Induct Marty Stuart into Country Music Hall Of Fame
Marty Stuart started his musical career by playing mandolin with Lester Flatt in 1972 at the age of 12. After Flatt's death in 1979, Stuart released two albums that were left on Flatt's contract, and has played with such legends as Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, among others.
He has been a constant mainstay in the country music industry, with album releases "This One's Gonna Hurt You", "Country Music", "Busy Bee Cafe", "Hillbilly Rock", "The Pilgrim", and "Tempted". He has written the score to the feature films "Waking Up In Reno", "All The Pretty Horses", and "Daddy and Them".
He recently started an imprint under Universal South Records, called Superlatone Records, and will release three albums, one in which is a gospel album, one is a tribute to the music of the American Indian, and the other will be of his music. He has released a photography book, and has six more on the table.
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The Induct Marty Stuart into Country Music Hall Of Fame petition to Country Music Hall Of Fame was written by Dawnie Ramey and is in the category Music at GoPetition.