The Marty Stuart Show
Episode 128 airing June 15, 2013
|Guests: Corb Lund, Roland White, Alan O'Bryant, Hargus "Pig" Robbins, 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 guests, Corb
Lund, Roland White, Alan O'Bryant, Pig Robbins, along
with Grant Siemens. 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 "Sometimes I Get The Blues."
Marty said, "Oh yes. Oh yes I feel better now, Cous. Do you feel better, Apostle? I'm Marty Stuart. Thank you for comin' to The Marty Stuart Show today. We got some good music lined up for ya. Hey, when we first started our band. Canada ... the people of Canada ... was a wonderful country to us and some wonderful people to us. Canada's also given us Hank Snow, Ian Tyson, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell, Sylvia Tyson, The Band, The Hawk Ronnie Hawkins, Superlatives. Stompin' Tom and comin' to us all the way from the Rocky Mountains of Alberta is a name you can add to that list of illustrious poets and troubadours. How 'bout a hand for Mr. Corb Lund. Good to have ya Grant. I'll pass it. You won the guitar, pal. Good to see ya. Get it, Corb." Corb performed "Cows Around."
Marty said, "All right, Corb. Mr. Corb Lund and brother Grant."After a commercial break, Marty said, "All right. Welcome back. Hey before we go any further, how 'bout a hand for Corb and Grant under Lester and Earl. Good job, guys. Welcome. And how 'bout a hand for Mr. Pig Robbins on the piano. Hello Pig. And a lady who made every bit of this possible. Say hi to my mama. Hi Hilda Stuart. And Ricky Hodgins sittin' next to her. And how 'bout a hand for my favorite baby. How 'bout a hand for Miss Connie Smith. Hello Constance. Aww, look at you sparkle. Hi Constance. Hey, I wanna dedicate this song to the man who recorded it." Connie said, "Yes." Marty continued, "Mr. Jack Green. One of the greatest country singers of all time." Connie said, "That's right." Marty said, "You bet. And Pig's here. Superlatives are here. Gary Carter's here. Whataya think?" Connie said, "Let's hit it." Marty said, " 'All The Time'. Here is Miss Connie Smith, everybody."
Marty said, "There she goes. Connie Smith. Great job, baby. 'All The Time'. Couple of minutes ago, I said the lady responsible for everything is my mama Hilda Stuart. No doubt about it. There's another fella responsible for some things around here in my life. I'm about to introduce you to him. I went on the road when I was 12 years old to get out there. I wanted to play music. Just get out there amongst everybody that played music. I met a man named Roland White in Lester Flatt's band. He was kind to me. He gave me one of his picks. He showed me some mandolin chords and he also gave me one of his scarves. And he gave me his phone number which I kept. He said, 'Call me sometime when you come around town and maybe you can go out on the road.with me and Lester Flatt.' So I made that call. Went out for a weekend. Labor Day weekend 1972. Lester heard us playin' in the back of the bus. He gave me a job. Roland White let me live with him and his family. And he is my brother. How 'bout a hand for Mr. Roland White, one of the greats of bluegrass music. Hello brother Roland." Roland said, "How are ya." Marty said, "Give me a hug." Roland said, "Good to see ya, man." Marty said, "You too. You brought brother Alan O'Bryant with ya." Roland said, "Alan O'Bryant, yeah." Marty said, "It all started about one block away from here, didn't it. On Maplewood." Roland said, "Yeah. Just a half a block up on Maplewood Lane." Marty said, "All right. Let's do one of our biggies." Roland said, "Okay." Marty continued, "From the Nashville Grass days. Banyon, you got it." Alan said, "All right." They performed "You Won't Be Satisfied That Way."
"Roland White and Alan O'Bryant. I love you. Thank
you so much." Roland said, "Thank you." Marty said,
"Thank you man. Thank you Banyon. " After a
commercial break, Marty said, "Here we go again.
We're back." Harry said, "We're are back." Marty
said, "Ladies and gentlemen, the Sultan of
Goodlettsville, the ole Tennessee Slicker, the most
popular man in country music. How 'bout a hand for
Leroy Troy. Hello Leroy. Got you a world-class
orchestra. Give me five, give me five, give me five.
You know Corb and Grant and OBanyon, Roland,
Superlatives. Whatcha got on your mind? It looks
Marty: "Come on
Marty said, "Broke." Eddie said, " 'Bring along your Cadillac. Leave my old wreck behind.' Those are courtin' words to Leroy Troy, right there. Thank you, Leroy. Well, it's time we settle down and get serious as we declare hymn time for this week. We call on The Fabulous Superlatives now. Handsome Harry and Apostle Paul are gonna join Marty Stuart on this one. Marty wrote it. He's gonna have the opening remarks and we'll have some continuing remarks along the way from our friend Cousin Kenny Vaughan. Here's 'Long Walk To Heaven'."
After a commercial, Eddie said, "Well, It's time we head north of the border again.' Once again, here is Marty Stuart." Marty said, "Let's go south first and say hello to Eddie Stubbs. Thank you, Stubbs. Now we'll go north. Corb Lund, thank you for comin'. Thank you for bringin' Grant. I mentioned at the top of the show so many great troubadours and songwriters from Canada. and you are absolutely carryin' that tradition on and takin' it to a new century. Thank you very much for your songs." Corb said, "Thanks buddy." Marty said, "I love this song. This is off your record that Handsome Harry produced." Corb said, "Yeah, yeah. It's a tonkin' blues song." Marty said, "Won Album of the Year also. What's it called?" Corb said, "It's called 'The Truck Got Stuck'." Marty said, " 'Truck Got Stuck'. Here's Corb Lund and the boys. How 'bout a hand." Corb said, "True story."
Marty said, "Take it home, Cous. The
real deal there. That's Corb and the boys. On behalf
of everybody here on The Marty Stuart Show, thank you for comin'
to see us today. Pig Robbins, Connie Smith, Roland
White, Corb and Grant, Alan O'Bryant, Leroy,
Superlatives, Gary Carter, Eddie Stubbs, I'm Marty
Stuart. Come here, Pig. Thank you for comin'. Say
goodnight, Pig." Pig said, "Goodnight, Pig." Marty
said, "Thank you, Roland."
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