The Marty Stuart Show

Episode 93 airing April 14, 2012

Guests: Carl Jackson, 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 today's special guest Carl Jackson. 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 "Look At That Girl."

Marty said, "Look At That Girl. Look At That Girl. .I'm Marty Stuart. Thank you for joinin' us. Superlatives? We had 'Look At That Girl' comin' right down the line. Yes we did. So why you're lookin' at that girl, look at that girl comin' through that red door. Her name is Connie Smith. How 'bout a hand for Connie. Change with ya, Cous. Hi baby. Look at that girl. Look at that girl." Connie sang "World Of Forgotten People."

Eddie said, "Great job there. Connie Smith singing 'World Of Forgotten People'." Eddie promoted Harry Stinson's Who Is This Man CD. After a commercial break, which included RFD-TV congratulating Connie Smith on her induction into the Country Music Hall Of Fame®, Eddie promoted the Marty Stuart Tribute Revolver. Marty said, "I still have not got over that song by Connie Smith. How 'bout a hand for Connie Smith. Great song, Constance. Cousin Kenny." Kenny said "Yeah." Marty said, "You wrote the composition for the occasion today." Kenny said, "I did." Marty continued, "Ya got big business on your mind." Kenny said, "Come on." Marty said, "What's it called?" Kenny said, "That Won't Do." Marty said, "How 'bout a hand for Cousin Kenny."

Kenny said, "Oh yeah, it won't do." Marty said, "Good job, Cous. Gather round, Superlatives. How 'bout a hand for the Louisville, Mississippi flash, ladies and gentlemen. My friend, Mr. Carl Jackson and his hot banjo. Come here CJ. Hello friend. All right. Let's send this one down to Lethal Jackson whataya say. All right." They performed "Daybreak In Dixie."

Eddie said, "One that always sounds good morning, noon, or night. That's 'Daybreak In Dixie'. Thank you fellas." Eddie promoted Connie's CD boxed set Just For What I Am." After a commercial break, Eddie promoted Marty's photo book Country Music: The Masters. Marty said, "Aww, gather round children, here comes the good word, Mr. Jackson. This broadcast is brought to the good people of the world by the great state of Mississippi. Mississippi is regarded as the birthplace of America's music, and the Magnolia state is the proud host of the Blues and Country Music Trails that run throughout. We encourage you to visit one of the nearly 200 locations that those trails have to offer. One of the honorees on the Country Music Trail is from the city of Louisville, Mississippi. And, ladies and gentlemen, here he is, nothin' less than a genius, banjo wizard, great singer, award-winning songwriter, Grammy® winnin' record producer, if that wasn't enough, and all-around nice guy. Carl Jackson, congratulations for bein' one of the most recent inductees into the Mississippi Country Music Trail." Carl said, "Thank you." Marty continued, "Carl's legacy now stands alongside Country Music Trail Markers bearing the name of Tammy Wynette, Elvis Presley, Charley Pride, Marty Stuart, Mac McAnally, Jerry Clower. the Leake County Revelers, and the father of country music, the singin' brakeman Jimmie Rodgers. Just to name a few on the world famous Mississippi Country Music Trail. So how 'bout a hand for dear ole Mississippi, sir Carl Jackson, Louisville, Mississippi, and Mississippi's Country Music Trail. Congratulations Carl." Carl said, "Thank you, buddy." Marty continued, "Well deserved, well deserved. And how 'bout a hand for the Sultan of Goodlettsville, the most popular man in country music, the ole Tennessee Slicker. Leroy Troy, ladies and gentlemen. Put your banjo on, Carl. Hello Leroy. Hello pal."

Leroy: "Hi."

Marty: "You heard about Carl Jackson gettin' on that trail, didn't ya."

Leroy: "Yes I did."

Marty: "Isn't that good news?"

Leroy: "Congratulations Carl."

Carl: "Thank you. Thank you there, buddy."

Leroy: "I tell ya what. When I was about twelve years old, Carl's record, banjo record, was one of my first besides Lester Flat and Earl Scruggs and the McCormick Brothers."

Carl: "Is that right."

Leroy: "Sure 'nuff man. Good company, good picker."

Marty: "Well, put him to work."

Leroy: "Well, I am, but you're just gonna play for support. Here's ya a love song. I call it my love song coz I love to sing it. It's called 'I Wish I Was Single Again'."

Marty said, "Playin' support with ya." Eddie said, "Leroy Troy right there. Speakin' on behalf of a lot of married men, 'I Wish I Was Single Again'. This Sunday, we hope that you and yours will make the time to attend the church of your choice as we declare hymn time this week. Here is Handsome Harry Stinson with one of his own. 'The Master Is Waiting'."

After a commercial break, Eddie promoted Nashville, Volume 1: Tear The Woodpile Down. Eddie said, "And, again, here is Marty Stuart." Marty said, "You did a fine job today, Eddie Stubbs, and it's not just everybody that can be in the Country Radio Hall of Fame. How 'bout a hand for our man, Eddie Stubbs. Proud of ya. How 'bout a hand for Connie Smith, Carl Jackson, Leroy Troy, Gary Carter, all these Superlatives. Well, everybody's worked but you, Winchester. Come on up here. How 'bout a hand for the Apostle Paul, ladies and gentlemen." Paul performed "It's Another World When I'm With You."

Marty said, "Yeah. Take it home, Cous. On behalf of the Apostle Paul and all The Superlatives, Connie Smith, Carl Jackson, Leroy, Eddie Stubbs, Gary Carter, I'm Marty Stuart sayin', Thank you for joinin' us. We'll see you again next week right here on The Marty Stuart Show. Congratulations Carl. Mississippi."

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