act out there right now. I love this band." Connie said, "Thanks." Marty continued, "Well, since they're here, why don't you introduce the ladies and gentlemen." Connie said, "Me .....no. This is my guitar player Rick Wright over there." Marty said, "That's right. That's Rick." Connie continued, "Playin' drums is Ric MClure." Marty said, "That's him." Connie said, "And I think you've heard of this guy. Gary Carter, my steel guitar player." Marty said, "Everybody knows Gary Carter. And for twenty years, my band leader and my bass player, backup singer, whatever, bus driver, whatever you need. Mr. Rod Hamm." Marty said, "Yes sir. I got a comment about that." Connie said, "Okay." Marty continued, "Last time The Sundowners came by, Rod got the short end of the stick. He didn't get to sing a song so since he's here, we really need to work him hard today." Connie said, "I think he should start workin' after twenty years." Marty said, "Well, I tell ya what. I've got a request sang. My favorite song you do is a Skeets McDonald that we all learned off the Eddie Stubbs show. How 'bout a hand for Rod Hamm and 'Same Old Town'. You gonna sing backup?" Connie said, "Can I? .Can I be your girl singer?" Rod said, "This is one of your favorites and I hope it's one of mine."
Marty said, "They did a good job is what those Sundowners did. Good job, Rod." The Sundowners peformed an instrumental version of "Eastbound and Down."
Marty said, "Yeah. Good job Sundowners.Good job, Mr. Wright." Eddie Stubbs said, "What a great band. The Sundowners right there with 'Eastbound and Down'.That's some great travelin' music, fellas. Thank you so much." Eddie then promoted Marty's photo book, Country Music: The Masters. After a commercial break, Marty said, "What about it, Apostle. Yes sir. A place that Connie and I love down in Mississippi is the Commerce Boulevard Christian Church located at 2906 Casino Strip Resorts Boulevard in Robinsonville, Mississippi. When you lose all your money in Tunica, go right down the road to see Pastor Evelyn Hubbard and all the folks and they'll make ya feel welcome every Sunday morning. Eleven o'clock, you'll feel some of the best singin' and preachin' you've ever heard in your life and felt in your life. They'll uplift ya and love ya. .Home of The Fabulous Superlatives, that's our church. That's right. Speakin' of the biggest cathedral in anybody's heart. Here it comes, the Sultan of Goodlettsville, ladies and gentlemen, Connie, the ole Tennessee Slicker, why don't we just adopt him." Connie said, "We did." Marty continued, "We did. All right. Ladies and gentlemen, without further adieu, the great Leroy Troy. Come here, Leroy. There ya go, Constance. Well all right. I owe you a big ole thank you."
Leroy: "For what."
Marty: "When me and Connie first started courtin'......"
Marty: "I wrote a song. A romantic song to try to get her to marry me. And I needed a romantic voice to sing it to her and I called you, didn't I."
Leroy: "You sure did."
Marty: "Tells it like it is, too."
Leroy: "Yes, it's a wonderful song, Marty and I tell ya what. I'm gonna need a tenor singer but Lonesome Lester Armistead and Little Mikey's gone to Newport, Tennessee to take care of some business today. But I've got the next best thing."
Marty: "Who is it."
Leroy: "Handsome Harry Stinson."
Marty: "Well, that's right. There he stands right there. Handsome, come in and sing. What's the name of the song, Leroy?"
Leroy: "Oh yeah. 'Sailing Around The Moon (With My Pretty Little Constance June)'."
Leroy: "All right."
Marty said, "Fine job, Handsome. Still married." Eddie Stubbs said, " 'Sailing Around The Moon (With Pretty Little Constance June)'. I wonder if the folks at NASA know that Connie's been implemented into the space program. We'll have to make sure they get a record of that there. Leroy's got that on a great record too as a matter of fact. Well, it's time to get serious with ya right now and we'd like to declare hymn time this week. And we're gonna get all the cast to join in behind Connie Smith as she sings one of her favorite tunes that was written and put out years ago by Miss Martha Carson. It's called 'Satisfied'."
After a commercial break, Eddie Stubbs promoted the Superlatone Store. Eddie said introduced Marty again saying, "And right now, here's the man and woman who met at the Chocktaw Fair, Marty Stuart and Connie Smith.".Marty said, "Thank you, Eddie. Can we ask for a better announcer?" Connie said, "No way." Marty continued, "Yes sir. And we couldn't ask for a better guest than ConnieSmith and All The Sundowners. What about it Superlatives. They did great." Connie said, "And Leroy singin." Marty said, "And Leroy singin' that romantic ballad. That's right. Speakin' of romantic ballads, I love writin' songs with you. Let's do part of one that we wrote, okay?" Connie said, "Okay." Marty continued, "It's called 'I Run To You'."
Marty said, "That's pretty. Thank you baby." Connie said, "Thank you." Marty continued, " Oh yeah. On behalf of Connie Smith and The Sundowners, The Fabulous Superlatives, Leroy Troy, Eddie Stubbs, Gary Carter of course, I'm Marty Stuart sayin' we'll see ya again next week on The Marty Stuart Show. Hit it, Rod."
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