10 years after the death of his father, a 14-year-old boy followed in his dad's footsteps and took the stage at the Grand Ole Opry. This hard to find video presents a look into Hank Williams Jr.'s very early origins and displays...
Country music star Michael Ray took the Grand Ole Opry's stage for a wonderful performance of country icon Merle Haggard's "Today I Started Loving You Again" in May of 2016. The "Kiss You in the Morning" singer went up on the...
At 81-years-old, female country icon and Grand Ole Opry member Jean Shepard is as lively as always, and she's tired of what is happening to country music. True to form, she's not scared of expressing just how unhappy she is...
If you could all just take a minute to shut your eyes and pay close attention to Hank Williams III's Grand Ole Opry performance, you could imagine that you are actually listening to Hank Sr. himself. Hank III's performance...
Just when everyone thought Merle Haggard was slowing down, he proved them all wrong. At the age of 78, the iconic Merle Haggard showed no indications of retiring. He was touring the United States with a few special attendees, such as...
Loretta Lynn was born on April 14, 1932, and has transformed the face of country music for all of eternity. She led the way for women in country, and even now - at the age of 84 - she still...
One of the greatest memories of any country musician's career is when they get the opportunity to perform at the Grand Ole Opry for the very first time. Ask anyone of today's country artists, and we are pretty sure they'd...
In mid-October, Merle Haggard gave his very last Grand Ole Opry performance - and it was a big surprise to everybody. On Oct. 17, 2015, Haggard made it easy to commemorate the Opry’s 90th anniversary by having an out of the...
Performing on the renowned Opry stage, Toby Keith paid tribute to a legend who was taken much too soon. Keith, known for his hard-rocking party anthems and unforgettable patriotic songs, created an emotional medley that will bring a tear to your eye. Keith has...
It's impossible to best country icon Conway Twitty, but Scotty McCreery certainly got real close. During a Grand Ole Opry show at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium in February, McCreery performed a Twitty’s classic called “Hello Darlin’.” He flaunted those baritone vocals with this unforgettable song. The Grand Ole Opry stage...