Marty Stuart slates new tour
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Marty Stuart slates new tour

Friday, August 20, 2010 – Marty Stuart will tour this fall in support of his upcoming album, "Ghost Train (The Studio B Sessions)."

Stuart's 14th studio album, will be released Aug. 24 on Sugar Hill Records, with the tour kicking off on Aug. 25 at Nashville's Belcourt Theatre.

"The album was recorded in a historic setting, and kicking off this tour at the Belcourt, one of the original homes of the Opry...well I just can't imagine a more fitting venue," said Stuart.

Tour dates are:

Aug. 25- Nashville, TN

Aug. 27- Omaha, NE

Aug. 28- Paola, KS

Aug. 30- New York, NY

Aug. 31- Philadelphia, PA

Sept. 1- Northampton, MA

Sept. 4- Mountain View, AR

Sept. 11- Pelahatchie, MS

Sept. 18- Chicago, IL

Sept. 19- Minneapolis, MN

Sept. 25- New Albany, MS

Oct. 2- El Dorado, AR

Oct. 9- South Boston, VA

Oct. 13- Hiawassee, GA

Oct. 16- Bellville, TX

Oct. 28- Kent, OH

Oct. 29- Newark, OH

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