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♠♢♣♡ Marty Stuart Show Alert ♠♢♣♡

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Buckocaster51, Apr 23, 2011.

  1. Buckocaster51

    Buckocaster51 Super Moderator Staff Member Ad Free Member

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    Jan 6, 2005
    Iowa USA
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    My sources say that Randy Travis is the guest this week.

    RFD-TV ☞ Rural America's Most Important Network
     

  2. Lerb21

    Lerb21 Friend of Leo's

    Dec 10, 2007
    New Florence, PA
    Well that's different!

    I've always liked Randy Travis... great voice, great song selection. Fairly straight forward Neo-Traditional Country.

    Now I just need RFD-TV :lol:
     

  3. getbent

    getbent Telefied Ad Free Member

    should be a good'un.
     

  4. teleamp

    teleamp Poster Extraordinaire

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    Oct 17, 2006
    Prairie Hill, Texas
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  5. 3 Chord

    3 Chord Friend of Leo's

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    Mar 20, 2007
    Billings MT
    Randy still sounds good. Marty sure can burn up the Mando!
     

  6. P Thought

    P Thought Poster Extraordinaire Ad Free + Supporter

    Um, how does the banjo continue playing when Leroy Troy takes his hands off it like that? And what other conclusions do we have to battle off? Why would they overdub the show? (These people can play: I seen 'em.)

    Another great episode, regardless. Connie Smith is reborn this season, top of her game.
     

  7. cowboytwang

    cowboytwang Poster Extraordinaire

    Jul 28, 2003
    Sonoran Desert
    It's the old Uncle Dave trick of strumming with the middle finger of your fretting hand, or what ever hand is twirling the banjo. No over-dub magic on that one, just talent.

    Here is a clip of Uncle Dave doing the same, he also used to strum with his boot, hat, and anything else.


     

  8. Buckocaster51

    Buckocaster51 Super Moderator Staff Member Ad Free Member

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    You are correct. They can play and do.

    I have it on the highest authority there is no overdubbing going on.

    Did you see Travis's face when that was going on? He about swallowed his gum!

    I think Mr. Troy has some sort of instructional video out on how to do that.
     

  9. cowboytwang

    cowboytwang Poster Extraordinaire

    Jul 28, 2003
    Sonoran Desert
    How about Kayton Roberts??
    One of the greatest steel players to ever pick up a bar. He bought that Fender Steel Guitar brand new in '51 and that's the only guitar he's ever played since then. Through his whole career with Hank Snow and the development and growth of pedal steels, and he has stayed true to that old "pre-pedal" Fender 8 string.
    60 years on the same axe, he should be part of Fender's ad campaign.
     

  10. Buckocaster51

    Buckocaster51 Super Moderator Staff Member Ad Free Member

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    So THAT'S where I have seen him.

    Gotta dig that red cowboy suit too!
     

  11. cowboytwang

    cowboytwang Poster Extraordinaire

    Jul 28, 2003
    Sonoran Desert
    Check out his solo on this one, he's wearin' a blue suit and this was back when his old Fender was painted red.



    and this one shows why he never need to get a steel with pedals, he did all those behind the bar bends and bar slants better than anyone.

     

  12. mickeydean

    mickeydean Friend of Leo's

    Age:
    63
    May 29, 2008
    millersville

    whenever he plays i tell myself i am going to get one of those and learn to play it. i should have done it before they were "vintage" when nobody wanted them!

    hank snow's toupee looks like it might jump off and run away. wow. that's a bad one.
     

  13. SPUDCASTER

    SPUDCASTER Poster Extraordinaire Platinum Supporter

    Love that Marty Stuart Show!! But thank God for DVR's. I wish Marty hadn't of followed all the traditions of a 1/2 hour country music show.
     

  14. getbent

    getbent Telefied Ad Free Member

    I stand tall in my allegiance for the goodness that is LeRoy Troy!
     

  15. 3 Chord

    3 Chord Friend of Leo's

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    Mar 20, 2007
    Billings MT
    Maybe a looper? But I don't care, I think it is fantastic how in today's current Nashville mess we still have a show like this that manages to capture the corniness of Hee Haw with guitar playing of master quality.

    Thank you Marty and RedTV.

    I love it!
     

  16. P Thought

    P Thought Poster Extraordinaire Ad Free + Supporter

    I can't afford to drop my guitar practicing tricks like that (shoot, I can barely afford to drop m' gum!) LRT is a piece of work.
     

  17. getbent

    getbent Telefied Ad Free Member

    I just want to say... Alvin Blaine... you rule man.

    I loved the Tammy youtube... I think I was clueless as to Hank's acumen... amazing what a little chromaticism will do!
     

  18. mickeydean

    mickeydean Friend of Leo's

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    May 29, 2008
    millersville
    imagine if he spent a couple of bucks on a better toupee!
     

  19. Buckocaster51

    Buckocaster51 Super Moderator Staff Member Ad Free Member

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    Jan 6, 2005
    Iowa USA
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    Clarence "Hank" Snow had an extremely interesting life.

    His biography is well worth the read.

    Your local library can probably track it down for you.

    He had great influence on today's music.
     

  20. tele salivas

    tele salivas Poster Extraordinaire

    Sep 5, 2008
    Tulsa
    Hank Snow had a brutal early life. That he became a successful , decent man is a testamant to the man's faith, hard work, and love of his fellow man. A good woman goes a long way, too. Anybody know if the Rainbow Ranch is still around?
     

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