Ahead Of His Tour, Marty Stuart Signs With A New Record Label

Ahead Of His Tour, Marty Stuart Signs With A New Record Label

There is some good news for those who are wondering what Marty Stuart has been up to and when he might release new music soon.

Ahead Of His Tour, Marty Stuart Signs With A New Record Label

It has been announced that Marty Stuart has signed with the European label Snakefarm Records, as announced on Friday (8-12). As far as I know, it is not owned by Ray Wylie Hubbard.

Snake farm Records is a subsidiary of Spinefarm Records, whose parent company is Universal Music Group, and is a subsidiary of the record label Spinefarm Records.

The news comes just as Marty is about to embark on a European tour, and hopefully, he will be able to announce some new music as well.

Despite its reputation as a heavy metal label, Spinefarm Records also has a lot of ties to American music and country music in particular through its Snakefarm imprint.

Furthermore, the label is the home of Texas music artist Austin Meade as well as Whiskey Myers, Marcus King, and even major label artists such as Eric Church and Kip Moore, in addition to being the record label for Austin Meade.

It is often the case that country artist who does not necessarily fit the pop country mold do very well in Europe, and sometimes even better than they do here in the States. In that respect, Marty Stuart certainly qualifies as one of the best.

The idea of joining forces with Snakefarm sounds like a good one to me. It is fascinating to me how the brand has a global mindset in addition to the aura of musical integrity that surrounds the brand.

Just a few days before he embarks on his European tour (see dates below), Stuart states that he is looking forward to a long line of thrilling musical adventures in the days ahead.

Marty Stuart released his highly regarded album Way Out West five years ago, and now he is back with another album.

There have been some re-releases and other projects since then, but fans have been salivating for some new music from him ever since. A song project called Songs I Sing in the Dark was announced by Stuart in March of 2021, which was supposed to be a 20-song venture where he would release a cover song every month for a year.

In spite of this, Stuart stopped just a few songs into the set without giving any explanation whatsoever. He may have changed his calculation as a result of the deal with Snakefarm.

As long-time fans of the great man and his music, it is with great pride and excitement that we welcome Marty Stuart to Snakefarm, says Dante Bonutto of the label.

In order for the label to thrive, it has always been intended to shine a spotlight on the best in roots music, its sacred traditions, and values, and when it comes to an artist who lives, breathes, loves, and protects these values, Marty Stuart is in a class by himself.

As we prepare ourselves for the journey ahead, we are aware that we are going to have to sign up our game on the fashion front as well. ”

In addition to that, Marty Stuart is still working hard to get his Congress of Country Music off the ground in Philadelphia, Mississippi.

He also held a symposium for the industry earlier this summer when he played his long-running Late Night Jam at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and raised awareness about the project that will eventually house his some 20,000 pieces of country music memorabilia (see the video below for more information).

We expect the first phase of the project to open within the next couple of months, with Philadelphia’s historic 500-seat Ellis Theater set to begin hosting performances within the next few months.

Stay tuned for when Marty Stuart might be releasing new music.

DATES OF THE TOUR

  1. Aug 12 – Waco, TX – Waco Hippodrome Theatre
  2. Aug 13 – Corsicana, TX – The Palace Theatre
  3. Aug 25 – Leeds, UK – City Varieties Music Hall
  4. Aug 26 – London, UK – Indigo At The O2
  5. Aug 27 – Leicestershire, UK – The Long Road Festival
  6. Aug 28 – Glasgow, UK – The Old Fruitmarket
  7. Aug 30 – Bexhill on Sea, UK De La Warr Pavilion
  8. Aug 31 – Amsterdam, NL – Paradiso
  9. Sept 2 – Malmo, SE – Slagthuset – Teatern
  10. Sept 3 – Oslo, NO – Konserthus
  11. Sept 5 – Kolding, DK – Godset
  12. Sept 6 – Roskilde, DK – Gimle
  13. Sept 7 – Berlin, DE – Passionskirche, Kreuzberg
  14. Sept 9 / 10 – Ostaad, CH – Country Night Gstaad
  15. Sept 23 – Newberry, SC – Newberry Opera House
  16. Sept 24 – Franklin, TN – Pilgrimage Festival
  17. Sept 29 – Marfa, TX – Trans-Pecos Festival of Music + Love 2022
  18. Sept 30 – Houston, TX – The Heights Theater
  19. Oct 1 – Dallas, TX – Kessler Theater
  20. Oct 2 – Dallas, TX – Kessler Theater
  21. Oct 6 – Kansas City, MO – Muriel Kauffman Theatre
  22. Oct 7 – Eureka Springs, AR – Eureka Springs City Auditorium
  23. Oct 12 – Holyoke, MA – Race Street Live
  24. Oct 13 – Lancaster, PA – American Music Theatre
  25. Oct 14 – Hopewell, VA – Beacon Theatre
  26. Oct 15 – Prestonburg, KY – Mountain Arts Center
  27. Oct 20 – Frankfort, KY – Grand Theatre
  28. Oct 21 – Cincinnati, OH – Memorial Hall
  29. Oct 22 – Fish Creek, WI – Door Community Auditorium
  30. Dec 3 – Las Vegas, NV – The Showroom at the Golden Nugget
  31. Feb 10 – Augusta, GA – Imperial Theatre
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