Country Music is the 11th studio album of American country singer Marty Stuart, released in 2003. With his previous album The Pilgrim, Stuart established himself as a serious recording artist and an accomplished musician. For this album he formed a new backing band called the Fabulous Superlatives. To date, Marty and his Superlatives are still touring, recording, and performing on The Marty Stuart Show on RFD-TV.
The members of the band are:
'Cousin' Kenny Vaughan - Guitar
'Handsome' Harry Stinson - Drums
'Brother' Brian Glenn - Bass (who would later be replaced by 'The Apostle' Paul Martin, who was subsequently replaced by 'Professor' Chris Scruggs)
Though the album was a commercial success, Stuart later claimed he was unhappy with the album, and said he was "guilty of trying to have a hit".