Jessica Simpson Sings “Come On Over” and “Remember That” at Opry Debut

Jessica Simpson, currently riding the country charts with her single “Come On Over,” makes her Grand Ole Opry debut Saturday night, Sept. 6.

Jessica’s appearance will air on GAC’s Opry Live telecast at 8 p.m. ET as part of a special Ladies Night themed evening, which also features Loretta Lynn, Patty Loveless and rising star Crystal Shawanda.

Jessica will perform “Come On Over” and “Remember That” from her upcoming album, Do You Know, set for release Sept. 9.

“I’m incredibly honored to be singing here . . . on this stage, which has such a rich and amazing history,” Jessica says. “I get chill bumps just thinking about it.”

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