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Thursday, September 18 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Interview: Marty Stuart with Scott Goldman

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Marty Stuart grew up in Mississippi listening to the local radio station.  He has called WHOC “one thousand watts of pure pleasure.”  For over forty years the five-time GRAMMY-winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, photographer and historian has taken the essence of all that he heard—country, gospel, rock, soul—and become a messenger for the true sound of country music. His soon-to-be-released double album Saturday Night & Sunday Morning provides the perfect backdrop for a conversation with GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares Vice President Scott Goldman about his legendary career and the influence of his Mississippi roots. Presented in partnership with The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and Visit Mississippi.  Free to museum members and AmericanaFest badge-holders. Limited seating. Program pass required.

Please note: Buses leave PROMPTLY at 12:15 for the Hall of Fame. If you have a reservation for the program and choose not to ride the bus, you must be at the Hall of Fame 15 minutes prior to the start of the event or you will surrender your reservation.

 

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Scott Goldman

GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares
SCOTT GOLDMAN joined the GRAMMY Foundation and MusiCares in December 2005. Prior to that, he was Vice President of Development at City of Hope. From 1991-2005 he ran the organization’s fundraising efforts within the music and entertainment industries. Since 2010 he has hosted nearly 200 programs at the GRAMMY Museum, interviewing artists about their music and careers. Goldman is also a professional musician appearing at clubs and... Read More →

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Marty Stuart

One of country's most historically minded new traditionalists, Marty Stuart was also one of the most eclectic, moving between honky tonk, rockabilly, country-rock, traditional country, and bluegrass. He was also one of the more flamboyant showmen, supporting his party-hearty image with a wardrobe of rhinestone-laden Nudie suits. Stuart was born in Philadelphia, MS, in 1958 and grew up obsessed with country music. He learned guitar and mandolin as... Read More →


Thursday September 18, 2014 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Country Music Hall of Fame 222 Fifth Avenue South