Marty Stuart is one of country music’s most historically minded new traditionalists and is also one of its more flamboyant showmen, supporting his party-hearty image with a wardrobe of rhinestone-laden Nudie suits. Despite his fondness for flash, Stuart was one of the most eclectic country artists to rise to stardom in the ’80s, moving between honky-tonk (1994’s Love and Luck), rockabilly (1986’s Marty Stuart), country-rock (2003’s Country Music), traditional country (1992’s Let There Be Country), Western music (2017’s Way Out West), gospel (2005’s Souls’ Chapel), and bluegrass (1982’s Busy Bee Cafe).
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