Grand Ole Opry Stage

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 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, on SIRIUS XM Satellite Radio, and on the Opry’s free mobile app for iphone, Android, and Blackberry.

Hometown: Nashville, Tennessee


Grand Ole Opry Hall of Famers
Grand Ole Opry Hall of Famers

The Grand Ole Opry presents artists who made it not only to its world-famous stage, but also to a permanent place in the Hall of Fame … and the songs that helped get them there. Recorded live at the Opry in the 1950’s, 60’s, 70’s for the biggest fans in country music, these are the songs that spent weeks on top of the charts, helped shape a golden musical era, and ultimately helped define the careers of artists who would surely be enshrined on the Mount Rushmore of Country Music.