“Opry Country Classics” Returns to Ryman Auditorium

photos by Chris Hollo/Hollo Photographics, montage by Jason Simanek

Opry Country Classics, the show that brings the traditions of country music back to the stage, returns for a sixth year to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, beginning Thursday evening, March 27. The popular series will be hosted by Larry Gatlin and is slated to run on Thursday nights through May 22.

Each of the Opry Country Classics shows will feature Larry, special guests and a Spotlight Artist performing several best-loved hits. Marty Stuart will be the first Spotlight Artist, March 27, followed by Lorrie Morgan and Pam Tillis on April 3, The Charlie Daniels Band on April 10 and The Oak Ridge Boys on April 17.

For those longing to hear the traditional styles of country music, Opry Country Classics is your ticket. For more information, go to the Grand Ole Opry website or call (800) SEE-OPRY.

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