Marty Haggard – Born June 18, 1958
Before dedicating his life to music, Marty actually started his professional career in another corner of the entertainment career. He landed a recurring acting role as a teen on the CBS show The Fitzpatricks and a small part in a Henry Fonda film.
After that, he charted five singles on the Hot Country Country Songs between the years 1981 and 1987, the first being “Charleston Cotton Mill.”
His father asked him to join his road band, The Strangers, in the 80s and Marty sang harmonies and played rhythm guitar. Marty’s solo career earned him a Top Male Vocalist ACM Award nomination in 1985!
Since his father’s passing, he hit the road with his brothers to continue their father’s legacy.