DEADWOOD, S.D. (11/20/23) – Deadwood Mountain Grand is pleased to announce the return of Country Music legend Marty Stuart and his Fabulous Superlatives in concert at Deadwood Mountain Grand on Friday, March 15th.

If you were to give country music an address, you might say it’s at the corner of sacred and profane, two doors up from the blues and folk, and just across the street from gospel, R&B and rock ‘n’ roll. And on a deeper emotional and spiritual level, it resides where Saturday night meets Sunday morning.

No one understands these coordinates better than Marty Stuart. For over forty years, the five-time Grammy winning multi-instrumentalist, singer, songwriter, photographer and Historian has been building a rich legacy at this very crossroads.

Marty Stuart picks up where he left off on Altitude, his first new album in five years, exploring a cosmic country landscape populated by dreamers and drifters, misfits and angels, honky-tonk heroes and lonesome lovers. There’s a desert flare to the music here, a sweeping, spacious feel that conjures up wide-open horizons and endless stretches of two-lane highway, and the production is raw and cinematic to match, tipping its cap both to Bakersfield and Laurel Canyon as it balances jangle and twang in equal measure.

While it would be easy for an artist as accomplished as Stuart to rest on his laurels, Altitude instead showcases the work of a searcher with an insatiable appetite for growth and reflection, one whose ambition, much like his keen wit and rich imagination, only seems to grow with each and every release.

Marty’s passion for country music began when he taught himself to play mandolin as a child. By the time he was 13, he had been recruited to join the legendary Lester Flatt’s band. Marty had performed with some of country music’s most notable musicians, including fiddler Vassar Clements and guitarist Doc Watson. He also spent several years in Johnny Cash’s band before pursuing a solo career.

A mid 80’s deal with Columbia Records served up the Top 20 hit “Arlene,” but a move to MCA Records proved more fruitful. In 1990, he hit the Top 10 for the first time with the title track of his album Hillbilly Rock. In 1991, he released “Tempted” and the title track became a Top 5 single. In the early 90’s, he also teamed with Travis Tritt for such hits as “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’” and “This One’s Gonna Hurt You.”

Tickets will go on sale to Deadwood Mountain Grand Reward Members on Tuesday, November 21st at 10am and to the general public at 10am on Friday, November 24th. They are available at the Deadwood Mountain Grand Box Office – The Spotlight Store – or at Beware of third party websites, is the only online ticket distributor for Deadwood Mountain Grand.

Both hotel reservations and ticket arrangements can be made by calling 877-907-GRAND. For more information, visit or call 605.559.0386.

To open your free Grand Rewards Center membership and enjoy the benefits of purchasing advance tickets ahead of the general public, bring a photo ID to the Grand Rewards Center counter, located in the Deadwood Mountain Grand Resort Casino.

Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel, a Holiday Inn Resort is the restored 1906 Homestake Mining Co. ore processing plant that overlooks Historic Deadwood, which features a 98-room luxury hotel, full service restaurants, 210 state-of-the-art casino games, high stakes gaming action including Dale’s Sportsbook Bar & Grill, a 3,000 person entertainment and event center and a multi-level parking garage.