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Marty Stuart's "Late Night Jam" to Include John Prine, Connie Smith, Chris Stapleton, Margo Price

by VVN Music

While most people are attending the giant stadium concerts during the CMA's Music Week in Nashville, Marty Stuart is putting on one of the best shows in town with his annual "Late Night Jam".

This morning (April 16), five-time Grammy-winner Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives confirmed the lineup for their 17th annual “Late Night Jam”. Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives will be joined by country music greats Margo Price, John Prine, Connie Smith, Chris Stapleton, Gary Mule Deer, The Grand Ole Opry Squaredancers, and The Wandering Hearts at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. The show, in association with Marty Stuart's Congress of Country Music and in support of MusiCares, will take place during CMA’s Music Festival week on Wednesday, June 6th at 9:00 PM CT. Tickets for Stuart’s “Late Night Jam” will go on sale on April 20th at 10:00 AM Local Time and can be purchased here.

Two tiers of VIP packages will also be available for the Late Night Jam: The Big Chief Special, which includes premium seating, a commemorative limited-edition show poster and a VIP lanyard, and a photo with Marty and the band, taken by the tour photographer. Fans purchasing this package will also have access to a private pre-show performance and Q&A at the venue, and autograph session with Marty and band. The Hummingbyrd Bonanza, includes priority seating, admission to the pre-show performance and Q&A, and the commemorative limited-edition show poster and a VIP lanyard. Both tiers of the VIP package will have access to crowd-free merchandise shopping.

Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives also have a big release for Record Store Day, this Saturday (April 21). Way Out West: Desert Suite (One) is a limited edition 12" LP and the first in a series of Desert Suite releases which will include some of the band’s favorite collaborations and B-Sides.

Stuart is also doing 36 dates this summer with Chris Stapleton and has announced his Congress of Country Music which will be at the Ellis Theater in Philadelphia, MS, bringing together a concert venue, a museum with over 20,000 items from Country Music history that Stuart has assembled and education center.