Grand Ole Opry®

The Grand Ole Opry is the show that made country music famous. Grand Ole Opry shows are performed every weekend and on Tuesdays March - December. Since 1925, country’s best have mesmerized audiences at the Opry. While performances from both legendary entertainers and the latest country music acts are the norm, when you go to the Opry, you’ll also enjoy great bluegrass, comedy, and more.

The list of current Grand Ole Opry members includes such stars as Little Jimmy Dickens, Loretta Lynn, Brad Paisley, Connie Smith and Carrie Underwood, all of whom return regularly to sing on the same spot—- a round, 6-foot piece of oak wood at center stage. Cut from the Ryman Auditorium stage (the show’s home 1943-74), the circle pays tribute to the country icons-- Patsy Cline, Johnny Cash, and Roy Acuff among them-- who have entertained millions of fans from that very spot.

The Opry can be heard on 650 AM WSM, at opry.com, on SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio, and on the Opry’s free mobile app for iphone, Android, and Blackberry.

Hometown: Nashville, Tennessee
Label: Opry Music
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Grand Ole Opry Duets

The Show That Made Country Music Famous spotlights live versions of some of country music’s iconic duos (Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, Porter Wagoner and Dolly Parton) as well as artists for whom live versions of collaborative efforts are extremely rare (Glen Campbell and Steve Wariner, Ricky Skaggs and Emmylou Harris). The duos included here have won the Country Music Association Award for Vocal Duo of the Year a total of seven times.  Each track was recorded live at the Grand Ole Opry.

  1. Jackson – Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash
  2. We're Gonna Hold On – George Jones and Tammy Wynette
  3. Wish I Didn't Have To Miss You – Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely
  4. I'm The One Who Loves You – Bobby Lord & Patsy Cline
  5. Could You Love Me One More Time – Emmylou Harris & Ricky Skaggs
  6. After The Fire Is Gone – Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty
  7. Hand That Rocks The Cradle – Steve Wariner and Glen Campbell
  8. When I Stop Dreaming – The Louvin Brothers
  9. Last Thing On My Mind – Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner
  10. Mr. and Mrs. Used To Be – Loretta Lynn and Ernest Tubb
  11. Fools – Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius
  12. If I Could Only Win Your Love – Ronnie Dunn & Rebecca Lynn Howard

Grand Ole Opry Outlaws

The Outlaws collection is country music with attitude sung by some of country music’s biggest hit-makers of all time, all artists who made music their own way. The artists featured here have together collected hundreds of Top 40 country hits and innumerable industry awards. Each track was recorded live at the Grand Ole Opry.

  1. Folsom Prison Blues – Johnny Cash
  2. South's Gonna Do It Again – Charlie Daniels
  3. There Ain't No Good Chain Gang – Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash
  4. I've Always Been Crazy – Waylon Jennings
  5. On The Road Again – Willie Nelson
  6. Whole Lotta Shakin' Going On – Jerry Lee Lewis
  7. Sunday Morning Coming Down – Kris Kristofferson
  8. Good Hearted Woman – Waylon Jennings
  9. Marie Laveau – Bobby Bare
  10. White Lightning – George Jones
  11. Mama Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys – Willie Nelson
  12. The Devil Went Down To Georgia – Charlie Daniels

Our Kind of Country

Our Kind Of Country features today’s superstar members of the Grand Ole Opry and the studio versions of some of their all-time biggest hits. Every artist is a Grand Ole Opry member, from Reba McEntire (member since 1985) to Blake Shelton (member since 2010). The artists included have collectively won every major award presented by the Country Music Association, including Entertainer of the Year (Jackson, McEntire, Paisley).

  1. Ladies Love Country Boys – Trace Adkins
  2. Livin On Love – Alan Jackson
  3. I Told You So – Carrie Underwood
  4. Would You Go With Me – Josh Turner
  5. I'm A Survivor – Reba McEntire
  6. Austin – Blake Shelton
  7. This One's For The Girls – Martina McBride
  8. I'm Gonna Miss Her – Brad Paisley
  9. One More Day – Diamond Rio
  10. I Just Want To Be Mad – Terri Clark
  11. If You Ever Stop Loving Me – Montgomery Gentry
  12. What Was I Thinkin' – Dierks Bentley