Souls' Chapel is American country singer Marty Stuart's 12th studio album, and his second album with his band, the Fabulous Superlatives, released in 2005. This is also Stuart's second concept album (with The Pilgrim being his first). With this project, Stuart and his Superlatives devote the entire album to gospel songs. The album also features select songs in which Stuart's lead vocal performances are unprominent, and are showcased instead by those of the Superlatives' fellow members: 'Cousin' Kenny Vaughan (guitar), 'Handsome' Harry Stinson (drums) and 'Brother' Brian Glenn (bass). The album also features a guest appearance from Mavis Staples on the track 'Move Along Train'.