Grand Ole Opry: Trace Adkins Ricky Skaggs Marty Stuart & Will Hoge
See the show that made country music famous. The unique art form we call country music owes its phenomenal rise in popularity to a live show that began more than 80 years ago called the Grand Ole Opry. The tradition is stronger than ever today, as several times a week the Opry presents a live show with an ever-changing mix of famous and soon-to-be-famous talent sharing the stage. At the Opry, you can count on things happening you just can't see anywhere else.
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Bluegrass singer/songwriter who helped bring back a sense of tradition and history to the scene beginning in the 1980s. ~ Rovi
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