Today in Nashville TV Show and The Station Inn

Mark Newton Band Set for Performances on 
Today In Nashville TV Show and The Station Inn

Nashville, Tenn. (March 6, 2024) – Mark Newton Band will be a guest on the popular Today in Nashville, WSMV4 television show on March 18, 2024, where they will perform one of Newton’s most popular songs, "Hillbilly Hemingway." In addition, he will talk about his return to The Station Inn in Nashville on Thursday, March 21, 2024, for what is expected to be an incredibly memorable performance. Newton and his band will celebrate his career and remarkable health journey. 

Doors open at 7:00 p.m. at The Station Inn show on Thursday, March 21. Newton has recently recovered from two transplant surgeries and is honored to have Dr. Roman Perri from Vanderbilt University Hospital scheduled to speak briefly at 8:30 p.m. about Newton's transplant surgeries and the importance of organ donations. "I am hoping my story will inspire hope that the human spirit can overcome anything if they keep a positive mental approach. Music has been my life and now after two years of recovery my voice is strong, my stamina and energy are back. I'm blessed to have a second chance in life," Newton explained.

The Station Inn concert will begin at 9:00 p.m. with performances by the Mark Newton Band, which includes Mark Newton, Clay Hess, Brennan Hess, Craig Fletcher, Darrell Turnbull, and Jim Thistle. Friends and fellow artists who plan to celebrate that night include Mike Bub, Becky Buller, Brad Davis, Greg Davis, Jared Finck, The Goodwin Brothers, Carl Jackson, Irene Kelley, Larry Stephenson, and more.

Additionally, Mark Newton is featured in Japan’s Moonshiner Magazine this month. To read the translated article and get more information on upcoming shows, please visit

More on Mark Newton

He began his career with The Knoxville Grass and later with Heights of Grass and The Virginia Squires (founder), followed by a solo career that brought him critical and commercial success. Mark is an accomplished producer who developed the concept for Follow Me Back to The Fold: A Tribute to Women in Bluegrass and won the IBMA Recorded Event of the Year Award in 2001. Mark was part of the Knee Deep In Bluegrass and the Acutab Sessions, which won the IBMA Instrumental Album of the Year in 2001. He has entertained audiences for decades, touring nationwide and in Europe, The Caribbean, Japan, Germany, Austria, Italy, France, Iceland, and Alaska for the U.S. Department of Defense performing for U.S. troops. In addition, he has performed at the White House and Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, for the Carter, Clinton, and Bush Sr. administrations. 

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