Country singer Marty Stuart has released his 18th studio album 'Way Out West,' which was produced by Mike Campbell of Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and is currently out on the road again. The five-time Grammy winner got his start in music backing up Johnny Cash's band in 1979, but began playing music at nine-years-old. Since then he's recorded duets with Travis Tritt, B.B. King, Willie Nelson and Steve Earle to name a few.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers spends"A Few Moments With..." Stuart to discuss his latest album, Johnny Cash, what he thinks of the mainstream country music of today and more:

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