Marty Stuart’s “Ghost Train” Comes To Town

Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives celebrated the release of their new album, Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions, with an SRO performance at Nashville’s Belcourt Theater last night (8/25). The perfectly paced show featured plenty of virtuosic mandolin and guitar picking from traditionalist Stuart and showcased his Superlatives – guitarist Kenny Vaughan, drummer Harry Stinson, bassist Paul Martin and steel guitarist Gary Carter. From full-band country workouts like “Tempted” to harmony-soaked, a capella gospel numbers like “Working On A Building,” the Superlatives more than lived up to Stuart’s description as “the best hillbilly band in town.” (photo by www.izzynashville.com)

L-R: Marty Stuart, Harry Stinson and Paul Martin

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