A Dream Comes True: Lee Brice, Randy Houser and Jerrod Niemann Perform at the Opry

(From left) Opry general manager Pete Fisher with Randy, Lee and Jerrod
photo by Chris Hollo/Hollo Photographics/Shore Fire Media

Lee Brice, Randy Houser and Jerrod Niemann are three good buddies who often write and hang out with each other. But there’s one thing the trio had never done together: perform on the Grand Ole Opry stage. That is, until Wednesday night, July 30.

Lee, Randy and Jerrod finally got their schedules worked out where they could play the Opry on the same night. And they certainly savored the moment.

Lee told the sold-out Grand Ole Opry House audience, “When I got the call to perform, I asked if I could invite Randy and Jerrod to join me. And tonight, with all of you, we’re getting to make one of our dreams come true.”

During the show, Jerrod performed his latest hit, “Drink to That All Night,” while Randy delivered a powerful “Like a Cowboy.” Lee sang his current single, “I Don’t Dance,” as his wife, Sara, to whom the song is dedicated, watched from the wings.

Randy noted that getting to share the experience with his two good buddies “made it that much more memorable.”

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