Marty Stuart has some big news for those wondering what he's been up to and when he will release new music.

Marty Stuart has signed with the European label Snakefarm Records, it was announced on Friday (8-12). Ray Wylie Hubbard does not own it. 

Despite Spinefarm Records' reputation as a heavy metal label, its Snakefarm imprint has ties to American music and country music. 

Besides Austin Meade, the label is also home to Whiskey Myers, Marcus King, and even major label artists such as Eric Church and Kip Moore.

Many country artists who don't exactly fit the pop country mold do quite well in Europe, sometimes even better than in the United States. In that regard, Marty Stuart certainly qualifies.

Marty Stuart released his highly-regarded album Way Out West five years ago. Since then, he has tinkered with re-releases and other projects, but fans have been salivating for some new music.

During March of 2021, Stuart announced Songs I Sing in the Dark, a 20-song project releasing a cover song every month for 20 months. 

Stuart played his long-running Late Night Jam at the Ryman Auditorium this summer and held a symposium to promote the project that will eventually house his 20,000 pieces of country music memorabilia.

It is expected that the first phase of the project will open soon at Philadelphia's historic 500-seat Ellis Theater.

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