Classic & Contemporary Country at the Grand Ole Opry

Whether you like the twang of old classics or the rhythmic hum of contemporary music, the Grand Ole Opry’s lineup through April has something that will satisfy your country cravings.

For something a little more traditional, visit the historic Ryman Auditorium for the Opry Country Classics show, which will be continuing through May 24th. The host of the show, Larry Gatlin, will introduce stars whose music embodies the spirit of classic country. Spotlight artists like The Time Jumpers, Marty Stuart, Charlie Daniels, Mel Tillis and Loretta Lynn will be taking the stage to perform both their own hits and those of past country legends, like the familiar tunes of Patsy Cline and Johnny Cash.

Contemporary country enthusiasts will love the Opry’s more recent visitors. With headliners like Diamond Rio, Aaron Tippin, Bill Anderson, Darius Rucker and Martina McBride, the Opry is sure to have a full house. Along with these contemporary super stars, you’ll also get to see performances from today’s most talented up-and-coming musicians.

Here are some of the headliners and dates for this month.

April 24 – Grand Ole Opry

  • Del  McCoury Band
  • Charlie Daniels Band
  • Restless Heart
  • Casey James

April 26 – Opry Country Classics

  • Larry Gatlin
  • Marty Stuart
  • Mandy Barnett
  • James Wesley
  • Billy Yates

April 27-28 Grand Ole Opry

  • Del McCoury Band
  • Greg Bates
  • George Ducas
  • Tyler Farr
  • Diamond Rio

… and more

One thought on “Classic & Contemporary Country at the Grand Ole Opry

  1. I love country music, and would love to have the opportunity to go to the Grand Ole Opry sometime in my life. I missed these performances, but I’ll have to keep my eye on the lineup for the weeks to come!

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