Keeping up with some of our favorite country artists

Since COVID-19 has forced us to take a hiatus from presenting live events, we thought we’d check out what some of our most beloved country and bluegrass entertainers have been up to the past few months. 

Marty Stuart
Marty was here at The Clayton Center just this past season. He and his band, The Fabulous Superlatives, have been in the studio working on a new album. Hear what Marty has to say about the album and other topics in a June 10 interview on Rock & Review (Fox-17 Nashville). Watch the interview here.

If you visit Marty’s Facebook page, you can also watch a rebroadcast of his 2017 Live From Delfest performance. The rebroadcast was a part of Marty’s participation in this year’s DelFest At Home, held in mid May.

Kathy Mattea
Back in May, Kathy was featured in a tribute to Doc Watson by MerleFest. Find the video here.

Kathy also was featured in the Grand Ol’ Opry’s Circle Sessions At Home, streamed live on June 6. If you watch the complete video, you’ll also see a segment by Lee Roy Parnell, who talks about life at home during the quarantine.

Pam Tillis
Grammy-winning country artist Pam Tillis recently released a new album, “Looking for a Feeling,” on her own Stellar Cat Records. On April 24 she hosted an at home album release party – check it out here.

Suzy Bogguss
Suzy was also here in October 2017 with Pam and Terri Clark. Suzy has made available a May 1 solo concert – A Window Seat Concert – via YouTube.

Ricky Skaggs
While the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is closed, they are spotlighting pieces pulled from the archives of their podcast “Voices in the Hall.” The June 6 rebroadcast spotlights Clayton favorite Ricky Skaggs. Listen here.