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Stuart signs with Snakefarm

Friday, August 12, 2022 – Marty Stuart signed with Snakefarm, a label housed under UMG's Spinefarm Music Group.

A headline European tour has already been announced for August and September , which will see Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives – Kenny V
Aug. han, Harry Stinson and Chris Scruggs – visiting the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. Stuart's first European outing in over a decade, this run of 13 shows includes a debut appearance at The Long Road Festival in Leicestershire in England. Following his European tour, Stuart will perform at Pilgrimage Music Festival in Franklin, Tenn. and hit the road for a fall U.S. tour.

Stuart's last release was "Way Out West" in 2017 on his own label.

"I like the idea of joining forces with Snakefarm," Stuart said. "I am intrigued by the global mindset and the aura of musical integrity that surrounds the brand. I look forward to a long line of thrilling musical escapades in the days ahead."

Dante Bonutto, Snakefarm's A&R, said, "As long-time supporters of the great man and his music, it's with much pride that we welcome Marty Stuart to Snakefarm. The intention with the label has always been to shine a spotlight on the very 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 of his own. We look forward to a long and exciting journey ahead, and we're aware that we'll have to spectacularly up our game on the fashion front."

Stuart was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2020 and has over 20 major label studio albums to his name in a career that is now entering its fifth decade.

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

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