In Case You Missed It: 5 Highlights From Opry at the Ryman
The world-famous Grand Ole Opry stepped into 2023 and straight onto the iconic Ryman Auditorium stage for an entire January of Opry at the Ryman. There were a few once-in-a-lifetime performances, some big surprises, and a whole lot of good music.
Here are some of our favorite moments from the Opry's return to it's most famous former home:
Comedians Henry Cho & Gary Mule Deer Invited to the Opry
Comedians Henry Cho and Gary Mule Deer were both invited to become the newest members of the Grand Ole Opry by long-time country legend and friend, Marty Stuart, during Opry at the Ryman.
Jamey Johnson Performs “In Color”
Opry member Jamey Johnson performed his tear-jerking hit “In Color” on the Ryman stage.
Chapel Hart Pays Tribute to Dolly Parton
Superstar trio Chapel Hart sang a few odes to Dolly during Opry Goes Dolly on January 21. Our favorite? Their acoustic cover of "Jolene."
Vince Gill, Charlie Worsham, and Don Schlitz hold a Writers' Round
Some of Nashville's most accomplished songwriters took turns performing some of the country hits they've written.
“Rocky Top” on the Ryman Stage
Bobby Osborne & The Rocky Top X-Press performed the classic “Rocky Top” at Opry at the Ryman.
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