Separately, Country Music Hall of Fame vocalist Connie Smith and singer-guitarist Marty Stuart are two of the genre's most acclaimed acts. As husband and wife, they're a powerhouse duo who rarely perform on the same stage. But now these Grand Old Opry members are set to appear together at Lincoln Center's acclaimed American Songbook series, with highlights from both their storied careers. Smith broke out in 1964 with the smash single "Once a Day," the first debut song by a female artist to reach the top of the country charts. She followed that up with hits like "Ain't Had No Lovin'," "Just One Time," "(Till) I Kissed You" and more throughout the '70s, before beginning to focus on gospel music. Meanwhile, Marty Stuart got his start playing guitar in Johnny Cash's band, and then had a string of successes in the '90s like "Arlene," "Hillbilly Rock," and "This Whiskey Ain't Workin'" with Travis Tritt. He's famed for his ventures into bluegrass, rockabilly and honky tonk, as well as his popular cable TV variety show.
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