One of the most eclectic country artists of all time, Marty Robbins combined country with pop, rock 'n' roll, R&B, Western ballads and more. For more than 30 years his fans stuck with him, rewarding him with nearly 100 charting singles.
This collection of rare performances includes footage captured on film and video between 1955 and 1979 that has since been archived by the Country Music Hall of Fame. Until now these clips have never been presented together in succession to paint an all-inclusive portrait of this celebrated and varied artist. With renditions of such classics as "Knee Deep In The Blues" (Country Style USA) to "El Paso" (The Drifter) to "A White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnation)" (Marty Robbins Spotlight), this career-spanning set serves as the definitive look back at the legendary Marty Robbins.
Country music may never again host a more versatile artist than Marty Robbins. For over three decades, his musical style knew no boundaries as he produced a spectrum of chart-topping hits.
- Interview with Marty, Country Music Hall of Fame Induction