Country music icon Marty Stuart is not only a songwriter and musician; it turns out the Mississippi native is also an accomplished photographer. He got his first camera at age 13 while making his bluegrass debut as a rhythm guitarist in Lester Flatt’s band.
Beginning June 2nd, you can see 40 of Stuart’s photographs in the Concourse C corridor at Nashville International Airport (BNA). The photographs tell the story of three major influences on Stuart’s life: country music singers and songwriters, rockabilly music and performers, and the Lakota Tribe of North and South Dakota.
Photo of Johnny Cash and Merle Haggard by Marty Stuart
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