The Marty Stuart Show
Episode 74 airing June 4, 2011
|Guests: Old Crow Medicine Show, Connie Smith, Leroy Troy, 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, The Old Crow Medicine Show with Mahlih Rene Vaughn. 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, a man who carries a little bit of Mississippi with him wherever he goes. Here is Marty Stuart." Marty and The Fabulous Superlatives performed "Sundown In Nashville."
Marty said, "Sundown in Nashville. Take my word for it. I'm Marty Stuart. Superlatives?" The Superlatives said, "Yeah." Marty continued, "Well-earned advice, well-earned advice. 'Sundown In Nashville'. Thanks for comin' by to join us. We got country music on our mind. Every demonination this time. This band is one of my favorite bands in the universe. I've watched them grow since the first day I met 'em at the Uncle Dave Macon show in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Doin' their big hit known all around the world these days, how 'bout a hand for my friends, The Old Crow Medicine Show. Gentlemen." The Old Crow Medicine Show performed "Wagon Wheel."
Marty said, "Old Crow Medicine Show." Ketch said, "All right, Marty. Thank you so much." Marty said, "Well, you boys just did find there, brother Ketch." Ketch said, "Oh we love you, too. Love to do it for you, my friend." Marty said, "Old Crow." After a commercial break, Marty said, "Aw, welcome back, everybody. There they are. The famous Old Crow Medicine Show. World famous. World famous. Speakin' of world famous, here she comes to sing one of her famous RCA Victor recordings. How 'bout a hand for the great Connie Smith. Hi Constance." Marty hands her the microphone. "There you go, baby." Connie sang "My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own."
Marty and His Fabulous Superlatives performed "Thanks For All The Yesterdays."
Marty said, "All right." Eddie said, "What a great trio right there, Marty Stuart and Handsome Harry and the Aposle Paul together. 'Thanks For All The Yesterdays'. With the tip of a hat to some of our heroes. The Osborne Brothers." Eddie promoted Marty's book of photographs, Country Music: The Masters. After a commercial break, Marty and Connie were on stage with Choctaw Indian Princess Mahlih Rene Vaughn. Marty said, "Welcome back, everybody. I'm proud to say that this show is sponsored each and every week by the good people in my home state of Mississippi. Today, I'm honored to have this young lady who comes to join us from the Choctaw Indian Reservation which is located in the Pearl River community right outside of Philadelphia, Mississippi. Please make welcome Miss Mahlih Rene Vaughn. Did I get it? Close enough. Welcome, welcome, welcome, Princess." Mahlih said, "Thank you." Marty continued, "I've worked along side of you several times and I love the dignity and the integrity in which you represent the Choctaw people." Mahlih said, "Thank you." Marty said, "Glad you're here. Constance, give her the microphone. And I read in your bio something really special. You're on a great mission and a reminder from your grandma's memory. Right?" Mahlih said, "Yes I am. The devastating disease is diabetes which is very common amongst our Choctaw people, and my sister and I are on a weight-loss mission to stop this cycle. It's very, it's very, very horrible. I believe it has taken over our Choctaw people, and this is something that we wanna stop, you know. To not only help ourselves, but to also show Choctaw people around that you can do this. This is something you can take full control of and, you know, my grandma did pass away from diabetes -- rest her soul -- and my aunt Nancy gave me this beaded angel that I have on my sash with me today that Miss Connie was just asking me about. She gave it to me saying. I have my very own guardian angel, and I'm thankful for everything that God has blessed upon me and very thankful to be here today. Thank you, Marty." Marty said, "We're honored to have you. We're honored to have you. Great mission. Connie Smith .....I'll tell ya about a guardian angel. You know what happens every year on the third week in July?" Connie said, "The Choctaw Indian Fair." Marty said, "That's exactly right. For well over a half century now, people have come from all over the world to celebrate the beauty and traditions of the Choctaw people and their culture. It's a week of music, dance, food and fun. I'll always have a fond place in my heart for the Choctaw Fair because, Mahlih, that's where I saw this girl for the first time in 1970. So you never know what might come your way. You might even get your picture made with the Princess. Right?" Mahlih said, "Yes." Marty continued, "How 'bout a hand for this lady right here. Beautiful..Thank you very much. Well, speakin' of something, you've never seen anything like this Miss Princess." Mahlih said, "No I haven't. Marty said, "Here he comes the Sultan of Goolettsville, the Ole Tennessee Slicker. How 'bout a hand for Mr. Leroy Troy, everybody. Leroy. You know the Old Crow boys."
Marty: "What's up, pal?."
Leroy: "Oh, hey. I have dug up another one."
Marty: "You have."
Leroy: "I sure have."
Marty: "Well, all right."
Leroy: "I know how you like them old songs."
Marty: "I do. What's this one?"
Leroy: "Here's one called 'The Red River Valley'."
Marty: "A pure classic. How 'bout a hand for Leroy."
Marty said, "Down that 'Red River Valley' my dear boy." Eddie Stubbs said, "Thank ya a lot there, Leroy Troy. One of the old timers for sure. 'The Red River Valley'. Inspirational music has always been a big part of country music, dating back to its earliest days. And The Old Crow Medicine Show has got one picked out for us they're gonna do this week. Ketch Secor helped write this and he's gonna lead the versus on this. 'I Hear Them All'."
After a commercial break, Eddie Stubbs promoted the Marty Stuart Tribute Revolver. Eddie said, "And, once again, here is Marty Stuart." Marty said, "Thank you, Eddie Stubs. How 'bout a hand for Eddie Stubbs, Ketch. He did a fine job." Ketch said, "Aw man. The greatest." Marty said, "The greatest. How 'bout a hand for the Old Crow Medicine Show. I love these guys." Ketch said, "Thank you, Marty." Marty said, "Ketch, thank you for everything you're doin' out there." Ketch said, "Well, we love to play. We love to play a little bit of this old time music here on The Marty Stuart Show right now." Marty said, "And I seen a lot a young'uns out there tryin' to look, sound, and act like the Old Crow Medicine Show. And that's a mighty good feelin'." Ketch said, "It sure is." Marty said, "Inspirin' a lot of folks. Could ya take us down the road in fine old time style." Ketch said, "Yeah, let's hit one for 'em now boys. Now I ain't afraid to say it I got a bit of an appetite on me right now fellas." Marty said, "Oh well." Ketch continued, "And there's only thing that can cure this hunger. And that's a little taste of that 'Chicken Pie'."
Ketch said, "Oh man. I love a little bit of that pie." Marty said, "Take it home, Cous. The Old Crow Medicine Show, Connie, and Mahlih, Leroy, Eddie Stubbs, Gary Carter, Superlatives. On behalf of all of 'em. thank you for comin' to see us on The Marty Stuart Show. We have a Choctaw Princess. All right Mahlih. Pearl River. Hi, Pearl River."
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