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Grand Ole Opry is the weekly stage concert focusing on country music taking place in Nashville, Tennessee. The platform has presented some of the most famous celebrities of the country music gaining it the long due attention. The concept was materialized for the first time in 1952 and is continuing to gather more and more support every year since then. Grand Ole Opry is also classified as one of the longest running shows in the history of broadcasts. The show is back in action once again lining up some of the best artists of the genre. With the involvement of high profile celebrities Grand Ole Opry tickets are selling like hot cakes.For Event Schedule and available tickets for Grand Ole Opry please click Buy

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“Country’s most famous stage” and “home of American music”, the Grand Ole Opry is one of the oldest running broadcasts in the US history. The Opry is essentially a weekly country music stage concert, which takes place in the heart of country music capital, Nashville, Tennessee. The institution of Grand Ole Opry has served as an academy for all country music super stars and for those who aspire to become one. Contemporary country music stars like Dixie Chicks, Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire, Garth Brooks and Dolly Parton have all performed on it. Country music legends of yesteryears like M innie Pearl, Kitty Wells, Ernest Tubb, Bill Monroe, the Carter family, Roy Acuff, Patsy Cline and Hank Williams , too, have performed on the Opry’s weekly events.

The Opry was not always called by its present name. It started off as “WSM Barn Dance”, which used to be broadcasted from the building of the National Life & Accident Insurance Company . The radio studio on the fifth floor of the building started to broadcast the show in November, 1925. George D. “Judge” Hay became its program director and announcer. Hay before joining WSM Barn Dance had acquired the reputation of being America’s most popular radio announcer. Some of the individuals and bands that used to perform regularly for the show in those days were Gully Jumpers, Fiddlin’ Arthur Smith, Deford Bailey, Sid Harkreader, Uncle Dave Macon, the Binkley Brothers’ Dixie Clodhoppers, the Crook Brothers, the Fruit Jar Drinkers and the Possum Hunters .

With its ever increasing popularity, the show started to attract scores of fans who had started to visit the radio studio on daily basis. Since the existing studio was too small to accommodate all the fans, it was decided that the show would have to be taken out of the National Life &Accident Insurance Company building. After making several studios its home (the War Memorial Auditorium, Hillsboro Theatre, the Dixie Tabernacle), the show finally settled down at the Ryman Auditorium, also called the “Mother Church of Country Music”. The Auditorium was to be its home till 1974. At this new venue, the legends who graced the Opry were Lefty Frizzell, Martha Carson, Faron Young, Webb Pierce, Hank Williams and Roy Acuff , who in those days were called the ‘King of Country Music’.

In the 1960’s, when the hippy culture was running amuck in the United States, the Grand Ole Opry represented a contrast. Longhair was not allowed on the show. Conservative dressing and behavior was encouraged instead. Interestingly, a young man by the name of Elvis Presley appeared on the Opry, but was not liked by the then still largely conservative listeners of the Opry. ‘The Byrds’, too, performed on the Opryand were given the same “welcome” as had been given to Presley before. Gram Parsons of The Byrds, had longhair.

As mentioned above, the Ryman Auditorium remained the home of the Opry till 1974. However, the show later moved to the Grand Ole Opry House, a 4,400-seat auditorium. The House was part of the Opryland USA, a theme park. Its opening night was graced by President Nixon, who also played a few songs on piano. Unfortunately, the House was flooded in 2010 and the Opry had to be temporarily taken back to the Ryman Auditorium. However, it moved back to Grand Ole Opry House after all the necessary repairs were made.

It would be wrong to classify the Opryas mere weekly stage concert, comprising of old and new country music singers. The Opry is a comprehensive institution in itself, which has made stars over the years. It made country music acceptable all over the United States. It made country music go outside the confines of Southern states and be equally successful. It is truly an American icon, which is thronged by millions of fans from all over the world every year and attracts listeners on both internet and radio from all over. It is truly an experience in itself. So buy the Grand Ole Opry Tickets now and become part of the legend!

The stage concert performances taking place every week in Nashville have gained massive support. The sensational performances by country music celebrities every week are bringing back life to the stage concerts. Since Grand Ole Opry's inaugural one hour performance at a local radio station, the show has progressed into preserving and honoring the legacy of country music and its celebrities. It is known for its fusion of traditional and contemporary performances which include country, folk and bluegrass music, and comedy acts and skits to keep the audience entertained. The performance is worth spending every penny on the Grand Ole Opry tickets.

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