Sunday 5 P.M.
Ramblin' Jack Elliott. (left) The veteran folkie and one-time crony of Woody Guthrie is famous for shaggy-dog narratives that often seem to be running joyfully through a thematic wilderness.(Mustang Stage, 5:05-5:55)
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Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives. The one-time sideman to both Flatt & Scruggs and Johnny Cash has created a string of solo albums since the mid-'80s that have remained mindful of country tradition without being enslaved to it. He's also just produced an exceptional latter-day album for Nashville veteran Porter Wagoner. (Appaloosa Stage, 5-6)
Gary Allan. The Southern California native might like to party hearty on stage (a penchant that got him tossed off Rascal Flatts' tour last year), but he also doesn't flinch from addressing life's biggest challenges — one of which was thrust upon him after his wife committed suicide 2½ years ago. (Mane Stage, 5:10-6:10)