Grand Ole Opry

Irish bluegrass band JigJam returned to Nashville's iconic Grand Ole Opry stage nearly one year after making their Opry debut.

The four-piece was greeted with a warm reception as they gave an energetic performance of popular folk song “The Wild Rover,” as well as original songs “Cluck Ole Twig,” and “Time To Go Home,” penned by lead singer Jamie McKeogh. The crowd matched JigJam's infectious energy, singing along and clapping their hands.

Carin León's "My Opry Debut" video celebrating his landmark Grand Ole Opry performance is out now via the Opry YouTube channel, watch/share the piece HERE.

On February 23rd, the global Mexican superstar achieved a career milestone on country music's biggest stage, opening a new chapter for Latin music and introducing his powerful ballads to a new audience.

Last evening, global Mexican superstar Carín León achieved a career milestone with his debut performance on country music’s most biggest stage, the world-famous Grand Ole Opry, representing a landmark event for Latin music in the U.S.
León performed his new duet with Kane Brown titled “The One (Pero No Como Yo)," which they premiered live at Premio Lo Nuestro awards and is set for release February 29th.

International breakout star Carín León will make his Grand Ole Opry debut on February 23, marking a career milestone as the acclaimed singer continues his meteoric rise. León will perform on this iconic American stage, opening a new chapter for Latin music and introducing his powerful ballads to a new audience. Following his Nashville stop, León will make history as the first Spanish-language act to play both Stagecoach and Coachella this April.

With a new album out and a standing ovation for their Grand Ole Opry debut in the books, The Dead South now set off on the Chains & Stakes World Tour, which will cover North America, Australia, and Europe throughout 2024.

Christian Lopez will make his debut Grand Ole Opry performance this Saturday, January 27. Ahead of the performance, Lopez is thrilled to share his brand new song titled “I’m Not Alone.”

“This song goes out to the ‘hopeless romantic.’ I wrote this song thinking about the person I love most, and the deeper understanding that it’s the most vital part of our nature."

Akron, OH country-roots group The Shootouts will make their debut performance on the Grand Ole Opry on February 24. The rite of passage showcase comes on the same date as the release of their third full-length album Stampede (via Soundly Music) - PRELINK.

Celebrated alt-country band Rusty Truck has announced that Sheryl Crow will join the band for their Grand Ole Opry debut on February 28. RT frontman Mark Seliger, who also happens to be one of the modern era’s preeminent portrait photographers, has captured countless photos of Crow over the past three decades, including her iconic 1996 cover of Rolling Stone and her Be Myself album cover in 2016. Crow is featured on Rusty Truck’s latest single “Find My Way” and will join the band for the first-ever live performance of the song during RT’s Opry debut on February 28.

John Driskell Hopkins, founding member of the GRAMMY-winning Zac Brown Band and three-time GRAMMY winner Debby Boone graced the Grand Ole Opry stage Friday night for their new single "SNOW", once recorded by her mother-in-law, Rosemary Clooney. Backed by Balsam Range, Hopkins and Boone created a magical moment bringing to life once again this holiday classic using a Yacht Rock sound and the catchy lyrics “What is Christmas with no snow, no white Christmas with no snow” leaving everyone ready for a white holiday season.

Fresh off the release of its ‘Jubilation’ album (10.7 via Billy Blue Records), roots “supergroup” (NPR) Appalachian Road Show announces that it will make its Grand Ole Opry debut on Friday, November 25th.

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