Jason Crabb – 2-time GRAMMY® winner, 22-time GMA Dove award winner – helped kick off the inagural season of this new holiday series, Opry Country Christmas, on Sunday, November 28, 2021.
The award-winning vocalist received a standing ovation at the close of his set, which included “Hello Beautiful,” the debut single from his latest release, GameChanger; the bluegrass-tinged “Come To Jesus”; and the concert favorite “No More Night.”
The Grand Ole Opry plans to host a special Easter celebration on this Saturday’s 4,919th consecutive Saturday night broadcast of the long-running show.
Multi-platinum-selling Josh Turner made his way back to Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium on Tuesday Night for back-to-back Opry performances, and was received with an enthusiastic warm welcome.
GRAMMY® and Dove Award-winning vocalist Russ Taff returned to the Grand Ole Opry® stage last weekend, as the new documentary, Russ Taff: I Still Believe, prepares to hit more than 700 theaters across the country October 30.
Multi-platinum-selling country star Josh Turner exclusively premiered the live performance video for “I Saw The Light” on parade.com yesterday.
Written as a reflection of the symmetry of West’s own life and career, the lyric video presses pause on life’s most precious moments for West – being a husband and dad, and is composed of a montage of personal photos of West and his wife Emily, along with their two daughters, Lulu and Delaney.
The song is the follow-up to “Say Hello,” which debuted in April in addition to a new music video.
Fans came from all over the country to Nashville to participate in the K-LOVE Fan Awards weekend which included concerts, a songwriters showcase, the annual Run For Love 5K, artist autograph signings and more.
UP TV, the entertainment destination that celebrates families and the relationships that define them, will premiere a new docuseries – Morgan Family Strong – centered around country singer Craig Morgan and his family.
Gospel Music sensation TaRanda Greene made a surprise appearance at the Grand Ole Opry Tuesday night with the Opry’s latest inductees, Dailey and Vincent. The trio closed the program by singing “Go Rest High on That Mountain” in honor and memory of Glen Campbell.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Matthew West returned as hosts for this year’s fifth annual K-LOVE Fan Awards. Held at the historic Grand Ole Opry, winners were announced live from the Opry stage in between performances from fan favorites including Big Daddy Weave, Britt Nicole, Colton Dixon, Crowder, Danny Gokey, For KING & COUNTRY, Jesus Culture, Mandisa, Matthew West, MercyMe, Natalie Grant, Tauren Wells and Zach Williams. And on Tuesday, June 13th, fans will have the chance to experience the night for themselves. “The K-LOVE Fan Awards: Ignite Hope” will be shown in movie theaters nationwide.
Chonda Pierce, America’s best-selling female comedian, returned to the Grand Ole Opry® stage over the weekend in advance of her new film, “Chonda Pierce: Enough,” hitting theaters across the country April 25 for one night. Pierce joined a star-studded Opry lineup including Charles Esten, star of CMT’s hit television series “Nashville”; rising Arista Nashville recording artist Seth Ennis; multi-GRAMMY® Award winner Ricky Skaggs; and Grand Ole Opry® members Jeannie Seely, The Whites, and John Conlee, among others.