Marty Stuart has been blending the various sounds of rockabilly, honky-tonk and traditional country music with great success since the early 1970s. Hailing from Philadelphia, Mississippi, Stuart started out as a bit of a prodigy, teaching himself guitar and mandolin and sitting in with local bluegrass maestros before he was out of elementary school. Before too long, he was making his own albums, collaborating with folks such as Lester Flatt and Doc Watson, touring with Johnny Cash and even marrying Cash's daughter Cindy. After a stint of commercial viability in the ’80s and ’90s, the 21st century has found Stuart returning to the roots of Americana music with support provided by his Superlatives, an ace group of Nashville cats that turns each song into a triumphant tour de force of musical might. Arrive early for a stripped-down performance from Dallas’ Vandoliers.