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Marty Stuart slates UK dates

Thursday, January 20, 2011 – Marty Stuart will kick off his UK Tour in Glasgow, Scotland on Jan. 28. The tour is in support of "Ghost Train (The Studio B Sessions)."

Tour dates are:

Jan. 28 Glasgow, Scotland
Jan. 29 Gateshead, England
Jan. 30 Nottingham, England
Jan. 31 Milton Keynes, England
Feb. 1 London, England Feb. 2 Dublin, Ireland

The album received Grammy nominated tracks for "Best Country Collaboration With Vocals" for Run To You and "Best Country Instrumental" for Hummingbyrd.

Stuart has added a slew of dates across the U.S. following his UK stint with dates starting Feb. 12.


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