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PopTop: Marty Stuart resurrects traditional country

PopTop: Marty Stuart resurrects traditional country

Updated Sep 6, 2010 09:04PM MDT
Grade: B CD • The mullet on top of Marty Stuart’s head isn’t the only thing out of fashion in Nashville today. There’s also the 51-year-old Mississippi singer’s commitment to traditional country music, and more specifically his reverence for the The Bakersfield Sound, coupled with rockabilly, and a whiskey splash of honky tonk. No fewer than six steel guitar players are listed in the credits of Stuart’s bracing, twangy new album, “Ghost Train: The Studio B Sessions.” This collection of origina...
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