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Marty Robbins had an incredibly versatile career in country music, as noted by Hank Davis of allmusic magazine. He was never limited by conventional definitions of country music and instead explored a wide range of styles over the course of more than 30 years in the industry. Unlike other musicians who followed trends, Robbins was known for taking bold and unexpected directions that both surprised his peers and fans. Despite starting out with mediocre recordings, Robbins soon began incorporating elements of rock music into his work, adding fiddles to songs by Chuck Berry and Little Richard.